Reconstruction of the surface warming history of western interior Canada from borehole temperature profiles and other climate information

@inproceedings{Majorowicz2001ReconstructionOT,
  title={Reconstruction of the surface warming history of western interior Canada from borehole temperature profiles and other climate information},
  author={Jacek A. Majorowicz and Walter R. Skinner},
  year={2001}
}
  • Jacek A. Majorowicz, Walter R. Skinner
  • Published 2001
Over the past several decades annual surface air temperature (SAT) warming in western interior Canada has been more than twice that of the global average. Inversions of the temperature profiles in boreholes throughout this large region provide evidence of anomalously high ground surface temperature (GST) warming trends between the mid-19th century and present. Previous studies have identified strong SAT/GST associations throughout this region for the 20th century. This analysis of the composite… CONTINUE READING