Spatial patterns of recent Antarctic surface temperature trends and the importance of natural variability: lessons from multiple reconstructions and the CMIP5 models

@inproceedings{Smith2017SpatialPO,
  title={Spatial patterns of recent Antarctic surface temperature trends and the importance of natural variability: lessons from multiple reconstructions and the CMIP5 models},
  author={Karen L. Smith and Lorenzo M. Polvani},
  year={2017}
}
Recent studies of Antarctic surface air temperature (SAT) trends over the past several decades have revealed that the Antarctic Peninsula and Western Antarctica are among the most rapidly warming regions on Earth (Turner et al. 2005; Chapman and Walsh 2007; Monaghan and Bromwich 2008; Steig et al. 2009; ODonnell et al. 2011; Bromwich et al. 2013; Nicolas and Bromwich 2014). These regions have also experienced increasing surface mass loss due to glacier retreat (Joughin et al. 2014; Rignot et al… CONTINUE READING
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