State of the Climate in 2018

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  title={State of the Climate in 2018},
  author={Melanie Ades and Robert F. Adler and Laura S. Aldeco and Gabriela Alejandra and Eric J. Alfaro and Vannia Aliaga-Nestares and Richard P. Allan and Robert J. Allan and Lincoln Muniz Alves and Jorge A. Amador and Jonas Kvist Andersen and John Anderson and Derek S. Arndt and Carlo Arosio and Kevin Robert Arrigo and Cesar Azor{\'i}n-Molina and M. Yu. Bardin and Jonathan Barichivich and Sandra Barreira and Stephen Baxter and Hylke E. Beck and Andreas Becker and Gerald D. Bell and Nicolas Bellouin and M. Belmont and Angela Benedetti and Imme Benedict and Germar H. Bernhard and Paul Berrisford and David I. Berry and Lynette Bettio and Uma S. Bhatt and Boris K. Biskaborn and Peter Bissolli and Kevin L. Bjella and Joshua Bjerke and Eric S. Blake and Stephen Blenkinsop and Jessica Blunden and Olivier Bock and Michael G. Bosilovich and Olivi{\'e}r Boucher and Jason E. Box and T. P. Boyer and Geir Braathen and Francis Bringas and David H. Bromwich and Alrick A. Brown and Ross D. 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Dokulil and Albertus Johannes Dolman and Catia M. Domingues and Ricardo M. Domingues and Markus G. Donat and Wouter Arnoud Dorigo and Dmitri S. Drozdov and Matthew L. Druckenmiller and Robert J. H. Dunn and Imke Durre and Geoff S. Dutton and Mohamed Elkharrim and James W. Elkins and Howard E. Epstein and Jhan Carlo Espinoza and James S. Famiglietti and Sin{\'e}ad Louise Farrell and Robert S. Fausto and Richard A. Feely and Zhe Feng and Chris Fenimore and Xavier Fettweis and Vitali E. Fioletov and Johannes Flemming and Ryan L. Fogt and Bruce C. Forbes and Michael J. Foster and S. D. Francis and Bryan A. Franz and Richard A. Frey and Stacey M. Frith and Lucien Froidevaux and Catherine Ganter and Judith M. Garforth and Sebastian Gerland and John Gilson and Karin Lynn Gleason and Nadine Gobron and S. Goetz and Stanley B. Goldenberg and Gustavo Go{\~n}i and Alison R. Gray and Jens Uwe Groo{\ss} and Alexander Gruber and Guojun Gu and Charles Chip Guard and S. K. 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Karak{\"o}yl{\"u} and Stein Rune Karlsen and Mandy Karnauskas and Seiji Kato and Abdolhassan Kazemi and Christopher R. Kelble and Linda M. Keller and John J. Kennedy and Alexander L. Kholodov and Mahbobeh Khoshkam and Richard Kidd and Rachel E. Killick and Hyungjun Kim and S. J. Kim and Andrew David King and Brian A. King and Zak Kipling and Philip J. Klotzbach and John A. Knaff and Johanna Korhonen and Natalia N. Korshunova and Natalya A. Kramarova and David P. Kratz and Andries C. Kruger and Michal Kruk and Thomas Krumpen and L. Labb{\'e} and Carol Ladd and M{\'o}nika Lakatos and Kaisa Lakkala and Mark Alan Lander and Peter Landsch{\"u}tzer and Christopher W. Landsea and Neil P. Lareau and Waldo Sven Lavado-Casimiro and Matthew A. Lazzara and T. C. Lee and Eric Leuliette and Michelle L. L’Heureux and Bailing Li and Tim Li and Jan L. Lieser and J. Y. Lim and I-I Lin and Hongxing Liu and R. A. Locarnini and Norman G. Loeb and Craig S. Long and Luis A. L{\'o}pez and Andrew M. 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Mote and Lawrence Mudryk and Jens M{\"u}hle and A. Brett Mullan and Rolf M{\"u}ller and Ranga B. Myneni and Eric R. Nash and Nicholas J. Nauslar and R. Steven Nerem and Paul A. Newman and Julien Nicolas and Juan Jos{\'e} Nieto and Jeannette Noetzli and Timothy J. Osborn and E. Osborne and James E. Overland and Lamjav Oyunjargal and Taejin Park and Richard J. Pasch and Reynaldo Ramirez and Mar{\'i}a Asunci{\'o}n Pastor Saavedra and Andrew M. Paterson and Petra R. Pearce and Mauri S. Pelto and Donald K. Perovich and Irina Petropavlovskikh and Alexandre Bernardes Pezza and C. Phillips and David Phillips and Gareth K. Phoenix and Bernard Pinty and Michael C. Pitts and Stephen Po‐Chedley and Chris M. Polashenski and Wolfgang Preimesberger and Sarah G. Purkey and Nelson Quispe and M C Rajeevan and C. L. Rakotoarimalala and Andrea Malheiros Ramos and Isabel Ramos and William J. Randel and Martha K. Raynolds and James Reagan and Phillip Reid and Christoph Reimer and Samuel R{\'e}my and J. V. Revadekar and Andrew D. Richardson and Jacqueline Richter-Menge and Robert Ricker and A. Ripaldi and David A. Robinson and Matthew Rodell and Ernesto Rodr{\'i}guez Camino and Vladimir E. Romanovsky and Josyane Ronchail and Karen H. Rosenlof and Benajamin R{\"o}sner and Chris Z. Roth and Alexei V. Rozanov and James Anthony Rusak and Elke Rustemeier and T. Rutish{\"a}user and Jean‐Baptiste Sall{\'e}e and Ahira S{\'a}nchez-Lugo and Michelle L. Santee and Parnchai Sawaengphokhai and Amal Sayouri and Theodore A. Scambos and Tracy Scanlon and Alvaro S. Scardilli and Verena Schenzinger and S. Geoffey Schladow and Claudia Schmid and Martin Schmid and Philippe Schoeneich and Carl J. Schreck and Henry B. Selkirk and Serhat Sensoy and Lei Shi and Alexander Shiklomanov and Nikolai I. Shiklomanov and Ayako Shimpo and Christopher A. Shuman and David A. Siegel and Fatou Sima and Adrian Simmons and C. J. P. Paul Smeets and Adam B. Smith and Sharon L. Smith and Brian J. Soden and Viktoria F. Sofieva and Tim H. Sparks and Jacqueline M. Spence and Robert G. M. Spencer and Sandra Spillane and Arvind Srivastava and Phyllis J. Stabeno and Paul W. Stackhouse and Sharon E. Stammerjohn and Diane Stanitski and Wolfgang Steinbrecht and J Stella and Martin Stengel and Tannecia S. Stephenson and Susan E. Strahan and Casey Streeter and Dimitri A. Streletskiy and Sunny Sun-Mack and A. Suslova and Adrienne J. Sutton and S. Swart and William Sweet and Ken Takahashi and Suzanne E. Tank and Michael A. P. Taylor and Marco Tedesco and Stephen J. Thackeray and Philip R. Thompson and Bertrand Timbal and Mary‐Louise Timmermans and Skie Tobin and Hans T{\o}mmervik and Kleareti Tourpali and Katja Trachte and Mikhail Tretiakov and Blair Trewin and Joaqu{\'i}n A. Tri{\~n}anes and Adrian R Trotman and Mark A. Tschudi and Mari R. Tye and Dirk van As and Roderik van de Wal and A. Ronaldvander and Robin van der Schalie and Gerard van der Schrier and Guido van der Werf and C. C. van Heerwaarden and Cedric J. Van Meerbeeck and Piet Verburg and Gonçalo Vieira and Lucie A. Vincent and Holger V{\"o}mel and R. S. Vose and Donald A. Walker and John E. Walsh and Bin Wang and Hui Shan Wang and Lei Wang and Muyin Wang and Mengqiu Wang and Ray H. J. Wang and Sheng‐Hung Wang and Rik Wanninkhof and Shohei Watanabe and Mark Weber and Melinda Anne Webster and Albrecht H. Weerts and Robert A. Weller and Toby K. Westberry and Gesa A. Weyhenmeyer and Matthew J. Widlansky and Susan E. Wijffels and Anne C. Wilber and Jeanette D. Wild and Kate M. Willett and Takmeng Wong and Eric F. Wood and R. Iestyn Woolway and Yan Xue and Xungang Yin and Lisan Yu and Eduardo Zambrano and Sadegh Zeyaeyan and Huai-min Zhang and Peiqun Zhang and G. Zhao and Lin Zhao and Xinjia Zhou and Zhiwei Zhu and Jerry R Ziemke and Markus Ziese and Andrea R Andersen and Jessicca Griffin and Gregory Hammer and S. Elizabeth Love-Brotak and Deborah J. Misch and Deborah B. Riddle and Sara W. Veasey},
  journal={Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society},
  year={2019}
}
  • M. AdesR. Adler S. Veasey
  • Published 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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