The impact of changes in sea ice advance on the large winter warming on the western Antarctic Peninsula

@inproceedings{Turner2013TheIO,
  title={The impact of changes in sea ice advance on the large winter warming on the western Antarctic Peninsula},
  author={J. Z. Turner and Ted Maksym and Tony Phillips and Gareth J Marshall and Michael P Meredith},
  year={2013}
}
Over 1979–2007 near-surface air temperatures on the maritime western side of the Antarctic Peninsula have increased throughout the year, with the greatest monthly temperature rise of 1.7 °C dec−1 occurring in July as recorded at Faraday/Vernadsky (F/V) station (65.4 °S, 64.4 °W). The warming trend in this month has been the result of a loss of very cold days at the station with the average number of days with mean temperature below −15 °C decreasing from 7 during 1979–1988 to 0.6 over 1998–2007… CONTINUE READING
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