Trends in wintertime climate in the northeastern United States: 1965–2005

@inproceedings{Burakowski2008TrendsIW,
  title={Trends in wintertime climate in the northeastern United States: 1965–2005},
  author={Elizabeth Burakowski and Cameron Parker Wake and Bobby H. Braswell and David Paul Brown},
  year={2008}
}
[1] Humans experience climate variability and climate change primarily through changes in weather at local and regional scales. One of the most effective means to track these changes is through detailed analysis of meteorological data. In this work, monthly and seasonal trends in recent winter climate of the northeastern United States (NE-US) are documented. Snow cover and snowfall are important components of the region's hydrological systems, ecosystems, infrastructure, travel safety, and… CONTINUE READING

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