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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 5, MAY 1994

SPECIALIZED PAPER SUPPLEMENT... TREND ANALYSIS: PROCESSES OTHER THAN TEMPERATURE


Item #d94may215

"The Accuracy of United States Precipitation Data," P.Ya. Groisman (NCDC-NOAA, Fed. Bldg., Asheville NC 28801), D.R. Legates, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75(3), 215-227, Feb. 1994.


Item #d94may216

"Surface Melting on Antarctic Peninsula Ice Shelves Detected by Passive Microwave Sensors," J. Ridley (Dept. Space & Clim. Phys., Univ. Coll. London, Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking, Surrey RH5 6NT, UK), Geophys. Res. Lett., 20(23), 2639-2642, Dec. 14, 1993.


Item #d94may217

"Spatiotemporal Trends in Lake Effect and Continental Snowfall in the Laurentian Great Lakes, 1951-1980," D.C. Norton (GLERL, NOAA, 2205 Commonwealth Blvd., Ann Arbor MI 48105), S.J. Bolsenga, J. Clim., 6(10), 1943-1956, Oct. 1993.


Item #d94may218

"Precipitation Measurement Biases in the United States," D.R. Legates (Coll. Geosci., Univ. Oklahoma, 100 E. Boyd St., Norman OK 73019), T.L. DeLiberty, Water Resour. Bull., 29(5), 855-861, Oct. 1993.


Item #d94may219

"Monitoring Midlake Water Temperature in Southern Lake Michigan for Climate Change Studies," M.J. McCormick (GLERL, NOAA, 2205 Commonwealth Blvd., Ann Arbor MI 48105), J.D. Pazdalski, Clim. Change, 25(2), 119-125, Oct. 1993.


Item #d94may220

Two items from J. Clim., 6(7), July 1993:

"Recent Variations of Snow Cover and Snowfall in North America and Their Relation to Precipitation and Temperature Variations," T.R. Karl (NOAA/NESDIS, Natl. Clim. Data Ctr., Federal Bldg., Asheville NC 28801), P.Ya. Groisman et al., 1327-1344.

Discussion on "Detection of Climatic Change in the Western North American Arctic Using a Synoptic Climatological Approach," 1473-1478.


Item #d94may221

"A Recent Sea-Ice Retreat West of the Antarctic Peninsula," S.S. Jacobs (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observ., Palisades NY 10964), J.C. Comiso, Geophys. Res. Lett., 20(12), 1171-1174, June 18, 1993.


Item #d94may222

"Decreasing Precipitation Trend in the Marathon Area, Greece," G.T. Amanatidis (Natl. Ctr. Scientific Res. Demokritos, 15310 Aghia Paraskevi, Athens, Greece), A.G. Paliatsos et al., Intl. J. Climatol., 13(2), 191-201, March 1993.


Item #d94may223

Two items from Park Sci., Spring 1993 (U.S. Natl. Park Serv., 4150-A SW Fairhaven Dr., Corvallis OR 97333):

"Subalpine Meadows: A Promising Indicator of Global Climate Change," A. Woodward (NPS/CPSU, Univ. Washington, Seattle WA 98195), J. Rugh, 10-11.

"Nisqually Glacier Records a Century of Climate Change," B.A. Samora (Mt. Rainier Natl. Pk.), 30.


Item #d94may224

"Temporal Characteristics of USA Snowfall 1945-1946 Through to 1984-1985," D.J. Leathers (Ctr. Clim. Res., Univ. Delaware, Newark DE 19716), T.L. Mote et al., Intl. J. Climatol., 13(1), 65-76, Jan.-Feb. 1993. The Great Lakes and high plains regions showed significant changes in monthly snowfall.


Item #d94may225

"A Historical Rainfall Data Set for Australia," B. Lavery (Bur. Meteor. Res. Ctr., GPO Box 1289K, Melbourne, Victoria 3001, Australia), A. Kariko, N. Nicholls, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 40(1), 33-39, Mar. 1992.


Item #d94may226

"Climatic Change in Mixed-Layer Trajectories over Large Regions," P.J. Stenger (Virginia State Climatol. Off., Univ. Virginia, Charlottesville VA 22903), P.J. Michaels, Theor. Appl. Clim., 45, 167-175, 1992. Found a dramatic increase in northwesterly flow for 1948-1985. Discusses a possible link with anthropogenic climate change.

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