1 edition of Climate development in North Norway and the Svalbard region during 1900-2100 found in the catalog.
Climate development in North Norway and the Svalbard region during 1900-2100
E. J. FГёrland
|Statement||E.J. Førland (ed.), ... [et al.]|
|Series||Rapportserie -- nr. 128, Rapport (Norsk polarinstitutt) -- nr. 128.|
|LC Classifications||QC903.2.N67 C54 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2009479157|
Temperature and precipitation development at Svalbard – Advances in Meteorology doi: // [Crossref], [Google Scholar]). Although snow is the most frequent type of precipitation throughout the year, most precipitation occurs as rainfall in August and September (Mann et al. Mann, D., R. Sletten Cited by: 2. Many sites also face development and increasing water abstraction (due to climate change), exacerbating direct climate-driven threats. A major conservation concern is for arctic and montane species (most of which are migratory), the distributions of .
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The long-term outlook for the snow season is that it will become increasingly shorter over the century. A reduction of month is estimated for low-elevation and coastal areas in west, mid and north Norway (when comparing current () and future climate data ().
Førland, R. Benestad, F. Flatøy et al., “Climate development in North Norway and the Svalbard region during –,” Norwegian Polar Institute ReportView at: Google ScholarCited by: Loss of sea ice during winter north of Climate development in.
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Climate development in North Norway and the Svalbard region during – (Report No. Tromsø, Norway: Norwegian Polar Institute. Tromsø, Norway: Norwegian Polar Institute. Google ScholarCited by: 6.
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HODSON A.J.,Hydrological response of a High Arctic Cited by: 5. Temperature and Precipitation Development at Svalbard – Table 2 Linear temperature trends (°C per decade) in different time periods for stations in the Svalbard region.
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Central Svalbard's climate is cold and arid, with a mean annual air temperature of − ∘ C and mean annual precipitation of mm at the Svalbard Airport automated weather station (AWS) for the – period of record (Førland et al., ).
Combined mean winter (DJF) and mean spring (MAM) precipitation for – is 86 mm Author: Holt Hancock, Holt Hancock, Markus Eckerstorfer, Alexander Prokop, Alexander Prokop, Jordy Hendrikx.