Climate Extremes (inbunden)
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Engelska
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400
Utgivningsdatum
2017-07-14
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John Wiley & Sons Inc
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282 x 218 x 28 mm
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9781119067849
Climate Extremes (inbunden)

Climate Extremes

Patterns and Mechanisms

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Although we are seeing more weather and climate extremes, individual extreme events are very diverse and generalization of trends is difficult. For example, mid-latitude and subtropical climate extremes such as heat waves, hurricanes and droughts have increased, and could have been caused by processes including arctic amplification, jet stream meandering, and tropical expansion. This volume documents various climate extreme events and associated changes that have been analyzed through diagnostics, modeling, and statistical approaches. The identification of patterns and mechanisms can aid the prediction of future extreme events. Volume highlights include: * Compilation of processes and mechanisms unique to individual weather and climate extreme events * Discussion of climate model performance in terms of simulating high-impact weather and climate extremes * Summary of various existing theories, including controversial ones, on how climate extremes will continue to become stronger and more frequent Climate Extremes: Patterns and Mechanisms is a valuable resource for scientists and graduate students in the fields of geophysics, climate physics, natural hazards, and environmental science.
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    cfglb, 22 januari 2018

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S.-Y. Simon Wang, Utah State University, USA Jin-Ho Yoon, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea Christopher C. Funk, United States Geological Survey, USA Robert R. Gillies, Utah State University, USA

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Table of Content: Contributors Preface Acknowledgments Part I: Forcings of Climate Extremes 1 Changing El Nino-Southern Oscillation and Associated Climate Extremes Jin-Yi Yu, Xin Wang, Song Yang, Houk Paek, and Mengyan Chen 2 Arctic-Midlatitude Interactions and Link to Weather Extremes Timo Vihma 3 Aerosol Impacts on Regional Changes in Climate Extremes Jana Sillmann, and Jinho Yoon 4 Weakened Flow, Persistent Circulation and Prolonged Weather Extremes Dim Coumou, Kai Kornhuber, Jascha Lehmann, and Vladimir Petoukhov 5 Land Processes as the Forcing of Extremes: A Review Min-Hui Lo, Tzu-Hsien Kuo, Hao-Wei Wey, Chia-Wei Lan, and Jen-Ping Chen Part II: Processes of Climate Extremes 6 Timing of Anthropogenic Emergence in Climate Extremes Andrew King, Markus G. Donat, David J. Karoly, and Ed Hawkins 7 Recent Increases in Extreme Temperature Occurrence Over Land Scott Weaver, Arun Kumar, and Mingyue Chen 8 Why Future Shifts in Tropical Precipitation Will Likely Be Small? Aaron Donohoe, and Aiko Voigt 9 Weather-Climate Interactions and MJO Influences Paul Roundy, Lawrence Gloeckler, Kyle MacRitchie, and Naoko Sakaeda 10 West Pacific Warming as a Forcing of Climate Extremes Chris Funk, and Andrew Hoell 11 Heat Waves and Association with Circumglobal Teleconnection: The Northern Hemisphere Haiyan Teng, and Grant Branstator Part III: Regional Climate Extremes 12 North American Drought and Links to Northern Eurasia: The Role of Stationary Rossby Waves Hailan Wang, Siegfried D. Schubert, and Randal D. Koster 13 The California Drought: Trends and Impacts Simon Wang, Jinho Yoon, Robert Gillies, and Huang-Hsiung Hsu 14 US Tornadoes: Observed Trends Adam Clark 15 Australia s Recent Climate Extremes: Changes and Mechanisms Sophie Lewis, David J. Karoly, Andrew King, Sarah E. Perkins, and Markus G. Donat 16 Unraveling East Africa s Climate Paradox Bradfield Lyon, and Nicolas Vigaud 17 Extreme Drought Over Southwest Asia: A Physical Model Andy Hoell, Mathew Barlow, and Forest Cannon Part IV: Prediction of Climate Extremes 18 Extratropical Precursors of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation Kathy Pegion, and Christopher Selman 19 North Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Prediction: Underlying Science and an Evaluation of Statistical Models Phil Klotzbach, Mark Saunders, Gerry Bell, and Eric Blake 20 Predicting Subseasonal Precipitation Variations Based on the MJO Charles Jones 21 Prediction of Short-Term Climate Extremes with a Multi-Model Ensemble Emily Becker 22 Towards Predicting US Tornadoes in the Late 21st Century Adam Clark