European Trend Atlas of Extreme Temperature and Precipitation Records (häftad)
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Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015
Chen, Deliang, Jacobeit, Jucundus, Jones, Phil, Lister, David, Moberg, Anders, Walther, Alexander
11 Tables, black and white; 2258 Illustrations, color; VII, 178 p. 2258 illus. in color.
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European Trend Atlas of Extreme Temperature and Precipitation Records (häftad)

European Trend Atlas of Extreme Temperature and Precipitation Records

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This Atlas presents records of climatic variability and change in Europe starting before 1901 and focuses especially on trends of extreme temperatures and precipitation. The authors have used software developed within EMULATE (European and North Atlantic daily to MULtidecadal climATE variability) to obtain the extremes indices and temporal trends. The trend atlas provides an easy way to identify spatial patterns for a given time period, region, season, and index. The Atlas clearly shows that climate in Europe has changed over the last 100 to 150 years, such that the occurrence and intensity of warm temperature extremes have increased. Precipitation extremes have also changed, but with a less clear pattern compared to the temperature extremes.
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Dr. Deliang Chen is professor at University of Gothenburg in Sweden. As internationally renowned climate researcher, Dr. Chen has coordinated and participated in more than 20 important project research over the last ten years and published more than 120 scientific papers. Before joining the University of Gothenburg, Dr. Chen was Executive director of the International Council for Science (ICSU) during 2009-2012. Among other things, he is also an elected member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and has served on numerous international and national committees and boards.


Introduction.- Data and methods.- Station data and regional division.- Climate indices calculated.- Trend Analysis.- Atlas of the trend analysis.- 1801 to 2000.- 1851 to 2000.- 1901 to 2000.- Time series.- Summary results of the atlas.- Temporal trends of indices.-Regional trends.- Conclusion.- Annexe.- Acknowledgements.- Bibliography.