Characteristic events occurring in the ATMOSPHERE during the interactions and transformation of various atmospheric components and conditions.

Developing the next-generation climate system models: challenges and achievements. (1/24)

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The climateprediction.net BBC climate change experiment: design of the coupled model ensemble. (2/24)

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The computational future for climate and Earth system models: on the path to petaflop and beyond. (3/24)

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Running climate models on grids using G-Rex. (4/24)

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Using GENIE to study a tipping point in the climate system. (5/24)

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Biodiversity in the Neotropics: ecological, economic and social values. (6/24)

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The ecological dynamics of Barra Bonita (Tiete River, SP, Brazil) reservoir: implications for its biodiversity. (7/24)

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Large-river delta-front estuaries as natural "recorders" of global environmental change. (8/24)

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Climatic processes refer to the natural phenomena and mechanisms that influence and shape the Earth's climate system. These processes include atmospheric circulation, ocean currents, solar radiation, volcanic eruptions, and human activities. They operate over various spatial and temporal scales and interact with each other in complex ways to determine the distribution and variability of weather patterns, temperature, precipitation, humidity, and other climate variables.

Climatic processes can be divided into two categories: internal and external. Internal climatic processes are driven by natural factors within the climate system itself, such as the movement of air masses, ocean currents, and atmospheric feedback mechanisms. External climatic processes are influenced by factors outside the climate system, such as changes in solar radiation, volcanic eruptions, and human activities that emit greenhouse gases.

Understanding climatic processes is essential for predicting future climate change and developing strategies to mitigate its impacts on ecosystems, human health, and socioeconomic systems. Climate models use mathematical representations of these processes to simulate the behavior of the climate system and project future changes under different scenarios of greenhouse gas emissions and other external factors.

The tectonic processes in question include orogenesis, volcanism, and erosion, while relevant climatic processes include ... Tectonic-climatic interaction is the interrelationship between tectonic processes and the climate system. ... The climatic response depends on the altitude of the dust cloud as well as the size and composition of the dust. Some volcanic ... As this crystallization process occurs in nature, pressure and temperature decrease, which changes the composition of the melt ...
... is the study of the role of climate in shaping landforms and the earth-surface processes. An approach ... The following year climatic geomorphology was criticized in a 1969 review article by process geomorphologist D.R. Stoddart. The ... 2005). "Chapter 1 Climatic geomorphology". Developments in Earth Surface Processes. Vol. 8. pp. 3-32. doi:10.1016/S0928-2025(05 ... However, only some processes and landforms can be associated with particular climates, meaning that they are zonal; processes ...
Climatic Change. 125 (2): 163-178. doi:10.1007/s10584-014-1173-5. ISSN 0165-0009. Maloney EK, Lapinski MK, Witte K (April 2011 ... The EPPM states that the danger control process leads to behavioural change, while the fear control process does not. Witte's ... The EPPM concludes that a fear control process leads to message rejection, while a danger control process leads to message ... Wittle details three main processes involved in fear appraisal: the fear appeal inputs, the message processing of the inputs, ...
2005). "Chapter 1 Climatic geomorphology". Developments in Earth Surface Processes. Vol. 8. pp. 3-32. doi:10.1016/S0928-2025(05 ... Knowledge of precise climatic events decreases as the record goes back in time, but some notable climate events are known: ... Climatic information can be obtained through an understanding of changes in tree growth. Generally, trees respond to changes in ... Within climatic geomorphology one approach is to study relict landforms to infer ancient climates. Being often concerned about ...
2005). "Chapter 1 Climatic geomorphology". Developments in Earth Surface Processes. Vol. 8. pp. 3-32. doi:10.1016/S0928-2025(05 ...
In some climatic environments azonal geomorphologic processes may take distinct characteristics. For example, river activity is ... It can be used to describe soils, landforms, geomorphic processes or vegetation. Volcanism and mountain-related processes are ... In geography, azonal is an adjective that refers to processes or things that are not restricted to any climate zone. ... Climatic geomorphology Tricart, Jean; Cailleux, André (1965). Introduction à la Géomorphologie climatique (in French). Paris: ...
Probable impact of deforestation on hydrological processes. Climatic Change 19: 163-73. Government of Tamil Nadu, Rural ...
Humlum, Ole (1998). "The climatic significance of rock glaciers". Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 9 (4): 375-395. doi: ... Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 7 (4): 361-380. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1099-1530(199610)7:4. 3.0.CO;2-4. Retrieved 22 March ... Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. 18 (1): 75-88. doi:10.1002/ppp.580. Retrieved 23 March 2023. Harris, Charles; Arenson, ... climatic background and engineering challenges". Polar Research. 23 (2): 191-215. doi:10.3402/polar.v22i2.6455. Retrieved 21 ...
"Climatic Processes: Buckley, Lauren - Expertscape.com". expertscape.com. Retrieved 2022-04-25. "Lauren Buckley's Publons ... and elucidate the possible resulting climate change impacts on thermally-sensitive processes. The TrEnCh-ed portion of the ...
"Building a sustained climate assessment process." Climatic Change 135(1):23-37. doi:10.1007/s10584-015-1501-4 Williamson P and ... "Assessing Decision Support Systems and Levels of Confidence to Narrow the Climate Information "Usability Gap"." Climatic Change ...
... general patterns and controls on biotic processes" (PDF). Ecologia Austral. 8: 85-101. Archived from the original (PDF) on 30 ... Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (in Spanish) Climatic Atlas from Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (in Spanish) Climatic Atlas ... Each climatic region has distinctive types of vegetation. Argentina claims sovereignty over part of Antarctica, which includes ... Due to its vast size and range of altitudes, Argentina possesses a wide variety of climatic regions, ranging from the hot ...
The National Climatic Data Center. 1995. Retrieved March 6, 2010. "Land Issues Within the Repatriation Process of Afghan ... Agency for International Development was in the process of spending $30 million in an attempt to increase agricultural ... "Operation Climatic Data Summary for Bust, Afghanistan". ...
Karátson, Dávid; Thouret, Jean-Claude; Moriya, Ichio; Lomoschitz, Alejandro (1999). "Erosion calderas: origins, processes, ... structural and climatic control". Bulletin of Volcanology. 61 (3): 174-193. Bibcode:1999BVol...61..174K. doi:10.1007/ ... "Amphibole perspective to unravel pre-eruptive processes and conditions in volcanic plumbing systems beneath intermediate arc ...
Karátson, D (1999). "Erosion calderas: origins, processes, structural and climatic control". Bulletin of Volcanology. 61: 179. ...
The processes in turn emerge from the actions of diverse agents with bounded rationality who may learn from experience and ... Galor, O., Savitskiy, V. (2018). Climatic Roots of Loss Aversion. NBER Working Paper No. 25273, National Bureau of Economic ... The process is accompanied by improvements in living standards, the position of the working class as necessary in order to ... Inspired by Alchian's work about the decision-making process of firms under uncertainty and the behavioural theory of the firm ...
Coops, Nicholas C.; Waring, Richard H. (March 2011). "A process-based approach to estimate lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl ... distribution in the Pacific Northwest under climate change". Climatic Change. 105 (1-2): 313-328. Bibcode:2011ClCh..105..313C. ...
"Structural and Process History of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change". Climatic Change. 39 (4): 621-642. doi:10.1023 ... This is a process in which companies spend billions of dollars a year and it is meant to convey information about a product, ... Other approaches include the collaborative assessment of a topic by a group of experts, this process can produce reviews such ... Bandwagon cues triggers credibility processing based on the logic that "if others think it's good, so should I. Jürgen Habermas ...
ISBN 978-2-8317-1435-6. Coops, Nicholas C.; Waring, Richard H. (19 August 2010). "A process-based approach to estimate ... lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.) distribution in the Pacific Northwest under climate change". Climatic Change. 105 (1-2 ...
They were called upon for use in rapid vetting of a draft climatic change report in a crowd-sourcing mode. The process ... "Innovating the IPCC review process--the potential of young talent" (PDF). Climatic Change. 125 (2): 137-148. doi:10.1007/s10584 ... "for the specific purpose of organizing a process of knowledge exchange, which is dedicated to the determination of the 50 most ...
Climate-related research on oceanography; atmospheric boundary layer processes, clouds and radiation; the chemical composition ... modelling support and policy support to the Dutch Government with respect to climate and climatic change. Seismological ... of the atmosphere (e.g. ozone); climate variability research; the analysis of climate, climate variability and climatic change ...
... recognized as an Expertscape World Expert in Climatic Processes; most productive ecologist of the world (GlobalauthorID 2021 ...
An article by Stoddart that proved "devastating" for the field of climatic geomorphology that has been credited as a ... Varnes, David J. (1978). "Slope Movement Types and Processes". Special report. Vol. 176. pp. 11-33. Widely cited version of the ... Helens in Washington state, USA, allowed volcanologists to document first hand a large number of volcanic processes which ... With this work Filip Hjulström marks a shift towards quantitative geomorphology and process geomorphology in Sweden and Europe ...
Modern automatic HOBO 30 weather equipment to collect climatic data. Seed processing centre to help seed producers to produce ...
Water also evaporates through the leaves of the plants in the feature and back to the atmosphere, which is a process known as ... It is important to plant a wide variety of species so the rain garden is functional during all climatic conditions. It is ... This process of cleaning up polluted soils and stormwater is called phytoremediation. Healthy Waterways Raingardens Program ... Plants take up some of the nutrients for use in their growth processes, or for mineral storage. Dissolved chemical substances ...
Two important perturbation factors today are human actions and climatic change. Though the idea of a fixed, predictable process ... The life or growth forms indicate the climatic type. Climatic Climax If there is only a single climax and the development of ... Ecological succession is the process of change in the species that make up an ecological community over time. The process of ... climatic climax). The processes of succession and modification of environment overcome the effects of differences in topography ...
Convergent response to climatic and tectonic drivers, in, Nichols, G., Williams, E., and Paola, C., eds., Sedimentary Processes ... Tectonic-climatic interaction Leeder, M.R., and Mack, G.M., 2002, Basin-fill incision, Rio Grande and Gulf of Corinth rifts: ... Tectonic uplift and climatic factors interact as a positive feedback system, where each forcing mechanism drives the other. One ... At a glimpse in geologic time, one of these forcing mechanisms may look to be the dominant process. Observations made on long ...
Periglacial Processes and Environments. St. Martin's Press, New York, pp. 1-2, 100-147. Mellon, M. 1997. Small-scale polygonal ... Mantle may be composed of ice and dust that fell from the sky during past climatic conditions. Location is Cebrenia quadrangle ... This cracking of ice-rich ground is predicted based on physical processes. Another type of surface is called "brain terrain" as ... High latitude patterned grounds on Mars: Classification, distribution and climatic control. Icarus 174, 336-359. Marchant, D., ...
Modifications for different climatic regions. Categories, operating, storage and transportation conditions as to environment ... Guidance for planning the risk analysis and assessment process GOST R 70033-2022: Earth Remote Sensing from Space. Data of ... 8-bit codes for information exchange and processing GOST 20568-75: Rubber masks for submarine swimming GOST 22469-77: Swimming ... General requirements GOST 27463-87: Information processing systems. 7-Bit coded character sets GOST 27974-88: Programming ...
She enjoyed watching scientists from the Climatic Research Unit on BBC Horizon. Barclay studied geology at the University of ... She moved to Bristol for her doctoral degree, and studied degassing processes in silicic volcanoes. During her postdoctoral ... Her research combines geological investigations into the dynamic processes of volcanoes with analysis of the social and ... understanding of volcanic and magmatic processes'. Her publications include; Haynes, Katharine; Barclay, Jenni; Pidgeon, Nick ( ...
Climatic changes due to internal variability sometimes occur in cycles or oscillations. For other types of natural climatic ... Climate variability can also occur due to internal processes. Internal unforced processes often involve changes in the ... A related term, climatic change, was proposed by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1966 to encompass all forms of ... The exchange of CO2 between the air and the ocean can also be impacted by further aspects of climatic change. These and other ...
2015). Data from: Fine-scale refuges can buffer demographic and genetic processes against short-term climatic variation and ... Data from: Fine-scale refuges can buffer demographic and genetic processes against short-term climatic variation and ... We hypothesized that there would be underlying differences in demographic and genetic processes between an unburnt mesic refuge ...
The tectonic processes in question include orogenesis, volcanism, and erosion, while relevant climatic processes include ... Tectonic-climatic interaction is the interrelationship between tectonic processes and the climate system. ... The climatic response depends on the altitude of the dust cloud as well as the size and composition of the dust. Some volcanic ... As this crystallization process occurs in nature, pressure and temperature decrease, which changes the composition of the melt ...
2019, for ibex). In the absence of compensatory processes, effects could be negative. Mason et al. (2014b) suggested that ... Lovari, S., Franceschi, S., Chiatante, G. et al. Climatic changes and the fate of mountain herbivores. Climatic Change 162, ... Martin E, Brun E, Durand Y (1994) Sensitivity of the French Alps snow cover to the variation of climatic variables. Ann Geophys ... For example, habitat losses due to climatic changes have been predicted for Nilgiri tahr Nilgiritragus hylocrius, Western Ghats ...
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Climatic factors can affect these processes/activities, and thus leaf N and P concentration (Wright et al., 2005; Wang et al., ... and chemical traits to different climatic factors, implying that a series of opposite mechanisms or processes may operate ... Moreover, SPI shows similar responses as SA but not SD to climatic factors. This reveals that, for the QTP zone, the effect of ... Meng, T. T., Wang, H., Harrison, S. P., Prentice, I. C., Ni, J., and Wang, G. (2015). Responses of leaf traits to climatic ...
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Climatic factors; Medical research; Hierarchy of controls; Analytical models; Prevention through design; PTD; Data processing; ...
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Second, the process of passing water samples through a ships inlet can slightly heat the water. To compensate for the addition ... When all adjustments for non-climatic effects are incorporated into the land and ocean temperature input data NASA GISTEMP uses ... So, a first step in processing temperature data is to perform quality control to identify and eliminate any erroneous data ... In addition, results from global climate models are not used at any stage in the GISTEMP process, so comparisons between ...
Design processes: how, by whom, how fast? 15. Economic vigour as process-driver and shaper 16. The primary change-driver: money ... Bio-climatic placemaking 24. Design for demanding climates 25. Everything change: future-proofing 26. Material applications: ... The reader is encouraged to rethink and redefine the basic priorities faced by architects in the design processes of ... Design for security PART 4: PROCESSES, DRIVERS AND OUTCOMES 13. Settlement form, space and life 14. ...
Markov jump processes. Poisson process. Birth and death processes. Structures of processes. Structure of the time-homogeneous ... An introduction to the climate and general seasonal climatic circulation patterns of Southern Africa. Basic weather types and ... Specific processes and their interaction in themes such as weathering; soil erosion; slope, mass movement and fluvial processes ... Markov chains and continuous-time Markov jump processes. Simulation of stochastic processes. Survival models and the life table ...
At the same time, impacts from global climatic change is causing sea level raise. Combined, both processes become a potential ... Consenting to these technologies will allow us to process data such as browsing behavior or unique IDs on this site. Not ...
Characterisation of performance in dependence of environmental and other parameters (climatic constraints, waste water quality ... R packages for integrative data processing & visualisation tool The developed R packages for data processing and visualisation ... Demonstrating synergies in combined natural and engineered processes for water treatment systems. ...
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Invasion of bluetongue and other orbivirus infections into Europe: the role of biological and climatic processes. Rev Sci Tech ...
It is also possible that later soil formation under warmer Holocene climatic regimes obliterated such features. Hurricane Bluff ... indicating that these soils were not strongly impacted by freeze/thaw processes. ...
We provide climatic impact assessments and adaptation strategies for the resource and environmental sectors. This process ... Knowing the negative impacts of extreme climatic events not only helps us prepare for future events, it also allows us to take ... SRCs Climatology team develops, tests and transfers climatic information, which can lead to environmental, economic and social ... involves assessing climatic factors that affect socioeconomic and ecological systems.. Read more about the one of the worst ...
But Bad Things is just perceptive enough to work, and give obnoxious Kubrick fanboys a stiff middle finger in the process. ... Bad Things both veers on ludicrous and is completely believable, culminating in one of my favorite climatic shots of the year. ...
Developments in Earth Surface Processes 14. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 398 pp. De Rijk S., Jorissen F.J., Rohling E.J. & Troelstra S. ... THE MIDDLE EOCENE CLIMATIC OPTIMUM (MECO) IMPACT ON THE BENTHIC AND PLANKTIC FORAMINIFERAL RESILIENCE FROM A SHALLOW-WATER ... THE MIDDLE EOCENE CLIMATIC OPTIMUM (MECO) IMPACT ON THE BENTHIC AND PLANKTIC FORAMINIFERAL RESILIENCE FROM A SHALLOW-WATER ... In: Aubry M.P., Lucas S. & Berggren W.A. (Eds.) - Late Paleocene - Early Eocene Climatic and Biotic Events in the Marine and ...
This paper explores lexicographic semirings and their application to problems in speech and language processing. Specifically, ... Global Biomass Burning: Atmospheric, Climatic, and Biospheric Implications. The Epsilon State Count From Animals to Animats 6: ... An obvious way to do this would be to implement a two-stage process. Apply the n-gram Markov model of the tagger with the ... The 888 lattices were processed with a mean of 1.62 seconds in total (1.8 msec per lattice) using the failure LM; using the - ...
The process of collection, analysis, synthesis is not neutral, quite contrarily carries on and modifies a very social and ... Architecture in the new climatic regime: transforming material practices Convenors:. Cordula Kropp (University of Stuttgart) ... I will argue that the question of building in the "new climatic regime" (Laotur 2017) has become entangled with the question of ... Data becomes a powerful nonhuman actor to the design process: it represents the mediated trace of the phenomena it describes, ...
It shall also take into account the development of techniques and systems of pig production and meat processing which would be ... and ethological aspects of the various systems and of their health and environmental impact and of the different climatic ... the environmental effects and different climatic conditions. ... taking into account different climatic conditions;. (c) the ...
The same process may be responsible for the fate of the Île aux Cochons colony. Its size may also subject it to density- ... Data show that the decline began in the late 1990s, coinciding with a major climatic event in the Southern Ocean related to El ... especially following a climatic event like the one at the end of the 1990s. ...
The findings of climatic modification effects were robust in the three sensitivity analyses. No significant modification effect ... Mean air temperature and relative humidity over the study period were used as the proxies of climatic conditions. In terms of ... This study aims to determine the modification effects of climatic factors on the associations between PM1 and the ... Moreover, we performed three sensitivity analyses to test the robustness of climatic modification effects. We found a stronger ...
Predicting future climate requires deep understanding of past climatic processes. Deep ice cores drilled in Greenland and ... However, during preparation and measurement of the samples as well as during processing of the data, several error sources ...
Landforms & Erosional Processes. Changing Climates and Ancient Lakes. The impact of both long-term and short-term climatic ... Below is a generalized chart summarizing possible relationships of surface processes with climatic conditions. ... on Desert Landscape Processes. The impact of climate of the formation and disappearance of lakes in the Mojave region is ... According to Wells and others (1989), lake-forming climatic conditions occurred in 1916, 1938, 1969, and 1978. Wet, and ...
Results show that dust emissions increase during drought, but these increases in erosion processes are exacerbated with common ... Accelerated soil erosion occurs when anthropogenic processes modify soil, vegetation or climatic conditions causing erosion ... Accelerated soil erosion occurs when anthropogenic processes modify soil, vegetation or climatic conditions causing erosion ... and aeolian processes. Results show that dust emissions increase during drought, but these increases in erosion processes are ...
  • The impact of both long-term and short-term climatic oscillations can be seen on the landscape. (digital-desert.com)
  • The effects of moisture-related climate factors (including precipitation and humidity) on leaf growth were mainly through variability in leaf traits (e.g., specific leaf area and stomatal density) related to plant water-use physiological processes. (frontiersin.org)
  • This process involves assessing climatic factors that affect socioeconomic and ecological systems. (src.sk.ca)
  • This study aims to determine the modification effects of climatic factors on the associations between PM1 and the incidence rates of lung cancer for males and females in China. (biomedcentral.com)
  • In terms of the multivariable linear regression model, we examined climatic modification effects in the stratified and combined datasets according to the three-category and binary divisions of climatic factors. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Based on remote sensing data and observed river runoff of hydrological station from six river basins across a hydroclimatic gradient from northeast to southwest in China, the relative contributions of the vegetation (including spring and autumn phenology, growing season length (GSL), and gross primary productivity) and climatic factors affecting the river runoffs over 1982-2015 were investigated by applying gray relational analysis (GRA). (lu.se)
  • So, a first step in processing temperature data is to perform quality control to identify and eliminate any erroneous data caused by such errors - things like missing a minus sign, misreading an instrument, etc. (nasa.gov)
  • Mean air temperature and relative humidity over the study period were used as the proxies of climatic conditions. (biomedcentral.com)
  • autumn phenology: r = 0.59), even larger than the contribution from temperature (r = 0.57), but its relative importance is climatic region-dependent. (lu.se)
  • It is also possible that later soil formation under warmer Holocene climatic regimes obliterated such features. (confex.com)
  • You will learn about the relationship between biomes and specific processes active in different biomes, such as soil forming processes. (lu.se)
  • Processes modify the values of state variables such as the cumulative annual net primary production (NPP), soil water availability, or aspects of the vegetation composition and structure. (lu.se)
  • The "slow" processes of individual allocation and growth, population dynamics and disturbance are implemented once each simulation year (Figure 1). (lu.se)
  • At the same time, impacts from global climatic change is causing sea level raise. (wetlands.org)
  • Knowing the negative impacts of extreme climatic events not only helps us prepare for future events, it also allows us to take advantage of the positive impacts. (src.sk.ca)
  • Tectonic-climatic interaction is the interrelationship between tectonic processes and the climate system. (wikipedia.org)
  • Models also suggest that certain topographic features of the Himalayan and Andes region are determined by an erosional/climatic interaction as opposed to tectonism. (wikipedia.org)
  • The tectonic processes in question include orogenesis, volcanism, and erosion, while relevant climatic processes include atmospheric circulation, orographic lift, monsoon circulation and the rain shadow effect. (wikipedia.org)
  • Depending on the vertical and horizontal magnitude of a mountain range, it has the potential to have strong effects on global and regional climate patterns and processes including: deflection of atmospheric circulation, creation of orographic lift, altering monsoon circulation, and causing the rain shadow effect. (wikipedia.org)
  • By taking this course, you will increase your understanding and general knowledge about processes in the lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and the atmosphere. (lu.se)
  • Physical geography is the study of the Earth and the processes connected to it in the natural environment - in the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere and geosphere. (lu.se)
  • The goal is to increase understanding of the processes that take place in the exchange between the biosphere and atmosphere, hydrosphere and geosphere, not least under different climatic and environmental changes. (lu.se)
  • An event is defined as consecutive observations of a process above (or below) a threshold. (lu.se)
  • SRC's Climatology team develops, tests and transfers climatic information, which can lead to environmental, economic and social benefits for Saskatchewan and the world. (src.sk.ca)
  • Future research on air pollution-related health impact assessment should consider the differential air pollution effects across different climatic conditions. (biomedcentral.com)
  • According to Wells and others (1989), lake-forming climatic conditions occurred in 1916, 1938, 1969, and 1978. (digital-desert.com)
  • The regional climate during these years possibly emulates the more persistent wet and cooler climatic conditions that existed during the Ice Ages. (digital-desert.com)
  • A biome is a contiguous area with similar climatic conditions. (lu.se)
  • This article reveals diverse linkages between climatic and VFs, and runoff in different hydroclimatic regions, and provides insights that vegetation phenology influences the ecohydrology process largely depending on the local hydroclimatic conditions, which improve our understanding of terrestrial hydrological responses to climate change. (lu.se)
  • In temperate climatic conditions, they can result in rapid degradation of the tissues. (medscape.com)
  • It should be remembered that the estimated period for the arrival and passage of these manifestations of the decomposition process is based on studies under very controlled conditions, including a temperate climate (ie, 75° F). (medscape.com)
  • We provide climatic impact assessments and adaptation strategies for the resource and environmental sectors. (src.sk.ca)
  • You will also be introduced to Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to analyse environmental issues, and you will be introduced to different models and analytical tools for describing processes and phenomena in the world around us. (lu.se)
  • Conceptual representation of LPJ-GUESS showing the main process, time steps, state variables, and input environmental data. (lu.se)
  • Fast" process, such as photosynthesis, respiration and stomatal regulation are implemented on a time step of one day (or one month, interpolating between output values for adjacent months to obtain a value for each day). (lu.se)
  • The same process may be responsible for the fate of the Île aux Cochons colony. (sciencedaily.com)
  • Although the potential for good is immense, the current processes of globalization are generating unbalanced outcomes, both between and within countries. (who.int)
  • Nationwide studies that examine climatic modification effects on the association between air pollution and health outcome are limited in developing countries. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Moreover, we performed three sensitivity analyses to test the robustness of climatic modification effects. (biomedcentral.com)
  • The findings of climatic modification effects were robust in the three sensitivity analyses. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Regarding climatic modification effects on air pollution-health outcome association, several explanations have been proposed although the mechanisms remain unclear. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Examples of events include growth (or decline) periods of a financial series or climatic or hydrologic episodes, e.g. flood, draught, heat wave, cold spell, etc. (lu.se)
  • This occurs because in regions of higher elevation there are higher rates of mechanical erosion (i.e. gravity, fluvial processes) and there is constant exposure and availability of materials available for chemical weathering. (wikipedia.org)
  • We present here new quantitative analyses of planktic and benthic foraminifera to assess the impact of the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (MECO, ~40 Ma) on these biotic groups studied along a shallow-water succession rich in larger benthic foraminifera (Sealza, Liguria, NW Italy). (unimi.it)
  • The theme further includes an astronomical perspective whereby studies of extraterrestrial matter and impact craters provide information about the history of the solar system, and possible relationships between astronomical processes and the evolution of life. (lu.se)
  • The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) has found the expert panel process to be an effective tool for discussing and weighing scientific and public health issues. (cdc.gov)
  • Data show that the decline began in the late 1990s, coinciding with a major climatic event in the Southern Ocean related to El Niño. (sciencedaily.com)
  • However, during preparation and measurement of the samples as well as during processing of the data, several error sources could be detected, possibly causing slight distortions of the results. (awi.de)
  • The rate or mode of a process may also be affected by the current values of the state variables, as well as by the input data to the model. (lu.se)
  • Emphasize how spatial data analysis can improve the understanding of interactions between natural processes and anthropogenic actions. (lu.se)
  • What will be the role of models (both physical and digital), "inscription devices" and technical innovations in this process? (nomadit.co.uk)
  • The WINTERGAP project is therefore focused on improving physical winter process representation in the LPJ-GUESS dynamic vegetation model. (lu.se)
  • Predicting future climate requires deep understanding of past climatic processes. (awi.de)
  • 15. Economic vigour as process-driver and shaper 16. (routledge.com)
  • Design processes: how, by whom, how fast? (routledge.com)
  • The immense consequences of design and construction practices on resource depletion in the "new climatic regime" (Latour 2017) have become the focus of public scrutiny. (nomadit.co.uk)
  • SG 110/96) This law shall provide the production, the grading, the buying out, the industrial processing and the trade with tobacco, the production and the trade with tobacco products. (who.int)
  • The repercussions of lack of food are thus amplified and can trigger an unprecedented rapid and drastic drop in numbers, especially following a climatic event like the one at the end of the 1990s. (sciencedaily.com)
  • Recently, there has been more emphasis on evaluating non-growing season processes and their importance. (lu.se)
  • This value is calculated by adjusting monthly sales of goods manufactured by the monthly change in inventories of goods / work in process and finished goods manufactured. (gc.ca)
  • Respondents are asked to report their book values (at cost) of raw materials and components, any goods / work in process, and finished goods manufactured inventories separately. (gc.ca)
  • The General Programme is being drafted over the course of a year through a consultation process that is still actively under way, involving Member States, WHO's Secretariat, organizations of the United Nations system and intergovernmental organizations, civil society and major stakeholders. (who.int)
  • Combined, both processes become a potential cause of coastal disaster, which Indonesia already experienced in many parts of the country in the past years. (wetlands.org)
  • This report describes the steps that should be taken to 1) investigate a case that might have been acquired locally, 2) prevent a small focus of malaria cases from becoming a source of sustained transmission, and 3) inform clinicians regarding the process of an investigation so they can effectively address concerns and questions from patients. (cdc.gov)