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SURFACE AND AEROSOL EFFECTS ON THE SOUTH ASIAN MONSOON HYDROCLIMATE
This work targets important couplings in the South Asian monsoon system at interannual or longer time-scales and associated processes and mechanisms: aerosol-hydroclimate, atmosphere-ocean, and land-atmosphere. Anomalous ...
Identification and Quantification of Regional Aerosol Trends and Impact on Clouds over the North Atlantic Ocean
Aerosols and clouds contribute to atmospheric variability and Earth’s radiative balance across local, regional, and global scales. Originating from both natural and anthropogenic sources, aerosols can cause adverse health ...
IMPACT OF LAND SURFACE VEGETATION CHANGE OVER THE LA PLATA BASIN ON THE REGIONAL CLIMATIC ENVIRONMENT: A STUDY USING CONVENTIONAL LAND-COVER/LAND-USE AND NEWLY DEVELOPED ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONAL TYPES
Naturally occurring or human induced changes in land surface vegetation have been recognized as one of the important factors influencing climate change. The La Plata Basin in South America has experienced significant changes ...
EL NIÑO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION AND RELATED PRECIPITATION IN RECENT ATMOSPHERIC REANALYSES AND CMIP5 MODEL SIMULATIONS
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), originating in the tropical Pacific, is the most significant mode of interannual variability of the ocean-atmosphere system. ENSO can modulate global climate through teleconnections ...