Supplementary MethodsSupplementary Methods
Here I described adjustements to the raw tropical cyclone intensity data made necessary by changing measurement and estmation techniques
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Weather regime transitions and the interannual variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation. Part I: a likely connectionWeather regime transitions and the interannual variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation. Part I: a likely connection
Rce-tea, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
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For purposes of this Federal PlanFor purposes of this Federal Plan
Noaa. Basic services also include the operations and supporting research of other Federal agencies that have been identified as contributing to basic meteorological services
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Table of contents key findingsTable of contents key findings
Atmospheric co2 concentrations continue to rise, and appear to be unprecedented in at least the past 880,000 years
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Part I climatic Conditions in the United StatesPart I climatic Conditions in the United States
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The Devil in the Deep Blue SeaThe Devil in the Deep Blue Sea
Scientists fear that the Gulf Stream the immense, enigmatic force behind ferocious weather and mild climate is being remade. The effects could be profound
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Forestry Department Food and Agriculture Organization of the United NationsForestry Department Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
This paper is one of a series of fao documents on forest-related health and biosecurity issues. The purpose of these papers is to provide early information on on-going activities and programmes, and to stimulate discussion
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Census in Schools and the 2010 Census – What’s Next?Census in Schools and the 2010 Census – What’s Next?
The 2009-10 school year is almost over, but before you leave we want to express our deep gratitude to all the educators who collaborated with the efforts of the Census in Schools program. Your efforts helped our country to obtain the census count
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IntroductionIntroduction
Velocity, Base Reflectivity and Storm Total Precipitation; goes water Vapor Movement Winds; and total precipitation from an extensive collection of cooperative and National Weather Service stations
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1 (1), 1 Journal of Operational Meteorology Article1 (1), 1 Journal of Operational Meteorology Article
Lastname (Author #1), A. B., C. D. Lastname (Author #2), and E. F. Lastname
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Hurricanes and Global Warming An Alternative Point of View byHurricanes and Global Warming An Alternative Point of View by
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Hurricanes are getting fiercerHurricanes are getting fiercer
As this year's Atlantic hurricane season becomes ever more violent, scientists have come up with the firmest evidence so far that global warming will significantly increase the intensity of the most extreme storms worldwide
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President Obama has made very strong statements about climate changePresident Obama has made very strong statements about climate change
Gwpf for inviting me. Tonite I will be talking about the state of the climate debate in the U. S. This is a story of a sharp partisan divide between the Democrats and Republicans regarding what, if anything
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Date Due: 03/28/2010 Problem StatementDate Due: 03/28/2010 Problem Statement
Spring 2010 esci 580- teaching Middle School Earth System Science using Problem Based Learning
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Amol bibliography Non-ams journalsAmol bibliography Non-ams journals
Aberson, S. D., 1997: The prediction of the performance of a nested barotropic hurricane track
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