Attribution of polar warming to human influence

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Gillett, NP; Stone, DA; Stott, PA; Nozawa, T; Karpechko, AY; Hegerl, GC; Wehner, MF; Jones, PD;
(2008)
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: sense organs

The polar regions have long been expected to warm strongly as a result of anthropogenic climate change, because of the positive feedbacks associated with melting ice and snow. Several studies have noted a rise in Arctic temperatures over recent decades, but have not for... View more
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