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Sensitivity of methane emissions to later soil freezing in Arctic

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Abstract The atmospheric methane (CH4) concentration, a potent greenhouse gas, is on the rise once again, making it critical to understand the

8/18/2019

The Molecular Composition of Humic Substances Isolated From Yedoma

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Abstract Ongoing climate change is making the large pool of organic matter (OM) stored in Arctic permafrost vulnerable to mobilization; thus,

8/18/2019

El Niño-Southern Oscillation-Induced Variability of Terrestrial Gross

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Abstract Terrestrial gross primary production (GPP) is the largest carbon flux entering the biosphere from the atmosphere, which serves as a key

8/18/2019

The Ocean CO2 Sink in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: A Present Day

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Abstract Arctic shelf seas are highly heterogeneous, making it difficult to accurately account for their role in regional and global air-sea CO2

8/17/2019

Large Uncertainties in Estimation of Tropical Tropopause Temperature

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Abstract TropoPause Temperature (TPT) is a useful indicator and a key component of climate change. Well simulating its value and

8/17/2019

AEOLIAN DUST PROVENANCE IN CENTRAL EAST ANTARCTICA DURING THE

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Abstract We analyzed the single-grain mineralogical composition of aeolian dust transported to central East Antarctica for provenance purposes.

8/17/2019

Issue Information

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Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, Volume 124, Issue 14, Page 7457-7459, 27 July 2019.

7/2/2009

The evolution and role of midtropospheric cyclonic vortex in the

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Abstract Based on a successful cloud-resolving simulation with the Weather Research and Forecasting Model, this study examines the evolution and

8/17/2019

Atmospheric instability dominates the long-term variation of cloud

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Abstract Accurate representation of cloud vertical overlap in climate models is particularly significant for predicting the total cloud fraction

8/17/2019

Tropospheric and stratospheric causal pathways between the MJO and NAO

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Abstract Previous work has shown that the Madden-Julian oscillation (MJO) can influence the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) via a Rossby wave

8/17/2019

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