Series: Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library Volume: 52
By: Rajmund Przybylak(Author)
287 pages, 10 tables
This book presents a comprehensive analysis of the current state of knowledge related to the climate of the Arctic, using the latest meteorological data. All meteorological elements are described in detail and an up-to-date review of the available literature for each element is given. Climatic regions are distinguished and described. The Climate of the Arctic also provides an account of the present state of research on climate change and variability in the Arctic for three time scales: the Holocene, the last Millennium, and the instrumental period. The book concludes with a presentation of the scenarios of the Arctic climate in the 21st century.
The Climate of the Arctic is intended for all those with a general interest in the fields of meteorology, climatology, and with a knowledge of the application of statistics in these areas.
- Atmospheric Circulation
- Radiation Conditions
- Air Temperature
- Air Humidity
- Atmospheric Precipitation and Snow Cover
- Air Pollution
- Climatic Regions
- Climatic Change and Variability in the Holocene
- Scenarios of the Arctic Climate in the 21st Century
- Copyright Acknowledgements
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