Effect of global warming in Thailand
- The Global Warming-ENSO Connection. // CO2 Science;4/10/2013, Vol. 16 Issue 15, p5
The article discusses research on the connection between global warming and climate variability, El NiÃ±o/La NiÃ±a-Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Researchers explored the postulated global warming-ENSO connection by comparing sea surface temperatures (SSTs) derived from an ocean reanalysis...
- The NAO, the AO, and Global Warming: How Closely Related? Cohen, Judah; Barlow, Mathew // Journal of Climate;Nov2005, Vol. 18 Issue 21, p4498
The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) and the closely related Arctic Oscillation (AO) strongly affect Northern Hemisphere (NH) surface temperatures with patterns reported similar to the global warming trend. The NAO and AO were in a positive trend for much of the 1970s and 1980s with historic...
- The CLIVAR C20C project: selected twentieth century climate events. Scaife, A. A.; Kucharski, F.; Folland, C. K.; Kinter, J.; Brönnimann, S.; Fereday, D.; Fischer, A. M.; Grainger, S.; Jin, E. K.; Kang, I. S.; Knight, J. R.; Kusunoki, S.; Lau, N. C.; Nath, M. J.; Nakaegawa, T.; Pegion, P.; Schubert, S.; Sporyshev, P.; Syktus, J.; Yoon, J. H. // Climate Dynamics;Oct2009, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p603
We use a simple methodology to test whether a set of atmospheric climate models with prescribed radiative forcings and ocean surface conditions can reproduce twentieth century climate variability. Globally, rapid land surface warming since the 1970s is reproduced by some models but others warm...
- A Convenient Truth: Forecasting Sea Level Rise. Chen, Jason; Choi, Brian; Joonhahn Cho // UMAP Journal;Fall2008, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p249
The article provides information on the forecast concerning the rising of the sea level. According to the article, greenhouse-gas emission is the main cause of sea level rise and cites how this emission accelerated and aggravates global warming, which could melt the Greenland Ice Sheet (GIS),...
- Global Sea-Level Rise Requires Swift, Coordinated Action. Wilson, Stan // Sea Technology;Jan2011, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p7
The author reflects on the need to address the global sea-level rise (GSLR) with swift, coordinated action. He states that GSLR, the most obvious manifestation of climate change in the ocean, directly threatens coastal infrastructure through inundation and increased erosion. He adds that GSLR...
- Temperature variability over the Indian Ocean and its relationship with Indian summer monsoon rainfall. Kothawale, D. R.; Munot, A. A.; Borgaonkar, H. P. // Theoretical & Applied Climatology;2008, Vol. 92 Issue 1/2, p31
The present study examines the long term trend in sea surface temperatures (SSTs) of the Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Equatorial South India Ocean in the context of global warming for the period 1901ï¿½2002 and for a subset period 1971ï¿½2002. An attempt has also been made to identify...
- Bottled up. Pearce, Fred // New Scientist;04/17/99, Vol. 162 Issue 2182, p12
Reports researchers believe El Nino events may cut global warming by temporarily stemming the release of carbon dioxide from the Pacific. Explanation of the ocean and atmosphere relationship; Research conducted by Richard Feely of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
- Climate change: Coming surge in storm surges. // Nature;3/22/2012, Vol. 483 Issue 7390, p377
The article reports on the possibility that climate warming and the rise of sea levels will increase the frequency of local extremes in storm surges along much of the coastline in the U.S.
- Antarctic warming rapidly say scientists. Butler, Simon // Green Left Weekly;2/4/2009, Issue 781, p4
The article reports that Antarctica is cooling down due to global warming and could result to disastrous consequences such as increasing sea level.