historical climate

historical climate

[hi′stär·ə·kəl ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
A climate of the historical period (the past 7000 years).
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Tenders are Invited for Provision and assessment of historical climate simulations and global climate projections for different emission scenarios produced with atmospheric and coupled general circulation models.
Furthermore, the structural uncertainty is estimated, in part, by comparing the model with other models in hindcasting historical climate change.
Merged Visteon's historical climate business into its 70 percent-owned Korea climate business, Halla Climate Control Corporation, creating Halla Visteon Climate Control Corporation (HVCC), the second largest automotive thermal management business in the world;
For instance, the writers/editors note they 'selected excerpts which [they] felt advanced the central narrative of the struggle for self-determination, as well as others which shed light onto the broader historical climate of the period, such as details concerning protective legislation, nascent child removal and assimilation policies' (p.
The index used the minimum and maximum temperatures from 1860-2005 to define the bounds of historical climate variability at any given location.
A primary point of the above discussion has been to note the richness of climate phenomena, and the fact that placing this subject into the public sphere because of policy objectives has forced a highly oversimplified definition of the terms of reference, which largely exclude the most interesting examples of historical climate change.
These historical growth measurements were used in conjunction with historical climate data from the National Historical Climate Network to determine species and individual level responses to several climatic variables.
aims to clarify and dismantle reasoning behind current trends of climate change panic by discussing the range of complexities, how evidence is found and analyzed, historical climate cycling, and the possible future and repercussions of changes in North American climate in particular.
The effects of climate change might seem like an easy way to explain struggling penguin populations, but historical climate change events have not threatened penguins' survival which means that the current warming event is of a greater magnitude than any previous event and/or that there are new, perhaps human-based, factors affecting penguin survival.
This is the second longest historical climate record in Britain after the Radcliffe Observatory in Oxford so it provides an excellent source for an investigation of recent climate change.
First, we use historical climate and agricultural data to estimate the production losses associated with extreme weather events of different severities and frequencies.
Smart controllers, called Evapotranspiration (ET) controllers, not only analyze historical climate data and evaporation rates to spot water landscapes based on individual plant requirements, they can adjust watering schedules intuitively and automatically to save money, time and water.

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