Quantitative description of European climate change during second half of XX century.

Authors: Khokhlov V.N.

Year: 2007

Issue: 02

Pages: 35-42


Methodology for calculation of aggregate climate change index which taking into account abnormal events in the temperature and precipitation is described. The method is used for Europe. It is shown that greatest climate change during 1978-2006 years occurred in the Central Europe, Western and Central Mediterranean, and Pyrenees.

Tags: anomalies; climate change; precipitation; temperature


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