Severe Weather (Dr Andrew Glikson)

Andrew Glikson
10:42 PM (9 minutes ago)

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http://ipccwg2gov/SREX/

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The rise of ocean water temperatures is represented by intensification of the hydrological cycle and  the spate of extreme weather events around the globe, as reported by the IPCC SREX report 2012 (http://ipccwg2 and in the enclosed papers.

gov/SREX/), Rahmstorf and Coumou 2011, Hansen et al. 2011, Hansen 2012 and other papers.

Floods, storms and snow storms (as in the North Atlantic) are no exception, reflecting contrasts in pressure and temepratures across oceanic regions.

Dr Andrew Glikson
Earth and Paleoclimate science

School of Archaeology and Anthropology

Affiliations: Climate Change Institute & Planetary Science Institute
Australian National University

Honorary Professor, Geothermal Energy Centre of Excellence

The University of Queensland


E-mail:   W  Andrew.Glikson@anu.edu.au
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