Special Issue "Arctic Climate Change: Observations, Modeling, and Arctic Amplification"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 May 2024 | Viewed by 129
Interests: aerosols physics; clouds; Arctic climate; climate models
Interests: processes associated with climate change in middle and high latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere; detection and attribution of Arctic climate change; sea ice projections
The Arctic have undergone climate change at a more rapid pace than the rest of the globe. Simultaneously, Arctic climate change affects weather and climate variability all over the world. Therefore, the Arctic is a particular region of concern when addressing the issue of climate change. As such, we are organizing a Special Issue that aims to address the latest research results obtained in the observation and modeling of the Arctic at various time scales. We welcome the contribution of articles that attend to the observation and modeling of the Arctic from the following perspectives: the atmosphere (surface temperature, snow amount/extent), glacial change, sea ice, Arctic amplification, the application of remote sensing, observations, and simulation results from CMIP models.
Dr. Petr Chylek
Dr. Muyin Wang
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- Arctic climate variability and its causes
- Arctic amplification
- sea ice
- vegetation changes
- Greenland ice sheet
- CMIP models