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Understanding climate change : climate variability, predictability, and change in the midwestern United States / edited by S.C. Pryor
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c2009
book jacket
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 4th Floor  QC984.M53 U53 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Climatic changes -- Middle West
Subject Middle West -- Climate
Physical Description xiv, 296 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-288) and index
Contents Climate variability, predictability, and change : an introduction -- Overview : thermal regimes -- Global climate change impact on the midwestern USA--a summer cooling trend -- Historical and projected changes in the length of the frost-free season -- Long-term midwestern USA summer equivalent temperature variability -- Estimating changes in temperature variability in a future climate -- Wisconsin's changing climate : temperature -- Overview : hydrologic regimes -- Did precipitation regimes change during the twentieth century? -- Climate change and streamflow in the upper Mississippi River Basin -- The influence of land cover type on surface hydrology in Michigan -- Wisconsin's changing climate : hydrologic cycle -- Spatial and temporal dimensions of extreme rainfall in the Twin Cities metropolitan area -- Overview : North American atmospheric circulation effects on midwestern USA climate -- Historical trends in near-surface wind speeds -- Variability of wind speed regimes in Minnesota -- Teleconnections and circulation patterns in the midwestern USA -- Regional synoptic classification : a midwestern USA example -- Overview : climate hazards -- Severe storms in the midwestern USA -- Climate sensitivity of Great Lakes-generated weather systems -- Severe weather hazards in the Twin Cities metropolitan area -- Where is climate science in the midwestern USA going?
Alternate Author Pryor, S. C., 1967-

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