6 edition of Teleconnections linking worldwide climate anomalies found in the catalog.
Teleconnections linking worldwide climate anomalies
Includes bibliographical references index.
|Statement||edited by Michael H. Glantz, Richard W. Katz, Neville Nicholls.|
|Contributions||Glantz, Michael H., Katz, Richard W., Nicholls, N.|
|LC Classifications||QC981.8.C5 T45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 535 p. :|
|Number of Pages||535|
|LC Control Number||90047885|
Teleconnection studies examining the link between climate and disease have been limited by poor reporting and a lack of georeferenced disease data. We analyzed and illustrated how recent outbreaks of two mosquito-borne diseases, chikungunya and Rift Valley fever (Chretien et al.  Evidence of El Niño‐Southern Oscillation (ENSO) teleconnections in the southern high latitude climate has been identified, although the mechanisms that might lead to such far‐reaching teleconnections remain unresolved. Here we propose one such mechanism‐the regional mean meridional atmospheric circulation (the regional Ferrel Cited by:
For example, a commonly studied phenomenon in climate science is teleconnections , , where two distant regions in the world show strongly coupled activity in climate . Spatially and temporally large-scale anomalies that influence the variability of the atmospheric circulation. Information on the Arctic Oscillation (AO), a large scale mode of climate variability, also referred to as the Northern Hemisphere annular mode. Information on the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO), a periodic fluctuation in sea.
6b. Other Teleconnections. Other Teleconnections: It's More than El Niño. The links between El Niño and La Niña and climate anomalies in other parts of the globe are indisputable, especially during strong events when the temperature anomaly in the tropical Pacific is relatively large. In the words of one senior meteorologist at NOAA, "The El. The acceptance of sea surface anomaly patterns as a surface climate forcing that affects the weather at large distances, of course, is an accepted teleconnection effect. Indeed, this teleconnection effect is why there are major global climate anomalies .
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Book Description Teleconnections is a central concept in the scientific search for an improved understanding of potential linkages between weather and climate anomalies that occur over relatively large : Paperback.
About this book. Teleconnections is a central concept in the scientific search for an improved understanding of potential linkages between weather and climate anomalies that occur over relatively large distances.
The editors of this volume have brought together contributions from experts in the field, which together provide a comprehensive review Price Range: £ - £ Teleconnections linking worldwide climate anomalies, M. Glanz, R. Katz and N. Nicholls (eds), Cambridge University Press (Cambridge), Cited by: 2.
Teleconnections, the linkages over great distance of seemingly dis- connected weather anomalies, have been identifie the d through appearance of geophysical processes, through statistical correla- tions (in space and in time) and through recognition that many atmospheric processes are manifested as Size: KB.
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Introduction: Vectors, Ecology, and Climate. Fluctuations in climate lead to extremes in temperature, rainfall, flooding, and droughts. These climate extremes create ideal ecological conditions that promote mosquito-borne disease transmission that impacts global human and animal health (see Figure A).Cited by: 1.
For deseasonalized NPP anomalies, 56% of the nonbarren land surface has a significant teleconnection with the four climate indices. In comparison to these NASA‐CASA model outputs, the FPAR input time series of deseasonalized anomalies have significant teleconnections with the four climate indices for 55% of the nonbarren land by: Teleconnections refer to persistent relations between climate anomalies of geographically separated regions [1–5].
Atmospheric or oceanic teleconnections dominate the climate variability on different time and spatial scales . Teleconnections received much attention since they stand for the transport of energy and the climate dynamics.
Climate Outlooks Climate & Weather Link El Niño/La Niña MJO Teleconnections AO NAO PNA AAO Blocking Storm Tracks Climate Glossary Outreach About Us Our Mission NOAA Center for Weather and Climate Prediction Climate Prediction Center University Research Court. The book also reviews some of the important societal impacts of previous climate anomalies allegedly connected to ENSO.
The implications for science and society of forecasts of future climate anomalies, potentially made possible on the basis of teleconnections. The term "teleconnection pattern" refers to a recurring and persistent, large-scale pattern of pressure and circulation anomalies that spans vast geographical areas.
Teleconnection patterns are also referred to as preferred modes of low-frequency (or long time scale) variability. Teleconnections is a central concept in the scientific search for an improved understanding of potential linkages between weather and climate anomalies that occur over relatively large distances.
The editors of this volume brought together contributions from experts in the field, which together provide a comprehensive review of this important subject. I have borrowed the term ‘teleconnections’ from climatology where it is widely used to describe long distance linkages of El Nino-Southern Oscillation weather anomalies.
See M. Glantz, et al (eds) () Teleconnections Linking Worldwide Climate Anomalies, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. Google ScholarCited by: 3. This study focuses on the assessment of the spatiotemporal structure of ENSO variability and its winter climate teleconnections to North America in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) simulations of twentieth-century by: Teleconnections linking worldwide climate anomalies, M.
Glanz, R. Katz and N. Nicholls (eds), Cambridge University Press (Cambridge), Cited by: 2. Buy The Global Climate System: Patterns, Processes, And Teleconnections on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders The Global Climate System: Patterns, Processes, And Teleconnections: Howard A.
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H., R. Katz, and N. Nicholls, Teleconnections Linking Worldwide Climate Anomalies. Cambridge University Press, Cited by: Here we describe developing global climate anomalies that suggest potential elevated disease risks in the hope that decision makers will have additional tools to make rational judgments concerning implementation of a wide-range of disease mitigation by: Teleconnections Linking Worldwide Climate Anomalies.
Glantz, R. Katz, and N. Nicholls, Eds. $ hardbound. Cambridge Univer sity Press. ISBN The target audience for this book is stated as " all professional scientists and researchers in climatol ogy and meteorology.
as well as "graduate stu. In: Glantz MH, Katz RW, Nichols N (eds) Teleconnections linking worldwide climate anomalies. Cambridge University Press, London, pp – Rasmusson EM, Carpenter TH () Variation in tropical sea surface temperature and surface wind fields associated with the Southern Oscillation/El by: an overview of atmospheric teleconnections is provided, and evidence is given for teleconnections (and the lack thereof) between various ocean regions.
Second, we characterize the impact of past climate variability on these features, identifying the mechanisms linking global climate to regionalocean responses andfuture climate change scenarios.Bryant J.
Mcavaney, Greg J. Holland, in World Survey of Climatology, Large scale interactions. Teleconnections across the globe are a fundamental component of the climate system. Canonical examples include the ENSO phenomenon (Philander,); the Pacific-North American (PNA) pattern (Horel and Wallace, ; Hoskins and Karoly, ; Wallace .