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For example, some climatology studies have incorporated Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit traditional knowledge) to explain changes in sea ice conditions observed over many generations.
The average temperature of 78.8 was 1.1 degrees warmer than the 30-year climatology and the coolest since 2014’s 78.1-degree result.
Considered vital to Earth’s water cycle, atmospheric rivers (or AR, in climatology shorthand) are narrow corridors of moisture in the atmosphere that can dump concentrated amounts of precipitation.
Only people without even the minimal basic knowledge of climatology might believe those absurdities.
To study statewide precipitation, Allen and Luptowitz analyzed 38 climate models and selected about a dozen that most accurately simulate current California climatology.
Most previous studies predicted that California would be drier with climate change, said Robert Allen, one of the authors of the paper and an assistant professor of climatology at UC Riverside.
The study, by climatology professor Robert Allen and graduate student Rainer Luptowitz, was published Thursday in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
Tropical climatology for JUNE in the Atlantic Basin - climatological zones of origin & tracks.
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