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Record #188956:

A century of climate change for Fairbanks, Alaska / Gerd Wendler, Martha Shulski.

Title: A century of climate change for Fairbanks, Alaska / Gerd Wendler, Martha Shulski.
Author(s): Wendler, Gerd.
Shulski, Martha.
Date: 2009.
In: Arctic. (2009.), Vol. 62(3) (2009)
Abstract: Presents climatological observations for Fairbanks, Alaska, which represent unique 100-year dataset of relatively high quality and without major breaks. Finds mean annual temperature to have risen from -3.6°C to -2.2°C over century. Increase of 1.4°C compares with 0.8°C worldwide, clearly demonstrating well-known amplification of temperature change for polar regions. Observed temperature increase is neither uniform over time period nor uniform throughout course of year.
Notes:

Arctic. Vol. 62(3) :295-300 (2009).

Keywords: 551.5 -- Meteorology.
551.506 -- Meteorological data.
551.58 -- Climatology.
711.433/.435 -- Towns: Fairbanks.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*493) -- Alaska, interior.
SPRI record no.: 188956

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