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Spatial / Temporal Features of Antarctic Climate Change


doi: 10.1007/BF02656854

  • Based on January 1962-October 1993 mean value series of monthly mean temperature anomalies of 16 Antarctic stations on 10 standard isobaric surfaces from the surface to the 30 hPa, long term trends and periodic features of climate changes from the troposphere to the lower stratosphere over the Antarctic region are investigated by maxi-mum entropy power spectrum analysis, and the relation between climate change of the stratosphere (troposphere) and total ozone (southern 500 hPa circulation) is discussed.
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Manuscript received: 10 July 1996
Manuscript revised: 10 July 1996
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Spatial / Temporal Features of Antarctic Climate Change

  • 1. Department of Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing 210044,Department of Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing 210044,Department of Meteorology, Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, Nanjing 210044

Abstract: Based on January 1962-October 1993 mean value series of monthly mean temperature anomalies of 16 Antarctic stations on 10 standard isobaric surfaces from the surface to the 30 hPa, long term trends and periodic features of climate changes from the troposphere to the lower stratosphere over the Antarctic region are investigated by maxi-mum entropy power spectrum analysis, and the relation between climate change of the stratosphere (troposphere) and total ozone (southern 500 hPa circulation) is discussed.

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