Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: 1897-1983 Download PDF EPUB FB2
Get this from a library. Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: [Raymond A Assel; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory,] -- Daily maximum and minimum temperatures at 25 stations on the perimeter of the Great Lakes for the winters of are used to calculate freezing degree-days and thawing degree-days.
Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: / By Raymond A. Assel and Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.) Abstract. Chiefly tables."May "Distributed to depository libraries in graphy: p.
Mode of access: Internet. Great Lakes Degree-Day and Winter Severity Index Update: NOAA Data Report ERL GLERL, May NTIS number: PB Daily maximum and minimum temperatures for 25 stations around the Great Lakes, Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: 1897-1983 bookwere given to NSIDC by the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL), Ann Arbor, MI.
Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: / (Ann Arbor, Mich.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories ; Springfield, VA: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, ), also by Raymond A.
Assel (page images at HathiTrust). Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index uptate: NOAA Data Report ERL GLERL, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB/XAB) 61 pp.
Daily maximum and minimum temperatures at 25 stations on the perimeter of the Great Lakes for the winters of are used to calculate freezing. Assel, R.A., Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: – NOAA Data Report ERLGLERL, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (PB/XAB) 61 by: Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: NOAA Data Report ERL GLERL ____, and Quinn, F.
A historical per spective of Cited by: 7. A computerized data base ofice con centration for the Great Lakes. NOAA DR ERL, GLERL-3l7, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Michigan. ____. Great Lakes degree-day and winter severity index update: NOAA DR ERL, GLERL, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
____, F. by: The temperature-based description also was adapted by Assel () to characterize winter severity in the Great Lakes region, using mean temperature freezing degree days, but it faces limitations that are similar to those of the early works.
Winter classification studies have been conducted specific to particular by: 1. Introduction  Sea ice appears in the polar and high‐latitude seas with typical seasonal and annual variations.
It has a dramatic impact on marine hydrology, ocean circulation, and ocean‐atmosphere‐ice interactions [Barry et al., ; Dickson, ], as well as human activities [Bai and Wu, ].The Bohai Sea in North China freezes to varying degrees every winter for about 3–4 Cited by: Climatological teleconnections have been correlated most strongly with Great Lakes regional winter conditions Assel,;Wise et al., ] and seasonal lake ice cover [Assel and Rodionov.
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Severity exceeds The bloom will be expected to measure on the severity index with a range from to potentially as high as America as part of the Great Lakes. Great Lakes Res. 29(4): Reash, R. Dissolved and total copper in a coal ash effluent and receiving stream: Assessment of in situ biological effects.
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This conference encompasses three days of educational sessions and two days of agriculture industry trade show exhibits. The event is set for January List of Proceedings. storms. Annual winter ice cover on the Great Lakes has also been reduced.
There have been significant fluctuations in water levels in lakes and rivers due in large part to heavy rainfall and urbanization. By the yearOntario’s average annual temperature is expected to increase by °C to °C. Even. A fast moving low pressure system that moves southeast out of Canadian Province of Alberta (southwest Canada) through the Plains, Midwest, and Great Lakes region usually during the winter.
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17, above normal. Still, it hasn't broken its record degree day, set in