Asymetric Change of Daily Temperature Range. Proceedings

Entry_ID: GCRIO 181 GCRIO_Inventory: 0 Entry_Title: Asymetric Change of Daily Temperature Range. Proceedings of the International MINIMAX WORKSHOP Held Under the Auspices of NOAA National Environmental Watch and the DOE Global Change Research Program. September 27-30, 1993. College Park, Maryland.
Document_Author: Kukla, George (editor)
Document_Author: Karl, Thomas R. (editor)
Document_Author: Riches, Michael R. (editor)
Agency_Name: United States Department of Energy
Start_Date: 1994-04-00
Group: Summary
Audience_Interest_Guide: Research Community
Audience_Interest_Guide: Science Institutes

These proceedings of the workshop provide a snapshot of the state-of-
the-science. Nearly 40 researchers from 10 nations report on the data,
the analyses, the model studies, and the potential future implications
of a continuing change of diurnal temperature range. It also includes a
news release, list of attendees, graphs, maps, and charts.
Group: Data_Center
Data_Center_Name: U.S. Department of Commerce
Dataset_ID: Conf-9309350
Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: None
First_Name: None
Email: None
Phone: (703) 487-4650
Fax: None
Group: Address
National Technical Information Service
5285 Port Royal Road
Springfield, VA 22161
Storage_Medium: 493 pages printed matter
Parameter: Atmospheric Composition>Clouds
Parameter: Vital Statistics
Parameter: Earth Radiative Processes>Temperature
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Climatology
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Atmosphere
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Land
Discipline: Life Science > Ecology
Discipline: Applied Science > Public Health > Environmental Health
Discipline: Applied Science > Public Health > Population Dynamics
Location: Global
Keyword: ocean
Keyword: aerosols
Keyword: global warming
Keyword: climate change
Keyword: temperature anomalies
Keyword: trends
Keyword: health aspects
Keyword: environmental impacts
Keyword: air temperature
Keyword: greenhouse effect
Keyword: cloud cover
Keyword: NOAA>National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration