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  • Analyse de régression ; Atmosphère ; Cycle climatique ; Eau souterraine ; Pologne ; Siècle 20 ; Statistique ; Sécheresse ; Variabilité climatique
  • Atmosphere ; Climatic cycle ; Climatic variability ; Drought ; Groundwater ; Poland ; Regression analysis ; Statistics ; Twentieth Century
  • The identification and characterisation of dry spells was performed on the basis of a unified methodology taking into consideration atmospheric conditions, and the situation regarding surface and underground waters. Attention was paid to changes
  • Air temperature ; Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic variability ; Climatic variation ; Eighteenth Century ; Nineteenth Century ; Oceanicity ; Poland ; Twentieth Century
  • (1702-1778) and Warsaw (1779-1998). Changes in the frequency of occurrence of these air masses in the course of the year have been treated as a rough measure of variability to the atmospheric circulation over the area in question (advections from
  • Air temperature ; Atmospheric circulation ; Central Europe ; Climate ; Europe ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Model ; Ocean circulation ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Simulation ; Temperature ; Twenty-first century ; Wind
  • This paper presents an evaluation of climate simulations by the ocean and atmosphere general circulation models from the IPCC DDC for 2 regions : the Central European area and Poland. The comparisons have concerned air surface temperature
  • Air temperature ; Atmospheric pressure ; Climate ; Climatic trend ; Climatic warming ; Continentality ; Nineteenth Century ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variability ; Time series ; Twentieth Century
  • This study details the results of a search for changes in the annual rhythms for atmospheric pressure, air temperature and precipitation in Poland in the 19th and 20th centuries. Analyses of several time series has allowed for the deducing
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climate ; Climatic variability ; Exceptional event ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Time series ; Twentieth Century ; Wind
  • Air temperature ; Atmospheric circulation ; Forecast ; Poland ; Statistics ; Synoptic climatology ; Temperature
  • The large-scale atmospheric sea-level pressure field over Europe and the North Atlantic has been downscaled by means of canonical analysis or redundancy analysis to some local climatic and oceanographic fields on the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic variability ; Cloud ; Fog ; Mountain ; Poland ; Sudety ; Time series ; Twentieth Century