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  • Secular changes of the Bai-u season in Japan
  • The Bai-u season was reconstructed with the aid of weather records entered in old diaries between the beginning of the eighteenth century and 1895. The duration of the Bai-u season revealed a strong positive correlation with the end of the Bai-u
  • season in both the historical and the instrumental time. - (SGA)
  • The relationship between seasonality index of precipitation on Loess Plateau and water deficiency of crops
  • Agricultural climatology;Agroclimatology ; China ; Loess ; Monsoon ; Plateau ; Precipitation ; Seasonality ; Soil moisture ; Soil water ; Tibet ; Water deficit
  • the seasonality index of precipitation of 296 stations on Loess Plateau. Seasonality index of precipitation and rainy season directly influence water deficiency of crops.
  • The seasonal changes of wind fields in the global tropics
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic data ; Climatic maps;Climatic chart ; Climatology ; Map ; Monsoon ; Radiation ; Seasonal variation ; Tropical climate ; Tropical zone ; Wind ; Zonal circulation
  • The seasonal variations of global wind field in the tropics mainly at 850 mb and their relation to the cloud distribution revealed from outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) are studied based on 5-day mean data. Seasonal composite maps of wind and OLR
  • fields are constructed and features of these seasons are described.
  • Persistent late Pleistocene-Holocene seasonal upwelling and varves off the coast of California
  • Seasonal production of siliceous phytoplankton and a seasonal flux of terrigenous clastic material produced varved sediments along the continental slope off California during the late Pleistocene to mid-Holocene. Distribution of diatoms in varves
  • shows that seasonal upwelling has persisted along the California coast and has remained strongly seasonal since the late Pleistocene.
  • Rainfall seasonality in Negara Brunei Darussalam
  • Diurnal and seasonal variations of fog over Sierra Leone
  • Intra-seasonal rainfall fluctuations in Israel in Proceedings.
  • Daily and seasonal patterns of foraging behaviour in wintering geese
  • Climatic seasons of the year in North-West Poland
  • Movement of cobbles in a gravel-bed stream during a flood season
  • Changes of beginning and duration of year seasons
  • Czech Republic ; Season ; Statistical data ; Time series
  • All factors affecting lenght of astronomical year seasons duration are described. Among the most important ones belong inclination of the Earth axis, changes of the Earth speed during its revolution around the Sun on the elliptic orbit, changes
  • Seasonal changes in iron transport and nature of dissolved organic matter in a humic river in northern Finland
  • Finland ; Geochemistry ; Hydrology ; Iron ; Organic materials ; Seasonal variation ; Streams ; Water quality
  • Changes in the concentration of iron and dissolved organic matter (DOM), and in the colour and fluorescence properties in the River Küminkijoki were investigated as functions of the seasonal flow regime over a two-year period. Discussion
  • Seasonal variation of crescentic dune morphology and morphometry, Strzelecki-Simpson Desert, Australia
  • Aeolian features ; Australia ; Desert ; Dune ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphometry ; Seasonal variation ; South Australia
  • This short communication discusses the changes in crescentic dune morphology that accompany seasonal variation in wind directions for the Strzelecki-Simpson Desert, at Gurra Gurra waterhole.
  • Assessing tropical vegetation seasonality
  • Biogeography ; Phenology ; Seasonality ; Tropical zone ; Vegetation
  • On the seasonal temperature variation in the southwestern Indian Ocean
  • An examination of temperature variations in three regions of the coastal waters off South Africa, demonstrating fluctuations with depth and season. - (AJC)
  • The progress of rainfall seasons in South Africa
  • Mean data from 200 stations in South Africa have been used to determine month-by-month rainfall changes. From this the progress of both the Summer and Winter rainfall seasons is traced. (W. A. Nieman).
  • Vector analysis as a means of indicating rainfall seasonality in the Transvaal
  • This paper describes and evaluates the use of vector analysis for indicating rainfall seasonality. Three advantages pertaining to the use of the technique for regionalization are pinpointed.-(AJC)
  • Seasonal hydroclimate change in the Sacramento River Basin, California
  • California ; Discharge ; Fluvial hydrology ; Human impact ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrological regime ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variation ; United States of America ; Watershed
  • Reconstructed or unimpaired discharges for 1921 to 1994 for the Sacramento River are employed as an indicator of natural discharge and are analyzed for evidence of seasonal change with 2 questions : 1) are seasonal hydroclimate changes evident
  • Seasonal changes in ground-penetrating radar signature observed at a polythermal glacier, Bylot Island, Canada
  • Arctic Region ; Canada ; Geophysics ; Glacier ; Hydrological regime ; Seasonal variation ; Thermal regime
  • This paper presents the results of 3 ground-penetrating radar (GPR) surveys conducted, in 2002, over the course of a summer ablation season at a polythermal glacier, Stagnation Glacier, Bylot Island, in the Canadian Arctic. The AA. compare
  • these results to investigate seasonal hydrothermal development within a polythermal glacier body.
  • Strong seasonality in sand loading and resulting feedbacks on sediment transport, bed texture, and channel planform at Mount Pinatubo, Philippines
  • Carrying capacity ; Channel geometry ; Philippines ; Seasonality ; Sediment load ; Stream ; Watershed
  • is highly seasonal, and channel adjustments between seasons are dramatic. During the fall 2009 seasonal transition, 7.6 km of channel incised and armored, carving a 2-3 m deep channel on the upper alluvial fan. Bedload transport rates measured in the August
  • 2009 rainy season were over 4 orders of magnitude greater than gravel-bedded dry-season channels surveyed in January 2010, despite having similar shear stress and unit discharge conditions. Within dry-season incised channels, bed armoring is rapid
  • , leading to an abrupt gravel-sand transition. Bedload transport rates adjust more slowly, creating a lag between armoring and commensurate reductions in transport. Seasonal channel incision occurred in steps, aided by lateral migration into sand-rich banks.