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Geoscience Data Journal, ISSN 2049-6060, 06/2014, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 49 - 60
Historical meteorological data are essential for increasing the level of understanding about past, present, and future climates. In the Northern Hemisphere, a... 
New Zealand | ship logbooks | Southeast Australia | Southwest Pacific | marine meteorological data | historical climate data rescue | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
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International Journal of Climatology, ISSN 0899-8418, 03/2014, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 1157 - 1168
ABSTRACT Auckland, New Zealand, is influenced by ex‐tropical cyclones (ETCs); however, there is no established climatology for these weather systems at... 
synoptic types | ENSO | blocking | climatology | Auckland | tropical cyclones | extra tropical transition | SAM | Climatology | Tropical cyclones | Extra tropical transition | Blocking | Synoptic types | SOUTHWEST PACIFIC | NINO-SOUTHERN-OSCILLATION | ROSSBY-WAVE | EXTRATROPICAL TRANSITION | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | ANNULAR MODE | Storms | Antarctic Oscillation | Southern oscillation
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Geoscience Data Journal, 06/2014, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 49 - 60
Historical meteorological data are essential for increasing the level of understanding about past, present, and future climates. In the Northern Hemisphere, a... 
Climate | Climatic data | 18th century | Museums | Government archives | Regions | State libraries | Logs | Weather data | Logbooks | Climate change | Meteorological data | Northern Hemisphere | Ships | Radiosondes | Digitization | 19th century
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Geoscience Data Journal, ISSN 2049-6060, 06/2014, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 49 - 60
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Climate of the Past, ISSN 1814-9324, 03/2016, Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 553 - 573
Reverend Richard Davis (1790-1863) was a colonial-era missionary stationed in the Far North of New Zealand who was a key figure in the early efforts of the... 
REANALYSIS PROJECT | ICE-AGE | AUSTRALIA | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PACIFIC | RECORD | SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE | SOUTHERN ALPS | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | Weather | Analysis | Meteorological research | Missionaries | Records and correspondence
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by Blunden, Jessica and Arndt, Derek S and Willett, Kate M and Dolman, A. Johannes and Hurst, Dale F and Rennie, Jared and Thorne, Peter W and Donat, Markus G and Dunn, Robert J. H and Long, Craig S and Christy, John R and Noetzli, Jeannette and Christiansen, Hanne H and Gugliemin, Mauro and Romanovsky, Vladimir E and Shiklomanov, Nicolai I and Smith, Sharon L and Zhao, Lin and Robinson, David A and Pelto, Mauri S and Mears, Carl A and Ho, Shu-Oeng Ben and Peng, Liang and Wang, Junhong and Vose, Russell S and Hilburn, Kyle and Yin, Xungang and Kruk, Michael C and Becker, Andreas and Foster, Michael J and Ackerman, Steven A and Heidinger, Andrew K and Maddux, Brent C and Stengel, M and Kim, Hyuanjun and Oki, Taikan and Rodell, Matthew and Chambers, Don P and Famiglietti, James S and Dorigo, Wouter A and Chung, D and Parinussa, Robert M and Reimer, C and Hahn, S and Liu, Y.Y and Wagner, Wolfgang W and de Jeu, Rochard A. M and Paulik, C and Wang, Guojie and Allan, Rob and Folland, Chris K and Tobin, Isabelle and Berrisford, Paul and Vautard, Robert and McVicar, Tim R and Kratz, David P and Stackhouse, Paul W and Wong, Takmeng and Sawaengphokhai, P and Wilber, Anne C and Gupta, Shashi K and Loeb, Norman G and Lantz, Kathy O and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Hall, Bradley D and Montzka, Stephen A and Dutton, Geoff S and Mühle, Jens and Elkins, James W and Benedetti, Angela and Jones, Luke T and Kaiser, Johannes W and Morcrette, Jean-Jacques and Rémy, Samuel and Weber, Mark and Steinbrecht, Wolfgang and van der A, Ronald J and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Fioletov, Vitali E and Frith, Stacey M and Loyola, Diego and Wild, Jeannette D and Davis, Sean M and Rosenlof, Karen H and Cooper, Owen R and Ziemke, Jerry and Flemming, Johannes and Inness, Antje and Quegan, Shaun and Ciais, Phillipe and Santoro, M and Pinty, Bernard and Gobron, Nadine and van der Werf, Guido R and Newlin, Michele L and Gregg, Margarita C and Xue, Yan and Hu, Zeng-Zhen and Kumar, Arun and Banzon, Viva and ... and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Faculty of Sciences and Göteborgs universitet and Institutionen för geovetenskaper and Gothenburg University and Department of Earth Sciences and Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology and Institutionen för kemi och molekylärbiologi
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 2014, Volume 95, Issue 7, pp. S1 - S279
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by Achberger, Christine and Ackerman, Stephen A and Albanil, Adelina and Alexander, P and Alfaro, Eric J and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Ambenje, Peter and Andrianjafinirina, Solonomenjanahary and Antonov, John and Aravequia, Jose A and Arendt, A and Arévalo, Juan and Arndt, Derek S and Ashik, I and Atheru, Zachary and Banzon, Viva and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sandra and Barriopedro, David E and Beard, Grant and Becker, Andreas and Behrenfeld, Michael J and Bell, Gerald D and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, Germar and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bhatt, U and Bidegain, Mario and Bindoff, Nathan and Bissolli, Peter and Blake, Eric S and Blunden, Jessica and Booneeady, Raj and Bosilovich, Michael and Box, J.E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Brown, L and Bruhwiler, Lori and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Burrows, John and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Jayaka and Cao, Y and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, Gualberto and Chambers, Don P and Chang'A, L and Chappell, Petra and Chehade, Wissam and Cheliah, Muthuvel and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Ciais, Phillipe and Coelho, Caio A.S and Cogley, J.G and Colwell, Steve and Cross, J.N and Crouch, Jake and Cunningham, Stuart A and Dacic, Milan and De Jeu, Richard A.M and Dekaa, Francis S and Demircan, Mesut and Derksen, C and Diamond, Howard J and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dolman, A.Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and Dong, Shenfu and Dorigo, Wouter A and Drozdov, D.S and Duguay, Claude R and Dunn, Robert J.H and Dúran-Quesada, Ana M and Dutton, Geoff S and Ehmann, Christian and Elkins, James W and Euscátegui, Christian and Famiglietti, James S and Fang, Fan and Fauchereau, Nicolas and Feely, Richard A and Fekete, Balázs M and Fenimore, Chris and Fioletov, Vitali E and Fogarty, Chris T and Fogt, Ryan L and Folland, Chris K and Foster, Michael J and Frajka-Williams, Eleanor and Franz, Bryan A and ... and Stockholms universitet and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Institutionen för geologiska vetenskaper
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 08/2013, Volume 94, Issue 8, pp. S1 - S238
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by Blunden, Jessica and Arndt, Derek S and Achberger, Christine and Ackerman, Stephen A and Albanil, Adelina and Alexander, P and Alfaro, Eric J and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Ambenje, Peter and Andrianjafinirina, Solonomenjanahary and Antonov, John and Aravequia, Jose A and Arendt, A and Arevalo, Juan and Ashik, I and Atheru, Zachary and Banzon, Viva and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sandra and Barriopedro, David E and Beard, Grant and Becker, Andreas and Behrenfeld, Michael J and Bell, Gerald D and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, Germar and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bhatt, U and Bidegain, Mario and Bindoff, Nathan and Bissolli, Peter and Blake, Eric S and Booneeady, Raj and Bosilovich, Michael and Box, J. E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Brown, L and Bruhwiler, Lori and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Burrows, John and Calderon, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Jayaka and Cao, Y and Cappelen, J and Carrasco, Gualberto and Chambers, Don P and Chang'a, L and Chappell, Petra and Chehade, Wissam and Cheliah, Muthuvel and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Ciais, Phillipe and Coelho, Caio A. S and Cogley, J. G and Colwell, Steve and Cross, J. N and Crouch, Jake and Cunningham, Stuart A and Dacic, Milan and De Jeu, Richard A. M and Dekaa, Francis S and Demircan, Mesut and Derksen, C and Diamond, Howard J and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and Dong, Shenfu and Dorigo, Wouter A and Drozdov, D. S and Duguay, Claude R and Dunn, Robert J. H and Duran-Quesada, Ana M and Dutton, Geoff S and Ehmann, Christian and Elkins, James W and Euscategui, Christian and Famiglietti, James S and Fang, Fan and Fauchereau, Nicolas and Feely, Richard A and Fekete, Balazs M and Fenimore, Chris and Fioletov, Vitali E and Fogarty, Chris T and Fogt, Ryan L and Folland, Chris K and Foster, Michael J and Frajka-Williams, Eleanor and Franz, Bryan A and ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 2013, Volume 94, Issue 8, p. 1
For the first time in serveral years, the El Nino-Southern Oscillation did not dominate regional climate conditions around the globe. A weak La Ni a dissipated... 
Naturvetenskap | Natural Sciences | Geovetenskap och miljövetenskap | Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 07/2016, Volume 375, Issue 4, pp. 311 - 322
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