Sample records for 全球气温 (global temperature)
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Regional Summer Temperature Decrease against Global Warming in China, Landform Effect?

LU, Aigang; PANG, Deqian; HE, Yuanqing; PANG, Hongxi; WANG, Tianming; GE, Jianping

[英文摘要]: The data of 16o national meteorological observatory (NMO) stations with long-term monthly temperature data for China were analyzed in this study to show the basin-centered summer temperature decrease against global warming in the past half century. The summer and winter isotherm struc...

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Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic history of the central Chinese Tian Shan: Reactivated tectonic structures and active deformation

Jolivet, M.; Dominguez, Stephane; Charreau, Julien; Chen, Yan; Li, Yongan; Wang, Qingchen

The present-day topography of the Tian Shan range is considered to result from crustal shortening related to the ongoing India-Asia collision that started in the early Tertiary. In this study we report evidence for several episodes of localized tectonic activity which occurred prior to that major or...

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Climate change in China the development of China's climate policy and its integration into a new international post-Kyoto climate regime

Oberheitmann, Andreas; Sternfeld, Eva

According to the IPCC's Fourth Assessment Report, global emissions of carbon dioxide have to be reduced by about 80 per cent by 2050 in order to stabilise the increase in global temperature at 2 to 2.4°C by 2100 compared with its pre-industrial level. An increase of only 2°C would bring about "accep...

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Climate Change in China – The Development of China’s Climate Policy and Its Integration into a New International Post-Kyoto Climate Regime

Andreas Oberheitmann; Tsinghua University; Eva Sternfeld; Technical University Berlin

According to the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report, global emissions of carbon dioxide have to be reduced by about 80 per cent by 2050 in order to stabilise the increase in global temperature at 2 to 2.4°C by 2100 compared with its pre-industrial level. An increase of only 2°C would bring about “accep...

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