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Marine Heatwaves in Siberian Arctic Seas and Adjacent Region

Elena Golubeva, Marina Kraineva, Gennady Platov, Dina Iakshina, Marina Tarkhanova
2021 Remote Sensing  
The simulation of the Arctic Ocean variability from 2000 to 2020 showed marine heatwaves and their increasing intensity in the northern region of the Kara and Laptev seas, closely connected to the disappearance  ...  Results show that the second decade of the 21st century for the Siberian Arctic seas turned significantly warmer than the first decade, and the increase in SST in the Arctic seas could be considered in  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors kindly thank three anonymous reviewers for their constructive criticism and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13214436 fatcat:a5fkrck5lvgbfhtov4aeuqx6qm


2018 Oryx  
The reserve is located in the New Siberian Islands archipelago and the adjacent water areas of the Laptev and East Siberian Seas and will cover  million ha, of which almost  million ha are marine areas  ...  /Russia-protects-vasttract-of-Arctic-land-and-sea Azerbaijan to create first Marine Protected Area in the Caspian Sea Azerbaijan is expanding the under-resourced Gizilaghaj State Reserve to form  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605318000613 fatcat:q26pxrcg3zfrbabbv6x6mlh76u

Possible future scenarios in the gateways to the Arctic for Subarctic and Arctic marine systems: II. prey resources, food webs, fish, and fisheries

Franz J Mueter, Benjamin Planque, George L Hunt, Irene D Alabia, Toru Hirawake, Lisa Eisner, Padmini Dalpadado, Melissa Chierici, Kenneth F Drinkwater, Naomi Harada, Per Arneberg, Sei-Ichi Saitoh (+1 others)
2021 ICES Journal of Marine Science  
We review climate change impacts on two major gateways into the Arctic: the Bering and Chukchi seas in the Pacific and the Barents Sea and Fram Strait in the Atlantic.  ...  Climate change impacts are pronounced at high latitudes, where warming, reduced sea-ice-cover, and ocean acidification affect marine ecosystems.  ...  Acknowledgements This project was undertaken under the auspices of the Ecosystem Studies of Subarctic and Arctic Seas (ESSAS), a regional program of IMBER.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsab122 fatcat:nmgi3s6s7jcf7b4pq55uammnuy


2021 Oryx  
This year's Siberian heatwave was made at least  times more likely by industrial and agricultural emissions.  ...  Graphs of sea-ice extent in the Laptev Sea were not showing the usual healthy seasonal pulse. As a result, there was a record amount of open sea in the Arctic.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605320001416 fatcat:hpshiux6oba6pfp553hkfoq5i4

Framing and Context of the Report [chapter]

2022 The Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate  
Almost 10% of the global population lives in the Arctic or high mountain regions.  ...  People in these regions face the greatest exposure to ocean and cryosphere change, and poor and marginalised people here are particularly vulnerable to climate-related hazards and risks (very high confidence  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks are due to Mohd Abdul Fahad, Mohamed Khamla, Jelto von Schuckmann and Debabrat Sukla for their assistance with early versions of figures and graphics.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781009157964.009 fatcat:e4odelqmhrawvpdt5abv24qpxy

State of the Climate in 2020

J. Blunden, T. Boyer
2021 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
AbstractEditors note: For easy download the posted pdf of the State of the Climate in 2020 is a very low-resolution file. A high-resolution copy of the report is available by clicking here.  ...  It was as low as 20%-60% of normal in wide regions around the Black Sea (Fig. 7.38) .  ...  Ted Scambos was supported under NASA grant NNX14AM54G, the Arctic Sea Ice News and Analysis project and NSF ANT 1738992, the NSF-NERC International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration TARSAN project.  ... 
doi:10.1175/2021bamsstateoftheclimate.1 fatcat:2fmwtvqkknbtfoh6ffxlnehe7i

Poleward bound: adapting to climate-driven species redistribution

Jess Melbourne-Thomas, Asta Audzijonyte, Madeleine J. Brasier, Katherine A. Cresswell, Hannah E. Fogarty, Marcus Haward, Alistair J. Hobday, Heather L. Hunt, Scott D. Ling, Phillipa C. McCormack, Tero Mustonen, Kaisu Mustonen (+7 others)
2021 Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries  
In some regions, such redistributions are already causing dramatic shifts in marine socioecological systems, profoundly altering ecosystem structure and function, challenging domestic and international  ...  Actions taken over the coming decade (2021-2030) can help us adapt to species redistributions and minimise negative impacts on ecosystems and human communities, achieving a more sustainable future in the  ...  On the coasts of the East Siberian Sea, the Indigenous Chukchi who utilize the coast line and the adjacent deltas for their fisheries in the High Arctic in the Russian North, have decided to stay on country  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11160-021-09641-3 pmid:33814734 pmcid:PMC8006506 fatcat:ql6mmvik4jaqxo4rn2a6dyczqa

Extreme temperature and precipitation response to solar dimming and stratospheric aerosol geoengineering

Duoying Ji, Songsong Fang, Charles L. Curry, Hiroki Kashimura, Shingo Watanabe, Jason N. S. Cole, Andrew Lenton, Helene Muri, Ben Kravitz, John C. Moore
2018 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
, sea ice and soil moisture.  ...  There is larger cooling of TNn and maximum temperatures (TXx) over land compared with oceans, and the land–sea cooling contrast is larger for TXx than TNn.  ...  Siberian coastal region, East Antarctica and the adjacent ocean regions.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-18-10133-2018 fatcat:emqizvjq4bdn7j5cu5nojkbxvq

State of the Climate in 2019

J. Blunden, D. S. Arndt
2020 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
Editors note: For easy download the posted pdf of the State of the Climate in 2019 is a very low-resolution file. A high-resolution copy of the report is available by clicking here.  ...  We acknowledge in particular major contributions in the Southern Ocean in 2019 from IMOS (Integrated Marine Observing System, Australia) and from SO-MEMO (Observing System -Mammals as samplers of the Ocean  ...  December 2019 was extremely mild with highest monthly anomalies between +8°C and +10°C in the Arkhangelsk region in northwestern European Russia, with many new records of daily g.  ... 
doi:10.1175/2020bamsstateoftheclimate.1 fatcat:sk6dhlx7kjdaplhmyoa4c764zi

Global Climate

Robert J. H. Dunn, F. Aldred, Nadine Gobron, John B. Miller, Kate M. Willett, M. Ades, Robert Adler, Richard, P. Allan, Rob Allan, J. Anderson, Anthony Argüez, C. Arosio (+163 others)
2021 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
MERRA-2 Apr-Jun seasonal heatwave frequency (HWF; count) and heatwave magnitude (HWM; °C; Callow et al. 2020) area averaged for the Siberian region affected by anomalous heat wave conditions (60°-160°E  ...  TWS decreases near 40°N can be attributed to four factors (Plate 2.1q): droughts in California, the central United States, and the land adjacent to the Aegean Sea and Black Seas; glacier ablation in the  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-21-0098.1 fatcat:pkoben2dorcmngmr2wwk6wtmfa

Continents under Climate Change

Denis Mercier
2012 Norois  
marine methane hydrates off the Siberian coast.  ...  and sea level, rapidly retreating glaciers, thawing permafrost, lengthening growing seasons, lengthening ice-free seasons in the ocean and on lakes and rivers, earlier snowmelt, and alterations in river  ...  These models expect a more intensive warming in high latitudes (arctic, subarctic, and boreal regions) in comparison to the world average.  ... 
doi:10.4000/norois.4241 fatcat:tu6xxdoy4nexxly6zaojevid2y

Climate change and freshwater fisheries [chapter]

Chris Harrod
2015 Freshwater Fisheries Ecology  
It details observed and future predicted effects of climate change on freshwater ecosystems across Arctic, temperate and tropical climatic zones and highlights those areas where data are currently limiting  ...  levels, and future scenarios are discussed.  ...  *Measured through water column in lakes. particularly in data-deficient regions such as Arctic, arid, Mediterranean, and tropical regions as well as the southern hem isphere as a whole Symon et al., 2005  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118394380.ch50 fatcat:aoxnehaufnhddfpwfddaextosm

Alien species of Mediterranean origin in the Baltic Sea Region: current state and risk assessment

Aldona Dobrzycka-Krahel, Silvia Medina-Villar
2020 Environmental Reviews  
The Mediterranean Sea Region (MSR) has not been explored as a common donor of alien species to the Baltic Sea Region (BSR); however, in the context of global warming, the BSR could be more suitable for  ...  Due to globalization and climate warming, the introduction and establishment of alien species has increased in recent years.  ...  Arctic region.  ... 
doi:10.1139/er-2019-0074 fatcat:fikf7v6lfjdf7jxqrlilhkhpum

Resistance and Resilience of A Stream Salamander To Supraseasonal Drought

Steven J. Price, Robert A. Browne, Michael E. Dorcas
2012 Herpetologica  
Changes have also occurred in the timing of the spring freshet, the dominant flow event on Arctic rivers, but these have not been spatially consistent over the last 60 years, with adjacent Siberian rivers  ...  Taiga The northernmost belt of boreal forest adjacent to the Arctic tundra.  ...  ) or increasing marine influence (e.g., relative sea-level rise).  ... 
doi:10.1655/herpetologica-d-11-00084.1 fatcat:utef5ar3prh5tleynfkbkensqy

Arctic Report Card 2018 : Effects of persistent Arctic warming continue to mount

E. Osborne, J. Richter-Menge, M.O. Jeffries
Acknowledgments Financial support for the Arctic Report Card is provided by the Arctic Research Program in the NOAA Climate Program Office.  ...  The processing and analysis of near real time data for Russian Arctic rivers was supported in part by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant 18-05-60192).  ...  The east Siberian and Beaufort Seas were 3° C colder in July 2018 than in 2017.  ... 
doi:10.25923/krcx-z320 fatcat:4dvhnvkjnjay3ktho4lriw6kvy
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