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The Causes and Effects and Control Systems of Industrial Air Pollution

Md Owahedur Rahman, Muhammad Bilal Tariq
2019 Zenodo  
We employ the concept of web scrapping to extract data from the cloud based storage files (the concept of cloud based are written to the Spread Sheet makes our system to be a near-to-real-time system.  ...  It is responsible to receive, collect data from sensors and to dispatch it to appropriate storage service hosted on cloud or web platforms (e.g. Google Sheets and Databases).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3245566 fatcat:dxygquztabhvzjzri3anourdpm

Environmental Informatics

James E. Frew, Jeff Dozier
2012 Annual Review Environment and Resources  
Cloud computing and array-friendly databases will help bring processing to the data.  ...  The storage-computing trade-off is now heavily skewed in favor of moving calculations to the data. Provenance metadata help determine a data object's reliability and trustworthiness.  ...  Examples include those in Section 3: the rising trend of atmospheric CO 2 , the Antarctic ozone hole, the role of polar stratospheric clouds, the structure of the Gulf Stream, and the existence of warm-core  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-042711-121244 fatcat:77gxkcjbkrcgpoop6xmjg4pqum

Prospects for Future Climate Change and the Reasons for Early Action

Michael C. MacCracken
2008 Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association  
Food storage also becomes more important as temperatures rise, and this requires continuing access to electricity, which is likely to become increasingly vulnerable as storms intensify.  ...  directly (by affecting the droplet number distribution, and therefore cloud reflectivity) and indirectly (by altering the lifetimes of clouds and cloud droplets).  ... 
doi:10.3155/1047-3289.58.6.735 pmid:18581807 fatcat:6mixv3p4znazpai5cbc6ipnake

"Prospects for Future Climate Change and the Reasons for Early Action"

Michael C. MacCracken
2008 Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association  
Food storage also becomes more important as temperatures rise, and this requires continuing access to electricity, which is likely to become increasingly vulnerable as storms intensify.  ...  directly (by affecting the droplet number distribution, and therefore cloud reflectivity) and indirectly (by altering the lifetimes of clouds and cloud droplets).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10473289.2008.10465571 fatcat:xy327ogrzvgf3m2qu6bosj7mzi

Climate [chapter]

2005 A Climate Modelling Primer  
The Budyko or 'bucket' model dates back to 1969.  ...  Data are distributed without regard to local storage format.  ...  We do not claim that the lists are definitive or exhaustive, but we hope they are representative of the material you can find 'out there'.  ... 
doi:10.1002/0470857617.ch1 fatcat:evealdfftfba5oec3bgmjzanaa

McGraw-Hill dictionary of environmental science

2003 ChoiceReviews  
There are other bit players in the stratosphere. These are collections of droplets called polar stratospheric clouds.  ...  When polar stratospheric clouds form, they tie up stratospheric nitrogen so that it is not available to bind extra chlorine.  ...  A big concern facing geologists in the long-term storage of radioactive waste is that (a) people living in the area will begin to glow in the dark (b) the half-life will take even longer to pass (c) groundwater  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.41-1914 fatcat:ndxpksu6tzai3ikahwey5yrgcy

Simulating Terrestrial Systems [chapter]

Andrew Gettelman, Richard B. Rood
2016 Earth Systems Data and Models  
This is similar to parameterizations of clouds in the atmosphere designed to represent a distribution of clouds and their effects, not a single cloud.  ...  The precipitation, minus the evaporation, is used to fill or empty the bucket, and if the bucket of soil gets to a threshold where it cannot hold any more water (the soil's field capacity), the water runs  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-48959-8_7 fatcat:xlddy6e6bjh2zb4uot4im5raem

RAMS 2001: Current status and future directions

W. R. Cotton, R. A. Pielke Sr., R. L. Walko, G. E. Liston, C. J. Tremback, H. Jiang, R. L. McAnelly, J. Y. Harrington, M. E. Nicholls, G. G. Carrio, J. P. McFadden
2003 Meteorology and atmospheric physics (Print)  
The applications include basic research on clouds, cloud systems, and storms, examination of interactions between tropical deep convective systems and ocean circulations, simulations of tropical cyclones  ...  This suggests that transition-season Arctic stratus may be very vulnerable to anthropogenic sources of IFN, which can alter cloud structure sufficiently to affect the rates of melting and freezing of the  ...  Like the lifted index, the more negative the value of CSI, the better the potential for finding good thermals for soaring gliders.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00703-001-0584-9 fatcat:z3ri6wzoyzcbrj7eqs7lch56ju

Resistance and Resilience of A Stream Salamander To Supraseasonal Drought

Steven J. Price, Robert A. Browne, Michael E. Dorcas
2012 Herpetologica  
, cloud thickness and cloud life time.  ...  Stratospheric ozone plays a dominant role in the stratospheric radiative balance. Its concentration is highest in the ozone layer. P.  ...  of clouds.  ... 
doi:10.1655/herpetologica-d-11-00084.1 fatcat:utef5ar3prh5tleynfkbkensqy

Forty years of numerical climate modelling

K. McGuffie, A. Henderson‐Sellers
2001 International Journal of Climatology  
An interesting twist on the evolution from the very simple 'bucket' land model of Manabe (1969) to the complex schemes of today (e.g.  ...  Removal of vegetation and exposure of bare soil decreases soil water storage and capacity, increases runoff and increases the albedo (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1002/joc.632.abs fatcat:bmihp6uoibarpn4efkwmiir3nu

Forty years of numerical climate modelling

K. McGuffie, A. Henderson-Sellers
2001 International Journal of Climatology  
An interesting twist on the evolution from the very simple 'bucket' land model of Manabe (1969) to the complex schemes of today (e.g.  ...  Removal of vegetation and exposure of bare soil decreases soil water storage and capacity, increases runoff and increases the albedo (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1002/joc.632 fatcat:tod7yuuoizb7nmmaev7q57ypva

Accepting the challenge [chapter]

2013 Climate Change  
These help to rainfall, cloud cover and extreme temperature keep Earth some 33°C warmer than if there were no events, but due to large natural variability these are greenhouse gases and clouds in the atmosphere  ...  Elevated ultraviolet radiation levels [a combined effect of global warming and stratospheric ozone depletion] will affect people, plants, and animals. 10.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315870359-18 fatcat:lsitjyivjvcqfja6uyv4aabtgq

Global Data For Global Science

Multiple Authors
2015 Zenodo  
The present work was done by using resources of the OneSpaceNet (the NICT science cloud).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was conducted by using the machine resource of One Space Net (OSN) in the NICT Science Cloud Service.  ...  In the NICT science cloud, we construct a distributed data storage system named "OSN cloud storage", equipped over the JGN-x.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.34188 fatcat:dhoudwjt2bdjnmnq2e3jubmysa

The Social Responsibility of Software Development

Diomidis Spinellis
2017 IEEE Software  
Looking a little further into the challenges for adopting clouds, I would first like to categorize the challenges into three high-level buckets: migration, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), and Data handling  ...  Assure standard infrastructure architecture &validate the environment is set up properly incldg Storage Area Network (SAN)/Network Attached Storage (NAS) storage mount, &load balancer.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2017.48 fatcat:rxhnc3vjkjaddewb4jg6zl6sca

Iron Age Vulnerability. The Fimbulwinter hypothesis and the archaeology of the inlands of eastern Norway

Ingar Mørkestøl Gundersen
2021 Zenodo  
By using vulnerability and resilience as analytical tools, the subsistence and settlement patterns of selected landscapes are analysed against the possibility of crop failure and famine, with emphasis  ...  on specialised production, storage, and well-functioning infrastructure.  ...  The estimated stratospheric sulphuric load varies according to available methods and data.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5782895 fatcat:jqj7wwoup5hu3kdllioo4srp5u
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