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First 659 results for ” O Belprat”

  1. Albatross movement suggests sensitivity to infrasound cues at sea

    The ways in which seabirds navigate over very large spatial scales remain poorly understood. Whil...

    N Gillies, LM Martín López, OFC den Ouden, JD Assink, M Basille, TA Clay, S Clusella-Trullas, R Joo, H Weimerskirch, M Zampolli, JN Zeyl, SC Patrick | Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Science | Year: 2023 | doi: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2218679120

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  2. Downscaling daily air-temperature measurements in the Netherlands

    High-resolution, regularly gridded air-temperature maps are frequently used in climatology, hydro...

    Dirksen, M, W. H. Knap, G.-J. Steenveld, B. Holtslag, A. Klein Tank | Journal: Theoretical and Applied Climatology | Volume: 142 (1) | Year: 2020 | First page: 751 | Last page: 767 | doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00704-020-03313-1

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  3. Global hotspots in soil moisture-based drought trends

    Decreasing soil moisture and increasing frequency and intensity of soil drought episodes are amon...

    Jan Řehoř, , Miroslav Trnka, . Rudolf Brazdil, Milan Fischer, Jan Balek, Gerard van der Schrier and Song Feng | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 19 | Year: 2024 | First page: 014021 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ad0f01

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  4. Spatiotemporal variation and provincial scale differences of the AOD across China during 2000–2021.

    The spatiotemporal variation of the aerosol optical depth (AOD) over China was studied using MODI...

    de Leeuw, G., Fan, C, Li, Z., Dong, J., Li, Y., Ou, Y., and Zhu, S. | Journal: Atmospheric Pollution Research | Volume: 13 | Year: 2022 | First page: 101359 | doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apr.2022.101359

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  5. Quantification of methane emissions from hotspots and during COVID-19 using a global atmospheric inversion

    Concentrations of atmospheric methane (CH4), the second most important greenhouse gas, continue t...

    McNorton J., Bousserez N., Agusti-Panareda A., Balsamo G., Cantarello L., Engelen R., Huijnen V., Inness A., Kipling Z., Parrington M., Ribas R. | Journal: Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics | Volume: 22 (9) | Year: 2022 | First page: 5961 | Last page: 5981 | doi: 10.5194/acp-22-5961-2022

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