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This worthwhile quantity set of Advances in Geosciences keeps the superb culture of the Asia-Oceania clinical neighborhood in delivering the main up to date study effects on a variety of geosciences and environmental technology. the data is key to the certainty of the consequences of weather swap, severe weathers at the such a lot populated areas and quickest relocating economies on the earth. along with, those volumes additionally spotlight unique papers from many prestigious examine associations that are doing innovative examine in atmospheric physics, hydrological technology and water source, ocean technology and coastal learn, planetary exploration and sunlight method technology, seismology, tsunamis, higher atmospheric physics and area technology.
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As one of many eighteen field-specific reviews comprising the great scope of the strategic normal document of the chinese language Academy of Sciences, this sub-report addresses long-range making plans for constructing technological know-how and know-how within the box of marine technology. They every one craft a roadmap for his or her sphere of improvement to 2050.
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6, the changes of precipitation and 850 hPa streamline from day 11 to day 19 relative to lunation are shown composited by 38 months. The thickdashed line denotes the ridge of SPA at the full moon. As shown in Fig. 6, the precipitation near the SPA region across the full moon increased in the south part of the ridge and decreased in the north part. The enhanced precipitation may both correspond to the windward coastal region near Taiwan and Philippines and the southeastward extension of the MLTC.
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To understand the climate changes in the Korean summer rainfall, the similarities and discrepancies in the interannual variability of July and August rainfall should be investigated ﬁrst. To do so, the changes in Changma (July rainfall) and Post-Changma (August rainfall) over the Korean Peninsula have been discussed, using long-term records based on the synoptic station data including those of Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Mokpo, and Gangneung. Furthermore, the characteristics of the sea surface temperature (SST) and circulation associated with the July/August rainfall anomalies are investigated in the present study.