|Statement||by W.W. Reed.|
|Series||Monthly weather review. Supplement / U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Weather Bureau ;, no. 32, Monthly weather review., no. 32|
|LC Classifications||QC983 .A21 no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||agr29001775|
These data are for the period to The maps contain the following data: long-term annual mean rainfall; and long-term annual extreme rain years (maximum and minimum, and year). The Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, and Paraguay data resides in 1 book, 'Climatological Data for . Vol. , , issued by the South Carolina Section of the Climate and Crop Service of the Weather Bureau, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; v. , , by the U.S. Weather Bureau Data for July Dec. published in Monthly weather review. Data for . Data includes a national general summary of weather conditions, observed extremes of temp & precip by states, climatological data by station, heating degree/cooling degree days, flood data and losses, and storm summaries. Upper air data, sunshine Publish Year: A brief overview of mass balance data from southern South America (30 • S • S) is given by Casassa et al. . However, most of these studies have addressed Patagonian glaciers, with only.
The Southern Patagonia Icefield (SPI) is located at mid-latitudes in southern South America, which is dominated by the westerly regime and frontal systems. This results in a high frequency of cloudy days (more than 70% of the time) and precipitation by: Historical data since are based on the CRU-TS dataset (Mitchell & Jones, , Int J Climatol ) and has been updated to with CRU-TS Future projections are based on 15 AOGCMs of the CMIP5 multimodel dataset corresponding to the IPCC Assessment Report 5 () x 2 Emission Scenarios (RCP and RCP) x 3. data useful for climatological and hydrological purposes in. the Andes. The purpose of this article is to provide a concise. southern South America (Chile/Argentina) Hobouchian et al. South America - South America - Factors influencing climate: Three principal factors control the features of South America’s climate. The first and most important of them are the subtropical high-pressure air masses over the South Atlantic and South Pacific oceans and their seasonal shifts in position, which determine both large-scale patterns of wind circulation and the location of the rain.
These elements include temperature and rainfall averages and extremes, atmospheric pressures, wind speeds and directions, relative humidity and cloudiness. Since the climatic factors and elements all depend upon the daily weather conditions, the discussion of the climates of South America must necessarily draw heavily on meteorological by: In this book, leading geologists, biologists, and climatologists examine the separation and subsequent history of Africa and South America, provide an up-to-date comparative view of their flora and fauna, and summarize current knowledge about the biogeographical relationships among major groups of . Meteorological Analyses over South America. The latest GFS forecast issued by the National Centers for Environmental Prediction is presented in seven panels. See Image Titles for Initial and Valid Times. Oklahoma Climatological Survey University of Oklahoma. Rachel Riley. Deputy Director South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center University of Oklahoma. David Sathiaraj. Associate Director Southern Regional Climate Center Louisiana State University. Ward Lyles. Associate Professor Urban Planning Program University of Kansas. Pamela Plotkin.