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Temperature Trends (China)

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Temperature Trends (Regional: Asia - China)

Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.


* -- A Two-and-a-half Century Winter Temperature Reconstruction from Northern China

* -- A 119-Year Temperature Reconstruction for the South China Sea

* -- A Two-century Reconstruction of Summer Temperatures on the Southeastern Tibetan Plateau

* -- A Global Warming Hiatus in Northeast China

* -- A 4000-Year Record of Climate and War in China

* -- No Long-term Warming in a 300-Year Temperature Reconstruction for the Tibetan Plateau

* -- Absence of a Warming Trend in a 244-year Chinese Temperature Reconstruction

* -- A 341-year Temperature Reconstruction for Southwest China

* -- More Evidence of the Great 21st Century Warming Pause

* -- A 2000-Year Temperature History of China's Animaqin Mountains

* -- Two Thousand Years of Chinese Climate History: What It Tells Us

* -- A Two-Millennia Relationship Between Climate and Economic Data

* -- A 2,000-Year History of Temperature and Precipitation on the Central Tibetan Plateau

Two Thousand Years of Temperature Change in China

Temperature of North-Central Shaanzi, China, Since AD 1826

Chinese Scientists Predict Imminent Global Cooling

650 Years of Climate in Lake Erhai, China

Give Peace a Chance: Turn Up the Heat!

Land Use Changes and Surface Warming in Eastern China

The Temperature History of Eastern China Over the Past Two Millennia

East Asia and North Atlantic Climates of the Past Two Millennia: What Links Them?

More Insights from Chinese Climate Records

A 2000-Year Temperature Record of a Big Chunk of China

Changes in Extreme Temperatures in China Over the Past Half-Century

Two Thousand Years of Chinese Climate