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Detecting trends in climate variables on decadal scales requires highly accurate, stable measurements and retrieval algorithms.
The two most prominent recurring variations are the El Nino-Southern Oscillation and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation.
The main area left undiscovered while reporting the variations in decadal precipitation variability is its mapping, which would provide an immediate visual image of these significant variations that have a strong impact on the hydrological regime of this region.
O ENOS e o principal modulador da variabilidade interanual e a ODP tem sido considerada como um importante modo de variabilidade de baixa e baixissima frequencia em escalas decadal e multidecadal (CAVALCANTI e OLIVEIRA, 1996; KAYANO e ANDREOLI, 2006; 2009; CAVALCANTI e AMBRIZZI, 2009; GRIMM, 2009a).
More recent data indicate that global climate factors associated with decadal and multidecadal oscillations in the Pacific and Atlantic influence population abundances of estuarine species in addition to the annual and interannual factors noted in earlier studies.
We can't be sure this is the end of the slowdown but decadal warming rates are likely to reach late 20th century levels within two years," he added.
Keeping in view the extent of the issue, this study has been planned to highlight decadal temperature trend analysis by using mean minimum and mean maximum temperature and mean rainfall data of Lahore Metropolitan city over the last three decade (1981- 2013).
Part of the first tier of missions recommended for NASA by the Earth Science Decadal Survey,it is scheduled for launch in 29 January 2015.
In Southern California, climate events such as El Nino Southern Oscillation and Pacific Decadal Oscillation can greatly influence the growth of a species.
Professor Adam Scaife, head of monthly to decadal prediction at the Met Office, described it as "a big step forward in our efforts to better predict the risk of disruptive winter weather weeks ahead".
In 2003, the National Research Council presented the National Aeronautics and Space Administration with a decadal science strategy survey, which helped the space agency plan and conduct research for the next ten years.
On longer multi-decadal time scales, there is a network of atmospheric and oceanic circulation regimes, including the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation.
WMO's report shows that global warming accelerated in the four decades of 1971 to 2010 and that the decadal rate of increase between 1991-2000 and 2001-2010 was unprecedented.
Table-2 convincingly indicates that, the decadal growth rate of population (17.
In addition, some authors have investigated the processes related to the growth of the SST error in several CMIP5 decadal hindcasts over the south tropical Atlantic, concluding that, in particular, for HadCM3 the ocean integrates the anomalous deep thermocline without advecting the excess of heat content out (Toniazzo and Woolnough 2013).