Seasonal shifts in hydroclimatology over the Western United States. Regonda, Rahagopalan, Clark, and Pitlick 2005. Journal of Climate, 18:372-384 Presented by ScienceWoman. Outline. Introduction Methods Results Conclusions. Introduction. A) Background
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Regonda, Rahagopalan, Clark, and Pitlick
2005. Journal of Climate, 18:372-384
Presented by ScienceWoman
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Scatterplots showing relationships between weather station elevation and trends in (a) warm day spells, (b) winter precipitation), © winter tempeature, (d) a map illustrating the spatial distribution of coop stations below 800 m (squares), between 800 and 2500 m (open circles), and above 2500 (filled circles). Note that there are very few COOP stations at high elevations.More ResultsFigure 7