David E Parker


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David E

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Parker

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2016-05 Tempo-spatial characteristics of sub-daily temperature trends in mainland China in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2010-07 Assessment of the uncertainties in temperature change in China during the last century in SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2004-11 Climate: Large-scale warming is not urban in NATURE
  • 2003-12 Probable causes of late twentieth century tropospheric temperature trends in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2001-09 The Effect of Increasing the Mean on the Percentage of Extreme Values in Gaussian and Skew Distributions. Response to X. Zhang et al. in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 2001-08 The Changing Incidence of Extremes in Worldwide and Central England Temperatures to the End of the Twentieth Century in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 2000-11 Climate Observations - The Instrumental Record in SPACE SCIENCE REVIEWS
  • 1999-05 The Use of Indices to Identify Changes in Climatic Extremes in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1999-05 Workshop on Indices and Indicators for Climate Extremes, Asheville, NC, USA, 3–6 June 1997 Breakout Group C: Temperature Indices for Climate Extremes in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1999 The Use of Indices to Identify Changes in Climatic Extremes in WEATHER AND CLIMATE EXTREMES
  • 1999 Workshop on Indices and Indicators for Climate Extremes, Asheville, NC, USA, 3–6 June 1997 Breakout Group C: Temperature Indices for Climate Extremes in WEATHER AND CLIMATE EXTREMES
  • 1999 Large Scale Modes of Ocean Surface Temperature Since the Late Nineteenth Century in BEYOND EL NIÑO
  • 1996-12 Human effect on global climate? in NATURE
  • 1996-05 Global surface temperatures in NATURE
  • 1996 Critical Issues for Long-Term Climate Monitoring in LONG-TERM CLIMATE MONITORING BY THE GLOBAL CLIMATE OBSERVING SYSTEM
  • 1996 Marine Surface Temperature: Observed Variations and Data Requirements in LONG-TERM CLIMATE MONITORING BY THE GLOBAL CLIMATE OBSERVING SYSTEM
  • 1995-12 Marine surface temperature: Observed variations and data requirements in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1995-12 Critical issues for long-term climate monitoring in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1989-10 Biases in satellite-derived sea-surface-temperature data in NATURE
  • 1988-04 Evidence for global warming in the past decade in NATURE
  • 1984-08 Worldwide marine temperature fluctuations 1856–1981 in NATURE
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