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Ma, B., Zhang, B., Jia, Y.Q., et al. (2017) Temporal and Spatial Variations of the First and Last Frost Dates in China’s Inland Agricultural Region from 1961 to 2014 and Their Relationships with Circulation Factors. Acta Mechanica Sinica, 75, 661-671.

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  • TITLE: The Climate Change in Qingdao during 1899-2015 and Its Response to Global Warming

    AUTHORS: Feiyan Guo, Yan Ma, Kaijing Zhang, Lei Han, Lina Guo

    KEYWORDS: Climate Trend, Global Warming, Temperature, Precipitation

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, Vol.6 No.9, September 5, 2018

    ABSTRACT: In this work, the average mean (TAvg), maximum (TMax), and minimum temperature (TMin) and precipitation records of Qingdao from 1899 to 2015 are analyzed. The TAvg, TMax and TMin all go through several warm and cold periods, and exhibit statistically significant linear warming trend especially in spring and winter, as a response to global warming. Besides, the TAvg reflects more the TMin evolution for the most part, either as a trend or an abrupt change, and the contribution of TMin to Tavg is far greater than that of TMax. The abrupt change year of climate is also around 1979 in Qingdao, and it is 2 or 3-years later than the TAvg for the TMin, while there is no abrupt change of TMax. In terms of the precipitation in Qingdao, it varies periodically and dramatically with a slow increasing trend. As for the seasonal precipitation, the precipitation varies widely year by year for the four seasons but with no obvious variation trend except for spring.