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The change in global cliamte and the Asian Monsoon in the Mid-Holocene (6000 Years BP)

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Title
The change in global cliamte and the Asian Monsoon in the Mid-Holocene (6000 Years BP)
Other Titles
홀로세중기의 전지구기후변화 및 아시아 몬순의 변화
Authors
Thomas J. Crowley
Kim, Seong-Joong
Lee, Bang Yong
석봉출
박유민
Keywords
Asia monsoon; CCM3; global climate; mid-Holocene; numerical model
Issue Date
2005
Citation
Thomas J. Crowley, et al. 2005. The change in global cliamte and the Asian Monsoon in the Mid-Holocene (6000 Years BP). Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources. Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources. 2005.12.06~.
Abstract
The most active convection in Asian monsoon areas leads to a transfer of heat and moisture to adjacent lands and largely influences the climate, culture, and economy in those areas [Fein and Stephens, 1987
Ding, 1994
Webster et al., 1998]. There are two phases of the Asian monsoon: wet and dry. The wet phase refers to the rainy season during which warm, moist winds blow to land from tropical oceans, while the dry phase refers to a dry season during which cold and dry air blows from the continents. The inter-annual fluctuation of the monsoon is known to largely influence agriculture. A weak monsoon year (i.e. significantly less total rainfall than normal) is generally associated with low crop yields, while a strong monsoon usually produces abundant crops though too much rain leads to devastating floods.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/7600
Conference Name
Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources
Conference Place
Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources
Conference Date
2005.12.06~
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