• Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 133-136

  • Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 137-144

    Abstract
    There is scientific progress in the evaluation methods of recent Earth system models (ESMs). Methods range from single variable to multi-variables, multi-processes, multi-phenomena [...]

  • Z. Zong-Ci, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 51-56

  • S. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 17-27

    Abstract
    This paper reviews the CO2 emissions data for China provided by various international organizations and databases (namely IEA, BP, EDGAR/PBL/JRC, CDIAC, EIA and CAIT) and [...]

  • X. Zhuang, K. Jiang, X. Zhao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 159-165

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    By using methods of carbon footprint analysis, and impacts of population, affluence and technology (IPAT), this article analyzes the carbon footprints of residence and travel, [...]

  • J. Zhu-Gang, C. Wen-Jia, W. Can
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 34-40

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    Consensus and disagreements between China and the U.S. are the key factors influencing the direction that global climate negotiation is heading for. By taking into account [...]

  • S. Zhou, M. Shi, N. Li, Y. Yuan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 124-133

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    In this paper we examine the impacts of carbon tax policy on CO2 mitigation effects and economic growth in China by using a dynamic energy-environment-economy computable general [...]

  • W. Zhou, N. Jin, Z. Lin, G. Wu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 92-100

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    Here we review the activities and recent accomplishments resulting from the global change and Future Earth initiative studies in China. As a new international research initiative, [...]

  • T. Zhou
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 81-83

  • G. Zhi, X. Zhang, H. Cheng, J. Jin, F. Zhang, T. Wang, X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 12-22

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    Black carbon (BC) aerosol, accounting for a minor fraction of atmospheric aerosols, is attracting increased attention due to its impact on air quality, human health, and climate [...]

  • W. Zhi-Yong, L. Gui-Hua, L. Zhi-Yu, W. Jin-Xing, X. Heng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

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    The study investigated the trend of extreme flood events in the Pearl River basin during 1951–2010. Stream flow data at 23 gauging stations were used for the study. The [...]

  • M. Zheng, L. Cao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 189-196

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    Using the UVic Earth System Model, this study simulated the change of seawater chemistry and analyzed the chemical habitat surrounding shallow- and cold-water coral reefs [...]

  • M. Zhen-Feng, L. Jia, Z. Shun-Qian, C. Wen-Xiu, Y. Shu-Qun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

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    The present study focused on statistical analysis of interannual, interdecadal variations of climate variables and extreme climate events during the period of 1961–2010 [...]

  • M. Zhen-Feng, L. Jia, Y. Shu-Qun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 223-229

    Abstract
    Due to climate change, the regional agro-climatic conditions in Southwest China have undergone changes. The heat sources for the growth of crops have been improved. The number [...]

  • Z. Zhao, Y. Luo, Y. Jiang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 225-228

  • H. Zhao, G. Jun-Qin, Z. Cun-Jie, S. Lan-Dong, Z. Xu-Dong, L. Jing-Jing, W. You-Heng, F. Feng, M. Peng-Li, L. Cai-Hong, L. Yan-Chun, F. Jian-Gang, L. Lin, L. Hong-Mei, Z. Guang-Fen, D. Zhen-Yong, D. An-Xiang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 7-16

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    Climate change resulted in changes in crop growth duration and planting structure, northward movement of planting region, and more severe plant diseases and insect pests in [...]

  • F. Zhao, L. Yin, L. Gao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 142-148

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    To identify potentially unfair use of international aviation carbon emission rights in different countries, this paper presents a carbon Lorenz curve and Gini coefficient, [...]

  • Z. Zhao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 55-56

  • H. Zhang, Z. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 23-30

    Abstract
    Black carbon (BC) aerosols can strongly absorb solar radiation in very broad spectral wavebands, from the visible to the infrared. As a potential factor contributing to global [...]

  • W. Zhang, X. Pan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 99-104

    Abstract
    The 21st Conference of Party (COP21) held in Paris at the end of 2015 has opened a new era for the joint response dealing with climate change globally, and built up a new [...]

  • D. Zhang, Y. Liang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 91-99

    Abstract
    Between 1876 and 1878 a large-scale drought occurred in China. This is a major meteorological disaster and an extreme climate event despite the cold climate at the end of [...]

  • D. Zhang, X. Gao, A. Zakey, F. Giorgi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 145-153

    Abstract
    In order to understand impacts of global warming on dust aerosol over East Asia, a regional climate model (RegCM3) coupled with a dust model is employed to simulate the present [...]

  • H. Zhang, B. Xie, S. Zhao, Q. Chen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 136-141

    Abstract
    This study reviewed the status of PM2.5 and tropospheric O3 observations in China (15–55°N, 72–136°E). Initially, the distribution of tropospheric O3 over the globe [...]

  • M. Zhang, X. Zhang, R. Liu, L. Hu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 131-135

    Abstract
    Three total column dry-air mole fractions of CO2 (XCO2 ) products from satellite retrievals, namely SCIAMACHY, NIES-GOSAT, and ACOS-GOSAT, in the Northern Hemisphere were [...]

  • X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 17-25

    Abstract
    Biomass energy would become the most potential renewable energies, for whether wind power or photovoltaic, would be restricted by the nature thus cannot provide stable power, [...]

  • D. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 38-42

    Abstract
    The calibration of paleoclimate proxies is one of the key problems in the study of paleoclimate at present. Historical documentary records of climate are suitable for calibration [...]

  • X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 171-177

    Abstract
    Article 3 paragraph 3 and paragraph 4 of the Kyoto Protocol (KP) allow parties to use credits from land-based activities for offsetting their emission reduction/limitation [...]

  • D. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 128-137

    Abstract
    Following disastrous flooding in several river valleys over eastern China in 1755, serious flooding occurred in the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River in 1756 and [...]

  • R. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 131-140

    Abstract
    In the last half century, a significant warming trend occurred in summer over eastern China in the East Asian monsoon region. However, there were no consistent trends with [...]

  • X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 126-130

    Abstract
    Within the context of our current research and understanding of climate change, decisionmakers are particularly concerned with the extent of future climate change, its comprehensive [...]

  • H. Yu, S. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 56-66

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    This article explains the challenges and evolution of climate change governance by linking governance and diplomacy. The challenges of climate change involve not only international [...]

  • S. Yu, X. Gao, C. Ma, L. Zhai
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 79-85

    Abstract
    Global long-term emission reduction targets need well defined options for equitable allocation of greenhouse gas emissions. Scholars from developing countries put forward [...]

  • Y. Yuan, C. Wen-Jia, W. Can, W. Si-Qiang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 220-228

    Abstract
    To meet China’s CO2 intensity target of 40%–45% reduction by 2020 based on the 2005 level, a regional allocation method based on cluster analysis is developed. Thirty [...]

  • J. Yuan-An, C. Ying, Z. Yi-Zhou, C. Peng-Xiang, Y. Xing-Jie, F. Jing, B. Su-Qin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

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    By using the observation data from 89 weather stations in Xinjiang during 1961–2010, this paper analyzed the basic climatic elements including temperature, precipitation, [...]

  • Y. Yong-Na, S. Min-Jun, L. Na, Z. Sheng-Lü
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 154-162

    Abstract
    The intensity allocation criteria of carbon emissions permits and its influence on China’s regional development are analyzed through the 30-province/autonomous region computable [...]

  • R. Yong-Jian, C. Jiang-Xue, W. Su-Qin, L. Min, C. Zheng-Hong, L. Yu-Fang, W. Ji-Jun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 215-222

    Abstract
    In Central China, the obvious climate change has happened along with global warming. Based on the observational analysis, the climate change has significant effects, both [...]

  • X. Yin, T. Dai, J. Xin, D. Gong, J. Yang, N. Teruyuki, G. Shi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 90-98

    Abstract
    A Local Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter assimilation system has been implemented into an aerosol-coupled global nonhydrostatic model to simulate the aerosol mass concentration [...]

  • H. Yin, H. Liu, L. Huang, H. Yu, S. Guo, F. Wang, P. Guo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 100-106

    Abstract
    The monthly mean temperature for October in the Fenglin National Natural Reserve of Wuying, in Heilongjiang province, was reconstructed for the period running from 1796 to [...]

  • X. Ying, Z. Bing, Z. Bo-Tao, D. Si-Yan, Y. Li, L. Rou-Ke
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014).

    Abstract
    Based on the simulations of 22 CMIP5 models in combination with socio-economic data and terrain elevation data, the spatial distribution of risk levels of flood disaster and [...]

  • H. Yi-Ling, C. Bao-De, Y. Xu-Chao, L. Ping
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 84-91

    Abstract
    By using in situ daily observations in East China during 1961–2007 and NCEP reanalysis data, the methods of statistical analyses, urban minus rural and observation minus [...]

  • H. Yi-Ling, M. Hai-Zhen, D. Guang-Tao, S. Jun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 74-80

    Abstract
    By using data of daily electricity consumption and temperature for the period 2003–2007 in Shanghai, the variation of energy consumption and the correlations between energy [...]

  • D. Ye, W. Dong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 46-48

    Abstract
    This is a letter from two Chinese scientists to Dr. Dahe Qin, Co-Chair of IPCC Working Group I. Human society has taken an historical step to address climate change issue. [...]

  • Q. Ye
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 10-16

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the role of nuclear power of Chinas energy structure and industry system. Comparing with other renewable energy the nuclear power chain has very low greenhouse [...]

  • . Yao, L. Yong, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 179-185

    Abstract
    Evaluation and projection of temperature extremes over China are carried out with 8 model datasets from CMIP5. Compared with the NCEP reanalysis data, multi-model weighted [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, A. Hui, D. Hai-Lai, H. Ya-Min, W. Xian-Wei, H. Jian, W. Hong-Yu, W. Xiao-Xuan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

    Abstract
    Daily climate data at 110 stations during 1961–2010 were selected to examine the changing characteristics of climate factors and extreme climate events in South China. The [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, W. Xian-Wei, Y. Xiao-Feng, M. Wen-Jun, A. Hui, W. Xiao-Xuan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 208-214

    Abstract
    This study reviews the impacts of climate change on human health and presents corresponding adaptation strategies in South China. The daily mean surface air temperatures above [...]

  • D. Yao-Dong, C. Xu-Hua, W. Xian-Wei, A. Hui, D. Hai-Lai, H. Jian, W. Xiao-Xuan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 201-207

    Abstract
    This paper reviews assessment of climate change impacts on economy, society and ecological environment in the coastal areas of South China based on published literatures, [...]

  • Y. Yan, X. Zheng-Hui
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 117-126

    Abstract
    The regional climate model RegCM4 was used to investigate the regional climate effects of land cover change over China. Two 24-year simulations (1978–2001), one with the [...]

  • Z. Yan, J. Wang, J. Xia, J. Feng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 154-168

    Abstract
    This paper summarizes recent studies on the effects of urbanization on climate in China. The effects of urbanization on local climate trends have been re-estimated based on [...]

  • C. Yan, J. Zhi-Hong, C. Wei-Lin, Z. Ruo-Yu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 76-83

    Abstract
    Based on the 1961–1990 observed daily precipitation in the Changjiang-Huaihe River Basin, the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data, and the HadCM3 model data for IPCC SRES A1B climate [...]

  • G. Yan, D. Wen-Jie, R. Fu-Min, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 145-152

    Abstract
    Historical simulations of annual mean surface air temperature over China with 25 CMIP5 models were assessed. The observational data from CRUT3v and CN05 were used and further [...]

  • J. Yan, H. Liu, Z. Hao, X. Zhang, J. Zheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 118-122

    Abstract
    The snow-cover days over the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River (MLRYR) were extracted from Chinese historical documents for the winter of 1620, which includes [...]

  • J. Yang, C. Wan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 55-62

    Abstract
    The impacts of global climate change on ski tourism, which depends heavily on climate conditions, have increasingly gained concern overseas. This paper systematically summarized [...]

  • S. Yan-Ling, C. De-Liang, L. Yan-Ju, X. Ying
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 138-146

    Abstract
    By assuming constant winter wheat varieties and agricultural practices in China, the influence of climate change on winter wheat is simulated using the corrected future climate [...]

  • Z. Ya-Min, F. Yong-Sheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 28-33

    Abstract
    The emission control of non-CO2 greenhouse gases is conducive to slowing down global warming. It is also helpful in controlling environmental pollution, and beneficial in [...]

  • X. Xu, W. Lin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 43-48

    Abstract
    Long-term trends of yearly and seasonal averages of tropospheric ozone over the whole country and some important regions of China during 1979–2005 are analyzed, based on [...]

  • W. Xu, Q. Li, S. Yang, Y. Xu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 111-117

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes the status of existing resources through extensive research and international cooperation on the basis of four typical global monthly surface temperature [...]

  • S. Xue-Li, H. Hui-Juan, R. Hong-Chang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 250-259

    Abstract
    The impacts of land cover changes on regional climate in Shaan-Gan-Ning (SGN) in western China were simulated with RegCM3. Sensitivity experiments were conducted by replacing [...]

  • Z. Xing, Z. You-Fei, K. Na, Z. Wei, Y. Ji-Fu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 205-211

    Abstract
    Based on the statistics from the China Statistical Yearbook (2000–2009) on environment and methods recommended by the IPCC, the amounts of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions [...]

  • J. Xing-Jie, W. Ji-Jun, G. Wan-Long, Z. Ye-Yu, L. Feng-Xiu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010).(25) pp. 195-204

    Abstract
    The annual and seasonal trends in pan evaporation in the lower Yellow River Basin based on quality-controlled data from 10 meteorological stations in 1961–2010 are analyzed. [...]

  • W. Xin-Yu, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 229-232

  • W. Xin-Yu, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, H. Jian-Bin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

  • B. Xie, H. Zhang, D. Yang, Z. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 241-246

    Abstract
    An atmospheric general circulation model BCC_AGCM2.0 and observation data from ARIS were used to calculate the effective radiative forcing (ERF) due to increased methane concentration [...]

  • L. Xiao, Y. Ye, B. Wei
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 218-224

    Abstract
    Based on the records of social revolts in the Actual Annals of Qing Dynasty (a collection of official records), the revolts frequency (amount of counties where revolts happened [...]

  • W. Xiao-Ying, Z. Chun-Yu, J. Qing-Yu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 230-241

    Abstract
    This paper reviews the studies and research on climate change impacts on the forest ecosystems in Northeast China. The results show that in the context of global and regional [...]

  • W. Xiao-Juan, G. Zhi-Qiang, R. Fu-Min, F. Guo-Lin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 186-194

    Abstract
    An objective identification technique is used to detect regional extreme low temperature events (RELTE) in China during 1960–2009. Their spatial-temporal characteristics [...]

  • X. Xiao-Ge, W. Tong-Wen, Z. Jie
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 41-49

    Abstract
    The climate system models from Beijing Climate Center, BCC_CSM1.1 and BCC_CSM1.1-M, are used to carry out most of the CMIP5 experiments. This study gives a general introduction [...]

  • G. Wu, Z. Cong, S. Kang, K. Kawamura, P. Fu, Y. Zhang, X. Wan, S. Gao, B. Liu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 82-89

    Abstract
    Recently, the light-absorbing organic carbon, i.e., brown carbon (BrC), has received an increasing attention, because they could significantly absorb the solar radiation in [...]

  • X. Wen, G. Tang, S. Wang, J. Huang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 187-192

    Abstract
    Studies on the reconstruction of global mean temperature series are reviewed by introducing three series, HadCRUT3, NCDC, and GISS in details. Satellite data have been used [...]

  • H. Wen-Jian, C. Hai-Shan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 166-172

    Abstract
    The NCAR Community Atmosphere Model (CAM4.0) was used to investigate the climate effects of land use/land cover change (LUCC). Two simulations, one with potential land cover [...]

  • S. Wei, L. Jian, Y. Ru-Cong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 160-165

    Abstract
    Hourly data of 42 rain gauges over South China during 1966–2005 were used to analyze the corresponding relation between precipitation extremes and surface air temperature [...]

  • J. Watson, M. Rao, K. Ai-Li, X. Yan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 1-11

    Abstract
    Climate change has been linked to well-documented changes in physiology, phenology, species distributions, and in some cases, extinction. Projections of future change point [...]

  • T. Wan, Y. Dou, L. Wang, L. Yang, X. Zhou, D. Wan, J. Hu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 86-92

    Abstract
    China is the largest producer and consumer of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), and the production of HCFC-22 accounts for more than 80% of all HCFCs. This paper concentrates [...]

  • Y. Wang, L. Zou
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 162-168

    Abstract
    To achieve the goals of national sustainable development, the peaking control of CO2 emissions is pivotal, as well as other pollutants. In this paper, we build a Chinese inter-regional [...]

  • S. Wang, X. Wen, Y. Luo, G. Tang, Z. Zhao, J. Huang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 49-54

    Abstract
    Issues related to the pause of global warming in the last decade are reviewed. It is indicated that: (1) The decade of 1999–2008 is still the warmest of the last 30 years, [...]

  • F. Wang, W. Lin, J. Wang, T. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 141-148

    Abstract
    The exchanges of NOx between snow and air have significant impact on the atmospheric components and photochemical processes in the overlying boundary layer. Such exchanges [...]

  • Y. Wang, C. Gao, J. Zhai, X. Li, B. Su, H. Hartmann
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 197-205

    Abstract
    A socio-economic data set on Chinas historical flood losses for the period 1984–2012 was compiled to analyze the exposed population, economy, and crop area as well as the [...]

  • Z. Wang, J. Zhang, L. Pan, F. Yang, L. Shi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 181-188

    Abstract
    Chinas energy carbon emissions are projected to peak in 2030 with approximately 110% of its 2020 level under the following conditions: 1) Chinas gross primary energy consumption [...]

  • C. Wang, T. Zhou, Z. Lin, N. Jin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 84-91

    Abstract
    This article provides an overview to Future Earth activities carried out by the Chinese National Committee for Future Earth (CNC-FE). Future Earth is an international research [...]

  • S. Wang, L. Cao, N. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 123-130

    Abstract
    Based on simulations using the University of Victorias Earth System Climate Model, we analyzed the responses of the ocean carbon cycle to increasing atmospheric CO2 levels [...]

  • F. Teng, J. He, X. Pan, C. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 134-140

    Abstract
    This paper uses Lorenz curve and Gini index with adjustment to per capita historical cumulative emission to construct carbon Gini index to measure inequality in climate change [...]

  • S. Tao, Y. Xu, K. Liu, J. Pan, S. Gou
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 203-210

    Abstract
    With the deepening of climate change research, more attention has been paid to vulnerability to climate change. Compared with water resources, forests and other natural ecosystems, [...]

  • G. Tang, Y. Ding, S. Wang, G. Ren, H. Liu, L. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 11-19

    Abstract
    Temperature change plays a crucial role in global change sciences. In the past several decades, comprehensive findings have been achieved on temperature change in China for [...]

  • W. Su-Qin, G. Yuan, Z. Bo, W. Hai-Jun, L. Min, S. Rui-Qin, W. Kai
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

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    Based on the observations from 239 meteorological stations located in Central China (Henan, Hubei and Hunan provinces), this paper focuses on the climate change facts during [...]

  • N. Su-Ping, L. Yong, L. Wei-Ping, W. Tong-Wen, S. Xue-Li, W. Zai-Zhi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (1980).

    Abstract
    A series of quality control (QC) procedures were performed on a gauge-based global daily precipitation dataset from the Global Telecommunication System (GTS) for the period [...]

  • L. Song, G. Rong, L. Ying, W. Guo-Fu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 1-6

    Abstract
    The characteristics of haze days and the climatic background are analyzed by using daily observations of haze, precipitation, mean and maximum wind speed of 664 meteorological [...]

  • Z. Song-Li, W. Wen-Tao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 60-68

    Abstract
    Based on the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, the UNFCCC has different requirements on national GHG inventories submitted by Annex I and non-Annex [...]

  • K. Shum
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 107-108

  • T. Shi, Y. Huang, H. Wang, C. Shi, Y. Yang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 7-15

    Abstract
    In this paper, five national meteorological stations in Anhui province are taken as typical examples to explore the effects of local urbanization on their thermal environment [...]

  • P. Shi, G. Zhang, F. Kong, Q. Ye
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 151-158

    Abstract
    This research quantitatively recognized the wind speed change using wind speed trend and trend of wind speed variability from 1961 to 2012 and regionalized the wind speed [...]

  • H. Shi-Yi, K. Zhi-Qiang, L. Qing-Yan, W. Ling-Ling
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 54-58

    Abstract
    The karst process acts as carbon sequestration for atmospheric CO2 . The amount of karst carbon sequestration (KCS) depends on the discharge of karst catchment and inorganic [...]

  • L. Sheng-Qiang, M. Xian-Qiang, G. Yu-Bing, X. You-Kai
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 147-153

    Abstract
    From the perspective of life cycle assessment (LCA), the development, construction, and operation of all kinds of new energy power generation technologies release greenhouse [...]

  • W. Shao-Hong, P. Tao, H. Shan-Feng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 92-98

    Abstract
    This paper discusses theories and methods of climate change risk studies for the research expansion in China. Climate change risks consist of three basic components including [...]

  • Z. Shan-Shan, W. Xiao-Ling
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 121-127

    Abstract
    Decadal variations of extreme tropical cyclones (TCs) influencing China were investigated based on the tracks, landfall information, precipitation and wind data during 1949–2009. [...]

  • G. Ren
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 1-6

  • A. Reder, G. Rianna, R. Vezzoli, P. Mercogliano
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 169-184

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to investigate the soil water budget across China by means of hydrological modeling under current and future climate conditions and to evaluate the [...]

  • D. Rayner, C. Achberger, D. Chen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 70-81

    Abstract
    This paper describes a new weather generator – the 10-state empirical model – that combines a 10-state, first-order Markov chain with a non-parametric precipitation amounts [...]

  • P. Quevauviller, M. Gemmer
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 74-79

    Abstract
    Changes in hydrometeorological characteristics and risks have been observed and are projected to increase under climate change. These considerations are scientifically well [...]

  • D. Qin, Y. Ding
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 1-10

    Abstract
    On the basis of analyzing the importance of cryospheric researches in China and current status of cryospheric sciences in the world, this paper addresses key issues and main [...]

  • Q. Pei-Hua, C. Feng, X. Zheng-Hui
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 173-181

    Abstract
    The regional climate model RegCM3 incorporating the crop model CERES, called the RegCM3_CERES model, was used to study the effects of crop growth and development on regional [...]

  • J. Pan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 166-170

  • X. Ou, X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 34-39

    Abstract
    Three types of low-carbon vehicle technologies in China are reviewed. Potential effects are listed for those integrated energy-saving technologies for conventional vehicles. [...]

  • J. Monkelbaan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 206-218

    Abstract
    We have arrived at a critical juncture when it comes to understanding the numerous ways in which trade interacts with climate change and energy (trade-climate-energy nexus). [...]

  • P. Mccarthy
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 22-37

    Abstract
    In the U.S. Southwest, global climate change, acting in concert with extant stressors such as urbanization and over-allocation of water resources, is changing ecosystems in [...]

  • X. Ma, Y. Ye, X. Shi, L. Zou
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 192-200

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes Chinese household CO2 emissions in 1994–2012 based on the Logarithmic Mean Divisia Index (LMDI) structure decomposition model, and discusses the relationship [...]

  • L. Ma, D. Qin, L. Bian, C. Xiao, Y. Luo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 76-83

    Abstract
    Based on the number of snow cover days (NSCDs) and homogenized surface air temperature data for the period 1951–2004, this study performs the quantitative analysis on the [...]

  • L. Ma, D. Qin, L. Bian, C. Xiao, Y. Luo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 93-100

    Abstract
    By using daily air temperature and precipitation data, and the weather phenomena data of daily snowfall from 98 meteorological stations over the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP), [...]

  • J. Matthew, K. Susan, S. Kang, G. Bjorn, M. A.
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 132-138

    Abstract
    Black carbon (BC) deposited on snow and glacier surfaces can reduce albedo and lead to accelerated melt. An ice core recovered from Guoqu glacier on Mt. Geladaindong and analyzed [...]

  • G. Marco, X. Bo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 50-59

    Abstract
    In order to improve air quality, the European Union introduced the New Air Quality Directive in 2008 and set its Member States strict targets on air pollution concentrations [...]

  • Y. Mao, H. Liao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016).

    Abstract
    We quantified the impacts of variations in meteorological parameters and emissions on decadal, interannual, and seasonal variations of atmospheric black carbon (BC) in the [...]

  • X. Lü
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 219-223

    Abstract
    The Lima call for climate action adopted at the Lima Climate Conference on Climate Change specifies that the principles of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate [...]

  • L. Lü-Liu, J. Tong, X. Jin-Ge, Z. Jian-Qing, L. Yong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 84-91

    Abstract
    In this study, discharge at the outlet of Xijiang River, the biggest sub-basin of the Zhujiang River, was simulated and projected from 1961 to 2099 using the hydrological [...]

  • H. Li, Y. Qi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011).(25) pp. 193-202

    Abstract
    Several representative studies on China’s carbon emission scenarios in 2050 are compared in scenario settings, methodologies, macro parameters, energy consumption and structure, [...]

  • W. Li, P. Zhai, J. Cai
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 101-107

    Abstract
    Based on a daily precipitation observation dataset of 743 stations in China from 1951–2004, the Γ distribution function is used to calculate the probability distribution [...]

  • C. Liu, J. Xia
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 31-37

    Abstract
    The progress and advances of the detection and attribution of changes in the hydrological cycle in the IPCC Assessment Reports of WGI and WGII from 1990 to 2007 are reviewed. [...]

  • Q. Liu, Y. Chen, C. Tian, X. Zheng, J. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 26-34

    Abstract
    In recent years, there have been considerable developments in energy provision with the growing improvements in energy supply security and support systems in China. However, [...]

  • Q. Liu, K. Jiang, X. Hu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 67-74

    Abstract
    It is essential that China follows a low carbon pathway, in which technology plays a key role in the future economy and social development. Based on the Integrated Policy [...]

  • S. Liu, Y. Li, Q. Gao, Y. Wan, X. Ma, X. Qin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 2(25) pp. 178-186

    Abstract
    Land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) activities can allow Annex I parties in the Kyoto Protocol to decrease their carbon emission reduction pressure, and comparably [...]

  • Q. Liu, M. Yu, X. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 67-73

    Abstract
    The eradication of poverty is one of the largest global challenges facing the world. This article examines poverty reduction goals within the framework of Post-2015 Development [...]

  • Y. Liu, Y. Wang, R. An, C. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 46-55

    Abstract
    As the transport sector is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, the effect of urbanization on transport CO2 emissions in developing cities has become a key issue under [...]

  • B. Lin-Gen, L. Zhong, Z. Xiang-Dong, M. Yong-Feng, L. Long-Hua
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 68-75

    Abstract
    Influencing factors, and variations and trends of Antarctic ozone hole in recent decades are analyzed, and sudden change processes of ozone at Zhongshan station and the effect [...]

  • C. Li-Juan, Y. Zhong-Wei
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 59-67

    Abstract
    The observation data from ground surface meteorological stations is an important basis on which climate change research is carried out, while the homogenization of the data [...]

  • C. Li-Ge, Z. Jun, S. Bu-Da, Z. Jian-Qing, M. Gemmer
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 153-159

    Abstract
    Based on observed daily precipitation data of 540 stations and 3, 839 gridded data from the high-resolution regional climate model COSMO-Climate Limited-area Modeling (CCLM) [...]

  • R. Pachauri
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016).

  • S. Kedia
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 213-221

    Abstract
    Low carbon development has gained policy prominence and is a concern of both environment and development policy globally and in China and India. This paper discusses the role [...]

  • S. Kang, Z. Cong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 113-114

  • P. Jun, Y. Shi, X. Feng, W. Shi-Yu, S. Wen-Long
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 41-50

    Abstract
    Based on the MAP-CGE model, this paper simulated the impacts on the output, energy consumption and pollutant emissions of different cement production processes when implementing [...]

  • Z. Ji
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 139-144

    Abstract
    A regional climate model (RegCM4.3.4) coupled with an aerosol–snow/ice feedback module was used to simulate the deposition of anthropogenic light-absorbing impurities in [...]

  • Z. Jin-Qing, L. Wei-Jing, R. Hong-Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 242-249

    Abstract
    The temporal variability and spatial pattern of the Arctic Oscillation (AO) simulated in the historical experiment of 26 coupled climate models participating in the Coupled [...]

  • N. Jiao, D. Chen, Y. Luo, X. Huang, R. Zhang, H. Zhang, Z. Jiang, F. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 118-125

    Abstract
    The ecosystems of China seas and coasts are undergoing rapid changes under the strong influences of both global climate change and anthropogenic activities. To understand [...]

  • K. Jiang, X. Zhuang, C. He, J. Liu, X. Xu, S. Chen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 229-234

    Abstract
    The generally adopted worldwide target is to keep the increase in the global mean temperature lower than 2 °C by 2100, which is comparable with that of the preindustrial [...]

  • Z. Jiang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 75-78

    Abstract
    It is a consensus of international community to promote the development of low carbon economy in order to face the challenges of climate change. According to the features [...]

  • H. Jian-Bin, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, W. Xin-Yu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 38-44

    Abstract
    The controversy between the IPCC and Non-governmental IPCC (NIPCC) on the attribution of global warming are reviewed. IPCC holds that today’s global warming is mainly due [...]

  • H. Jian-Bin, W. Shao-Wu, L. Yong, Z. Zong-Ci, W. Xin-Yu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 174-178

  • L. Ji-Feng, Z. Ya-Xiong, W. Xin, C. Song-Feng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 163-173

    Abstract
    Based on the survey of international emissions trading system (ETS) and quantitative analysis, policy suggestions on establishing a carbon ETS in China are presented in this [...]

  • H. Ji-Cheng, X. Yu-Qing
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 99-105

    Abstract
    Based on data collected by Chinese Civil Aviation Statistic Center, the annual CO2 emissions of aircrafts during 1960–2009 were calculated, and the emission intensity and [...]

  • M. Irannezhad, H. Marttila, D. Chen, B. Kløve
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 54-69

    Abstract
    Long-term variations and trends in a wide range of statistics for daily precipitation characteristics in terms of intensity, frequency and duration in Finland were analysed [...]

  • J. Hu, D. Wan, C. Li, J. Zhang, X. Yi
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 20-26

    Abstract
    HFC-134a is the most important alternative to CFC-12 used in the mobile air-conditioner sector in China. The consumption of HFC-134a has been increasing rapidly in recent [...]

  • A. Hu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 222-228

    Abstract
    China has achieved economic growth while great carbon emissions reduction in recent years. Amid Chinas effort to reduce emissions, the Five-Year Plans have guided and motivated [...]

  • L. Hui, C. Yong-Li, Y. Li-Rong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 260-266

    Abstract
    China is one of the major producers of chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22) in the world. A large amount of fluoroform (HFC-23) is emitted during the production of HCFC-22. Emission [...]

  • W. Huang, Q. Gao, G. Cao, Z. Ma, W. Zhang, Q. Chao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 247-252

    Abstract
    This paper analyzes current urban symbiosis development and application in China, and then conducts a statistical analysis of the emissions reduction of CO2 and CH4 in relation [...]

  • L. Huang, Y. Yin, D. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 141-150

    Abstract
    The necessity of mainstreaming climate adaptation strategies or policies into natural resource management plans has been recognized by the UNFCCC. The IPCC AR5 report suggests [...]

  • Z. Huang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 49-54

    Abstract
    Factor analysis was used to investigate the changes of dry-wet climate in the dry season in Yunnan during 1961–2007 based on observed data from 15 stations. Three common [...]

  • H. Huan-Ping, M. Shi-Ming, L. Er-Da, L. Ying-Chun, Z. Heng-Yang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 182-189

    Abstract
    Based on the input-output survey of farmers and experts in one of the Jiangsu GEF project areas, the Cost-Benefit analysis method and greenhouse gas estimation method recommended [...]

  • J. He, Y. Xu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 211-217

    Abstract
    Based on the annual production data collected by the Statistic Center of the Ministry of Railways of the People’s Republic of China, we calculated the energy saving and [...]

  • J. He, Y. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 40-45

    Abstract
    Based on annual statistical data collected by the Chinese Railway Statistic Center, the CO2 emissions of locomotives during 1975–2005 were calculated and the emission intensity [...]

  • D. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 3-9

    Abstract
    Greenhouse gas emissions are the main cause of todays climate change. To address this problem, the world is in an era of new round energy transformation, and the existing [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 204-212

    Abstract
    The Paris Agreement establishes a new mechanism for post-2020 global climate governance, and sets long-term goals for global response to climate change, which will accelerate [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 155-161

    Abstract
    China has set the goal for its CO2 emissions to peak around 2030, which is not only a strategic decision coordinating domestic sustainable development and global climate change [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 153-154

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 101-107

    Abstract
    Global climate change mitigation and CO2 emission reduction have promoted the revolutionary transformation in energy system. The core content of energy system revolutionary [...]

  • A. Gu, F. Teng, Y. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011).

    Abstract
    Based on a number of sector mitigation policies for domestic systems, this paper demonstrates how measurable, reportable and verifiable (MRV) mechanisms are applied at the [...]

  • Y. Guo, J. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 46-53

    Abstract
    The interannual variability of the boreal winter Hadley circulation extents during the period of 1979–2014 and its links to El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) were investigated [...]

  • Y. Guo, J. Li, J. Feng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 35-45

    Abstract
    Using 26 climate models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5), climatology and the interannual variability of the annual mean Hadley circulation are [...]

  • W. Guo, S. Hong-Bo, M. Jing-Jin, Z. Ying-Juan, W. Ji, S. Wen-Jun, Z. Zi-Yin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013).

    Abstract
    The spatial and temporal variations of some important near-surface climate parameters and extreme climate events in North China during 1961–2010 are analyzed by using 94 [...]

  • H. Guo, L. Zhang, L. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 108-117

    Abstract
    Earth observation technology has provided highly useful information in global climate change research over the past few decades and greatly promoted its development, especially [...]

  • M. Gemmer, A. Wilkes, L. Vaucel
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 1-11

    Abstract
    Both the European Union (EU) and China are culturally, economically, climatologically and environmentally diverse polities. The EU is a multi-state grouping of economically [...]

  • Y. Gao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 235-240

    Abstract
    The Paris Climate Change Conference was successfully concluded with the Paris Agreement, which is a milestone for the world in collectively combating climate change. By participating [...]

  • S. Fong, C. Wu, A. Wang, X. He, T. Wang, K. Leong, U. Lai, B. Leong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010).

    Abstract
    Change related to climate in Macao was studied on the basis of daily temperature observations over the period 1901–2007. The result shows that annual mean surface air temperature [...]

  • T. Fischer, M. Gemmer, L. Liu, B. Su
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010).

    Abstract
    Monthly temperature and precipitation time-series for the Zhujiang River Basin are analyzed in order to identify changes in climate extremes. Daily temperature and precipitation [...]

  • T. Fei, X. Shuang-Qing
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 212-219

    Abstract
    Business as Usual (BaU) scenario in developing countries has been a debated issue in climate change negotiations. This paper analyzes different definitions of BaU and points [...]

  • Y. Fan, X. Zhang, L. Zhu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 27-33

    Abstract
    This paper estimates the macroeconomic costs of CO2 emission reduction in China employing the input-output analysis with the multi-objective programming approach. The results [...]

  • Y. Fan, L. Zhu, X. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 57-66

    Abstract
    This paper introduces the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, the progress in CCS demonstration projects, and regulations and policies related to CCS. [...]

  • X. Fang, C. Cheng, Y. Liu, W. Du, -. Xiao, B. Dang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 23-35

    Abstract
    In contrast to the input perspective for evaluating planning metrics, this research takes the climatic environmental output effects as the starting point for assessing ecological [...]

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 105-108

    Abstract
    This study discusses high-carbon characteristics, the unsustainability of Chinas development, and the fact that China needs to transform its development mode. Chinas low-carbon [...]

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 1-2

  • X. Du
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 149-152

    Abstract
    In essence, international climate negotiation is a serious and responsible global effort, despite various conflicts, to establish a rational international climate regime. [...]

  • H. Duan, L. Yan-Li, L. Yan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 100-110

    Abstract
    Contingent Valuation Method (CVM) was used to investigate the Chinese public’s willingness to pay (WTP) for a policy to reduce CO2 emissions. Face to face interviews were [...]

  • T. Dou, C. Xiao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 115-122

    Abstract
    This paper gives an overview of the current understanding of the observations of black carbon (BC) in snow and ice, and the estimates of BC deposition and its radiative forcing [...]

  • Y. Dian-Xiu, Y. Ji-Fu, C. Zheng-Hong, Z. You-Fei, W. Rong-Jun
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). pp. 66-73

    Abstract
    Daily maximum temperatures from 753 stations across China and the heat wave indicators are used to study the temporal and spatial characteristics of heat wave intensity, frequency [...]

  • M. Deng, H. Zhang, W. Mao, Y. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 149-158

    Abstract
    This study focuses on the characters of public perceptions on climate and cryosphere change, which are based on a questionnaire survey in the Ürümqi River Basin. In comparison [...]

  • M. Cui-Mei, G. Quan-Sheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 92-99

    Abstract
    Based on the detailed origins of each province’s electricity consumption, a new method for calculating CO2 emissions from the power sector at the provincial level in China [...]

  • A. Choiński, L. Kolendowicz, J. Pociask-Karteczka, L. Sobkowiak
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2010). Vol. 1 pp. 71-75

    Abstract
    On the basis of data from the period 1971–2007, and by applying trend analysis, a study on formation, disappearance and duration of lake ice cover on the Morskie Oko Lake [...]

  • D. Chirambo
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 253-263

    Abstract
    Climate change is a threat to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in sub-Saharan Africa as its impacts can lead to increased incidences of poverty and [...]

  • Y. Chen, X. Chen, G. Ren
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2011). Vol. 2(25) pp. 108-114

    Abstract
    A new available dataset of daily observational precipitation is used to study the temporal and spatial variability of extreme precipitation events for 1956–2008 in the ten [...]

  • S. Chen, W. Li, Y. Du, C. Mao, L. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 16-22

    Abstract
    Based on the satellite data from the Climate Prediction Center morphing (CMORPH) at very high spatial and temporal resolution, the effects of urbanization on precipitation [...]

  • W. Chang-Ke, L. Xin-Zheng, Z. Hua
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 127-132

    Abstract
    The global warming potential (GWP) and global temperature potential (GTP) are two common metrics to calculate the CO2 equivalent of greenhouse gases (GHGs). If the country’s [...]

  • Q. Chai, H. Xu
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 169-180

    Abstract
    China has achieved a political consensus around the need to transform the path of economic growth toward one that lowers carbon intensity and ultimately leads to reductions [...]

  • T. Booth
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 12-21

    Abstract
    Many countries are developing national strategies and action plans aimed at minimising the negative impacts of climate change on biodiversity. The purpose of this paper is [...]

  • C. Bo-Feng, W. Jin-Nan, Y. Wei-Shan, L. Lan-Cui, C. Dong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2012). Vol. 3(25) pp. 106-120

    Abstract
    This paper aims to provide an overall image in terms of low carbon society (LCS) and its development in China. It mainly introduced and analyzed low carbon development which [...]

  • C. Bo-Feng, L. Jian-Guo, G. Qing-Xian, N. Xiao-Qin, C. Dong, L. Lan-Cui, Z. Ying, Z. Zhan-Sheng
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2014). Vol. 5 pp. 81-91

    Abstract
    The methane (CH4 ) emissions from municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills in China in 2007 were estimated based on database of the three-dimensional emission factors matrix [...]

  • C. Baresel, S. Andersson, J. Yang, M. Andersen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 185-191

    Abstract
    Total nitrous oxide (N2 O) emissions from a conventional active sludge process were calculated using a mathematical emission model and dissolved N2 O in the water phase by [...]

  • M. Ahlheim, O. Frör, L. Jing, S. Pelz, J. Tong
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2013). Vol. 4(25) pp. 190-200

    Abstract
    The benefits of climate adaptation policy are sometimes underestimated because its nonuse values perceived by people indirectly affected are usually ignored. Using data from [...]

  • P. Zhang, D. Chen, H. Linderholm, Q. Zhang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 159-170

    Abstract
    Tree-ring based temperature reconstructions have successfully inferred the past inter-annual to millennium scales summer temperature variability. A clear relationship between [...]

  • J. Yang, Y. Ding, S. Liu, C. Tan
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 171-180

    Abstract
    Mountain glaciers in China are an important water source for both China and adjoining countries, and therefore their adaptation to glacier change is crucial in relation to [...]

  • C. Xiao, S. Wang, D. Qin
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 181-187

    Abstract
    Cryosphere science research and development (R&D) has been strongly committed to public service, integrating natural sciences with socioeconomic impacts. Owing to the [...]

  • T. Jung
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 229-233

    Abstract
    The implementation of climate technologies and their commercialization ultimately depends on the success of their research and development (R&D) projects. In the Republic [...]

  • M. Sanwal, B. Wang
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 225-228

    Abstract
    The unresolved issue in the negotiation on the new climate regime is whether the multilateral consensus at Paris will be around international cooperation to deal with the [...]

  • Z. Ma, P. Feng, Q. Gao, Y. Lu, J. Liu, W. Li
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 216-224

    Abstract
    The treatment of domestic and industrial wastewater is one of the major sources of CH4 in the Chinese waste sector. On the basis of statistical data and country-specific emission [...]

  • Y. Lü, J. Geng, G. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 202-209

    Abstract
    Industrial transformation and green production (ITGP) is a new 10-year international research initiative proposed by the Chinese National Committee for Future Earth. It is [...]

  • Z. Liu, Y. Chen
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 197-201

    Abstract
    Climate engineering is a potential alternative method to curb global warming, and this discipline has garnered considerable attention from the international scientific community [...]

  • J. He
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 210-215

    Abstract
    Global climate change promotes the energy system reform. Achieving a high proportion of renewable energy becomes the major countries' energy strategy. As proposed in its [...]

  • L. Cao, C. Gao, L. Zhao
    Advances in Climate Change Research (2015). Vol. 6 pp. 188-196

    Abstract
    Geoengineering (also called climate engineering), which refers to large-scale intervention in the Earths climate system to counteract greenhouse gas-induced warming, has been [...]

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