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Climate Change Newsletter
(2003/2004)

Author:
·China IPCC Office
·Laboratory for Cliamte Change Studies,National Climate Center China Meteorological Administration

Contact:
China IPCC Office(in National Climate Change Center)
China Meteorological Administration
Address:No.46,Zhongguancun Nandajie,Haidian,Beijing,China
Post Code:100081
Tel:86-10-68408506
Fax:86-10-62180679
E-mail:ipcc@cma.gov.cn

 

Contents:

Invited Papers

·Climate Change Scenarios over East Asia and China in the Future 100 years
·Climate Changes of the Past 100 Years in China
·The Impacts of Climate Change and Adaptations in China


Highlights of IPCC Activities

·Dr.Qin Dahe, Administrator of China Meteorological Administration, Elected to be Co-chair of IPCC WGI
·Submission on the Third Assessment Report of the IPCC and Related Activities for the Convention's Bodies by China
·Climate Change: Science and Technology, and Sustainable Development
·Views on the Scoping of the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC by China
·Submission on the Possible Structure of the IPCC AR4 by the Chinese Government

Progress in Climate Change Sciences

·Enlightenment from Detection of Climate Change in China for the 20th Century
·Interdecadal Variability of the Precipitation Patterns in the East-Asian Monsoon Region
·The Impact and Prospect of Climatic Pattern Transition from Warm-Dry to Warm-Wet in Northwest China
·Has Precipitation in Western China Increased?
·Progress in the Study of Precipitation Variations in the Historical Periods of China
·Diagnostics and Modeling Studies on Global Mean Surface Temperature during AD 1000 to 2000
·A Puzzle about the Sun
·Application of a Regional Climate Model in Climate Change Studies in China
·Recently Climatic Change of the Antarctic
·The Role of the Thermohaline Circulation in Climate Change
·Possible Impact of Aerosol on Long-term Rainfall Trend in China
·Changes in Asian Summer Monsoon and Possible Mechanisms
·Estimation of GHGs Emission from Cropland of China
·Effect of Climate Change on Plague Prevalence of China


Forum on Strategies for Addressing Climate Chaneg


·A Political Document Reflecting Fully Concerns og Developing Countries
·Equity in Climate Change Adaptation
·Implication of the Proposal by Brazil for the Negotiation of UNFCCC

 

 

Date:Aug 02,2005