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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 09)
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Global Warming: The Instability of Desert Climate is Enhancing in the Northwest Area in China: A Case Study in the Desert Area in Northwestern China

Zhao-Feng Chang, Shu-Juan Zhu, Fu-Gui Han, Sheng-Nnian Zhong, Qiang-Qiang Wang and Jian-Hui Zhang
Corresponding Author:  Shen-Chuan Tai 

Key words:  China, desert climate, global warming, instabilities, , ,
Vol. 5 , (09): 2760-2764
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September 26, 2012 November 15, 2012 March 20, 2013
Abstract:

To disclose the relation between the sandstorms change and the temperature changes, a case study in the desert area in northwestern china is investigated. The results showed that: the instability of climate in Minqin desert area is enhancing in the arid desert region in northwest China. Mainly as follows: Variation the annual extreme maximum temperature increasing. Variation of extreme minimum temperature also an increasing trend. Average visibility of sandstorms significantly reduced and the fluctuation trend increased significantly. In the past two years, there have been some unusual climate events in other regions in China. They reflect the fact that the deterioration of the stability of the climate change. The instability of the climate change impact on human life and production is increased more than global warming, more worthy of global concern.
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Zhao-Feng Chang, Shu-Juan Zhu, Fu-Gui Han, Sheng-Nnian Zhong, Qiang-Qiang Wang and Jian-Hui Zhang, 2013. Global Warming: The Instability of Desert Climate is Enhancing in the Northwest Area in China: A Case Study in the Desert Area in Northwestern China.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(09): 2760-2764.
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