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《Climatic and Environmental Research》 2010-01
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Variation Characteristics of Season Start Dates over China under the Global Warming

YU Zhenyan,FAN Guangzhou,HUA Wei,ZHOU Dingwen,LAI Xin,and LIU Yaxing Center for Plateau Atmospheric and Environmental Research,Chengdu University of Information Technology,Chengdu 610225  
The variation trends of season start dates during recent 47 years were analyzed by using daily temperature data of 1961-2007 from 599 standard meteorological stations provided by the National Meteorological Information Center,China Meteorological Administration. The results show that the season start dates of spring and summer become earlier,of autumn and winter become later,of summer have the most obvious change,and this trend is the most evident in the beginning of the 21st century when the global warming is significant. This trend has different spatial distribution all over China,which is more evident in the north than in the south and more evident in the eastern part than in the western part. In the northernmost part of Northeast China,the southernmost part of South China and some areas of Xinjiang,spring become later; in small area of the east of Qinghai and the northernmost part of Inner Mongolia,summer become later; in some areas of East China and Southwest China,winter become earlier. And the decadal change in national average is not very obvious in the 20th century,but reverse in the beginning of the 21st century. The features of decadal change are not the same in different regions. In the plateau,there is earlier spring and later winter in the 1980s and the 1990s. In the beginning of the 21st century,both of spring and winter are late,but the change in winter is more obvious than in spring. In the south of South China,spring become later when winter become earlier. In the beginning of the 21st century,the trend that spring and summer become earlier is more obvious than the trend that autumn and winter become later in Southwest China.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目40875053;; 局校合作项目“西藏近40年植被物候资料恢复重建研究”
【CateGory Index】: P467
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