Now showing items 21-25 of 25
Observed Changes (1970-1999) in Extreme Hydroclimatic Events in Central America
Previous studies have shown that most of Central America has been experiencing warming trends during the last 30-50 years, while precipitation annual totals have not changed much. Warming alone can exacerbate the effects ...
Algunos aspectos relacionados con la variabilidad climática de los ciclones tropicales en el Pacífico tropical del este
(Memorias del Congreso Latinoamericano de Ciencias del Mar – XIV COLACMAR. Camboriú, Santa Catarina, Brasil. 30 de Octubre - 04 de Noviembre de 2011., 2011-11)
Como uno de los objetivos del proyecto “Paleotempestology of the Caribbean Region: A Multi-proxy, Multi-site Study of the Spatial and Temporal Variability of Caribbean Hurricane Activity” (Proyecto IAI-CRN2050, I.P. Dr. ...
The effects of El Niño on agricultural water balance in Guatemala
More than half the population of Guatemala lives in rural areas and depends on subsistence agriculture for their well being. This region is vulnerable to many climatic events, one of which is El Niño. This study looks at ...
Observed (1970-1999) climate variability in Central America using a high-resolution meteorological dataset with potential for climate change studies
Average temperature (Tavg) data from stations and station-based gridded datasets at 50 km resolution were used to provide a high-resolution (5 km grid) dataset for Central America from 1970 to 1999. The procedure used ...
Discrete analysis for the America west coast rainfall predictability using El Niño/Southern Oscillation relationships
(Memorias del Tercer Congreso de Oceanografía Física, Meteorología y Clima del Pacífico Sur Oriental, 2013-10-16)
The objective of the study was to determine the probability of occurrence of wet or dry season events, based on the phase of El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon using multinomial response logit and logit regression ...