Is the freezing-level height rising? Trends in hail in China from 1960 to 2005

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Gisela Speidel,
Outreach Specialist International Pacific Research Center
Posted: Aug 8, 2008

The number of hail days per year has decreased significantly in northern China probably because the freezing-level height has risen, according to a study of observations from surface meteorological stations. The study was chosen as a research highlight by the editors of the AGU publication Geophysical Research Letters. Professor Yuqing Wang at the UH Manoa Meteorology Department and scientist at the International Pacific Research, the UH climate research center, is a coauthor of the study.(Read more at website above).


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