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Climate and Weather - Denali National Park & Preserve (U.S. National Park Service)
Alaska Range separates two different climatic zones in the reserve. Alaska Range's transition marine environment on the southern side is affected by the predominant weather in the Gulf of Alaska, with mild weather with less sea seasonality and more rainfall. The temperature in the north of the reserve is characteristic of an indoor environment with very hot summer and chilly winter.
Climates have a dominating impact on Denali's environment, and a better knowledge of the pivotal relations that affect climatic trends is crucial to understand and predict changes in physics and the environment within the area. Find out more about the Denali climatic surveillance.
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Assessment of climate risk in Myanmar: Abstract for decision makers and planners | Publications
The purpose of this document is to help decision-makers in all Myanmar's industries to integrate the threats of global warming into policy and investments by summarizing the core message of a thorough technological review of global warming in Myanmar, which will be published with this document. Offers information on climatic hazards, as well as the historic climates that have been monitored and forecasts of temperatures, precipitation, rising water levels and extremes of weather.
underlines the impact climatic changes will have on industries such as biological diversity and ecosystems service, coastlines, health, farming, infrastructures, water sources and metropolitan areas. Offers field demonstrations of how the Myanmar Climatic Challenge Alliance (MCCA) supports Ayeyarwady Delta and Central Dry Zone land-use development.
Encourages a supportive adaptive mindset that provides a set of possible climatic conditions in Myanmar in the near term, helping to manage ongoing changes and effects and to guide plans for changes that are likely to deteriorate in the years ahead for the population, ecosystem and the Myanmar economies. Myanmar's weather is already evolving on the basis of analysis from 19 weather station observations:
In the interior of the country, the tempo of global warming was quicker than in the coast, and the daytime highs were higher than the daytime mean. The annual overall precipitation volume rose slightly between 1981 and 2010, with the growth being stronger in costal areas than inland. On the coasts, the climb was observed throughout the year, while in the interior it took place mainly during the monsoons.