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Selected presentations of the workshop, shedding light on land-ice interaction (Matti Lepparanta), ice deformations (Ove Parn and Jari Haapala), long-term variability of ice cover of some Karelian lakes (Roman Zdorovennov et al.
In contrast to most grant-funded research, which spans only a few years, LTER studies are often sustained over decades, documenting gradual changes and long-term variability that often cannot be revealed by short-term studies.
Climatologically, the difficulties involved in separating long-term variability from the effects of more recent climate change, and the roles of ENSO and tropical cyclone activity, are treated well.
The CalCOFI zooplankton time series extends from 1949 to present, providing an unprecedented opportunity to assess long-term variability in North Pacific pelagic assemblages and the links of such variations to climatic forcing.
Further data will be required to find the sources of the observed long-term variability of antithrombin measurements.
Such observations could help astronomers discern long-term variability in a star's corona, such as that due to the sun's 11-year activity cycle.
THE SHORTAND LONG-TERM VARIABILITY OF SELECTED MIDWESTERN TORNADOES.
In the end, the AIM mission will expand the study of long-term variability in the Earth's climate.