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Quality assured and harmonized multi-mission EO data sets will be used to investigate seasonal and long-term variability of marine ecosystems and ocean carbon cycle.
The text opens by discussing the observations and technical limits of known climatology, including long-term variability, then introducing the relevance of blackbody radiation modeling and thermodynamics to understanding the climate system.
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.
Sources of short-term variability can differ from those for long-term variability.
If there are any negative effects of exchange rate fluctuation, perhaps they come from long-term variability.
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.