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New in JHM: The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) regional model is used to assess how deliberate changes (geoengineering) in the surface albedo or conversion of bare land to wide-leaf forests over a vast coastal plain region affect precipitation over the Arabian Red Sea coast.
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To understand to what extent the Madden–Jullian oscillation (MJO) and associated teleconnections change with global warming, a recent article in JCLI adopts an alternative approach by analyzing a century-long reanalysis dataset, which can provide a basis for assessing future MJO behavior and associated climate impacts.
A new study in WCAS considers the development of air conditioning in the United States and investigates whether extreme heat has driven innovation in cooling technology using nearly 100 years of weather and patent data.
Read Chief Editor David Kristovich's editorial celebrating 60 years of the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology.