Jeong, J.-H., Ou, T., Linderholm, H.W., Kim, B.-M., Kim, S.-J., Kug, J.-S. and Chen, D. 2011. Recent recovery of the Siberian High intensity. buy baclofen online, lioresal intratecal price , baclofen generic price . Journal of Geophysical Research 116: 10.1029/2011JD015904.
In the words of Jeong et al. (2011), “the Siberian High (SH) is the most conspicuous pressure system found in the Northern Hemisphere during wintertime,” when “strong radiative cooling over the snow covered Eurasian continent forms a cold-core high-pressure system in the lower troposphere over northern Mongolia” that exerts “tremendous influences on weather and climate in Northern Eurasia, East Asia, and even further into South Asia (e.g., Cohen et al., 2001; Panagiotopoulos et al., 2005; Wang, 2006).” And of this phenomenon, the authors further state that SH intensity variations – as simulated by 22 global climate models(GCMs) under 20C3M and A1B scenarios in the CMIP3 – show “a steady decreasing trend in the SH intensity from the late 20th century throughout the 21st century, leading to a decrease of about 22% in SH intensity at the end of the 21st century compared to the 1958-1980 average.” (more…)