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Reference TypeJournal Article
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Citation KeyMesquitaLuMaMeAmLe:2012:ClChIn
TitleClimate Change Insights to the Northeastern Region of Brazil
Year2012
MonthAug.
Access Date2023, Jan. 31
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2. Context
Author1 Mesquita, Michel
2 Lucio, Paulo S.
3 Matschullat, Jörg
4 Mendes, David
5 Ambrizzi, Tércio
6 Leme, Neusa M. P.
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6 CRN-CCR-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR
Affiliation1 Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, Uni Research, Bergen, Norway
2 Federal University at Rio Grande do Norte, UFRN, Natal, Brazil
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4 Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany
5 University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
6 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)
e-Mail Addressdmendes@cptec.inpe.br
JournalAtmospheric Sciences Section of AGU Newsletter
Volume6
Number3
Pages3-5
History (UTC)2012-10-03 12:03:26 :: marciana :: 2008 -> 2012
2013-01-20 15:19:04 :: marciana -> administrator :: 2012
2018-06-05 00:01:51 :: administrator -> marciana :: 2012
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AbstractThe entire region is under tropical influence with three sub-units. The central northern part is under tropical equatorial (1) influence with a range of four to eleven dry months per year. Here, the Atlantic equatorial air masses from the northeast and southeast (trade winds) dominate. The eastern part, basically following the extent of the Atlantic Forest biome, is typical for the tropical littoral climate of the oriental northeast (2) with one to seven months of dry season. Again, equatorial air masses from the Atlantic Ocean dominate. The central southern part, and the second largest area shows a tropical humid to dry climate (3), also referred to as the tropical climate of Central Brazil. Four to eight months of drought characterize the region, and air masses from the southern Central Atlantic Ocean dominate, coming mainly from south-easterly directions (Nimer 1989; Mendonça & Danni-Oliveira 2007).
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