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Figure Projected changes in the volume of all mountain glaciers and ice caps in the European glaciated regions
This figure shows the projected volume (in cubic km) for 2001–2100 of all mountain glaciers and ice caps in the European glaciated regions derived using a mass balance model driven with temperature and precipitation scenarios from 10 GCMs. European Alps (top left), Scandinavia (top right), Iceland (bottom left), Svalbard (bottom right).
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Data Visualisation Cumulative net mass balance of European glaciers
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Figure chemical/x-pdb Trend in Arctic Sea ice extent in March and September
This figure shows the time series of Arctic Sea ice extent from 1979 to 2012. Trend lines and observation points for March (the month of sea ice extent maximum) and September (the month of sea ice extent minimum) have been indicated.
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Data Visualisation Projected change in the volume of mountain glaciers and ice caps in European glaciated regions
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Figure Trend in March snow mass in Europe
The figure (left) shows anomalies for March snow mass in the EEA region (excluding mountain areas) and the 30-year linear trend. The map (right) shows a snapshot of snow cover on 15 February 2009.
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Data Visualisation Cumulative net mass balance of European glaciers
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Data Visualisation Trend in snow cover extent over the Northern Hemisphere
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Publication Impacts of Europe's changing climate - 2008 indicator-based assessment
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