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Nicholas Pepin
Nicholas Pepin
Department of Geography, University of Portsmouth
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Elevation-Dependent Warming in Mountain Regions of the World
Mountain Research Initiative EDW Working Group
Nature Climate Change 5 (5), 424-430, 2015
15482015
Review of climate and cryospheric change in the Tibetan Plateau
S Kang, Y Xu, Q You, WA Flügel, N Pepin, T Yao
Environmental research letters 5 (1), 015101, 2010
7952010
Changes in daily climate extremes in China and their connection to the large scale atmospheric circulation during 1961–2003
Q You, S Kang, E Aguilar, N Pepin, WA Flügel, Y Yan, Y Xu, Y Zhang, ...
Climate Dynamics 36 (11), 2399-2417, 2011
5472011
High mountain areas
R Hock, G Rasul, C Adler, B Cáceres, S Gruber, Y Hirabayashi, ...
H.-O. Pörtner, DC Roberts, V. Masson-Delmotte, P. Zhai, M. Tignor, E …, 2019
4052019
Temperature trends at high elevations: patterns across the globe
NC Pepin, JD Lundquist
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (14), 2008
3502008
Relationship between temperature trend magnitude, elevation and mean temperature in the Tibetan Plateau from homogenized surface stations and reanalysis data
Q You, S Kang, N Pepin, WA Flügel, Y Yan, H Behrawan, J Huang
Global and Planetary Change 71 (1-2), 124-133, 2010
2592010
A global comparison of surface and free‐air temperatures at high elevations
NC Pepin, DJ Seidel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 110 (D3), 2005
2182005
Relationship between trends in temperature extremes and elevation in the eastern and central Tibetan Plateau, 1961–2005
Q You, S Kang, N Pepin, Y Yan
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (4), 2008
1852008
Climate change in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: free air versus surface temperature trends
N Pepin, M Losleben
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2002
1762002
On the use of weather data in ecological studies along altitudinal and latitudinal gradients
BJ Graae, P De Frenne, A Kolb, J Brunet, O Chabrerie, K Verheyen, ...
Oikos 121 (1), 3-19, 2012
1712012
Automated algorithm for mapping regions of cold‐air pooling in complex terrain
JD Lundquist, N Pepin, C Rochford
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D22), 2008
1472008
Status and change of the cryosphere in the extended Hindu Kush Himalaya region
T Bolch, JM Shea, S Liu, FM Azam, Y Gao, S Gruber, WW Immerzeel, ...
The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment, 209-255, 2019
1402019
Comparison of multiple datasets with gridded precipitation observations over the Tibetan Plateau
Q You, J Min, W Zhang, N Pepin, S Kang
Climate Dynamics 45 (3), 791-806, 2015
1402015
Variability of temperature in the Tibetan Plateau based on homogenized surface stations and reanalysis data
Q You, K Fraedrich, G Ren, N Pepin, S Kang
International Journal of Climatology 33 (6), 1337-1347, 2013
1352013
Climate warming and associated changes in atmospheric circulation in the eastern and central Tibetan Plateau from a homogenized dataset
Q You, S Kang, N Pepin, WA Flügel, A Sanchez-Lorenzo, Y Yan, Y Zhang
Global and Planetary Change 72 (1-2), 11-24, 2010
1172010
A comparison of heat wave climatologies and trends in China based on multiple definitions
Q You, Z Jiang, L Kong, Z Wu, Y Bao, S Kang, N Pepin
Climate Dynamics 48 (11), 3975-3989, 2017
1052017
Decreasing wind speed and weakening latitudinal surface pressure gradients in the Tibetan Plateau
Q You, S Kang, WA Flügel, N Pepin, Y Yan, J Huang
Climate Research 42 (1), 57-64, 2010
812010
General characteristics of temperature and humidity variability on Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
WJ Duane, NC Pepin, ML Losleben, DR Hardy
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 40 (2), 323-334, 2008
772008
Review of snow cover variation over the Tibetan Plateau and its influence on the broad climate system
Q You, T Wu, L Shen, N Pepin, L Zhang, Z Jiang, Z Wu, S Kang, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 201, 103043, 2020
762020
Lapse rate changes in northern England
N Pepin
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 68 (1), 1-16, 2001
732001
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