table : extreme-temperature-events-us

Extreme temperature events in the United States

table 6.3


This table appears in chapter 6 of the Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I report.

Extreme temperature events in the United States for which attribution statements have been made. There are three possible attribution statements: “+” shows an attributable human-induced increase in frequency or intensity, “−” shows an attributable human-induced decrease in frequency or intensity, “0” shows no attributable human contribution.

This table is composed of this array :
bb8bf2a6 (11x5)
Study Period Region Type Statement
Rupp et al. 2012, Angélil et al. 2017 Spring/Summer 2011 Texas Hot +
Hoerling et al. 2013 Summer 2011 Texas Hot +
Diffenbaugh and Scherer 2013, Angélil et al. 2017 July 2012 Northcentral and Northeast Hot +
Cattiaux and Yiou 2013, Angélil et al. 2017 Spring 2012 East Hot 0
Knutson et al. 2013b, Angelil et al. 2017 Spring 2012 East Hot +
Jeon et al 2016 Summer 2011 Texas/Oklahoma Hot +
Dole et al. 2014 March 2012 Upper Midwest Hot +
Seager et al. 2014 2011-2014 California Hot +
Wolter et al. 2015 Winter 2014 Midwest Cold _
Trenary et al. 2015 Winter 2014 East Cold 0
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