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EEE 2012: The Extreme March-May 2012 Warm Anomaly Over the Eastern United States: Global Context and Multimodel Trend Analysis

Main findings:

The anthropogenic contribution to the extreme seasonal (MAM) warmth in 2012 over the eastern United States can be estimated as about 35%, or in terms of risk, anthropogenic forcing leads to a factor of 12 increase in the risk of such an event according to our calculations.


Full report:

EEE 2012: Explaining Extreme Events of 2012 from a Climate Perspective