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By László Haszpra (auth.), László Haszpra (eds.)

Human brought about worldwide weather switch is the most important problem humankind faces this day. expanding volume of atmospheric greenhouse gases play a very important position within the evolution of the weather. with out the certainty of the contributing methods, feedbacks and interactions we can't are expecting the long run alterations and advance potent mitigation options. to diminish the uncertainty of the worldwide stories certain nearby reports are wanted surveying the nearby features of the atmospheric greenhouse gasoline price range and the influencing components. Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases: The Hungarian viewpoint covers a coherent subset of the Hungarian weather swap orientated examine that's at once relating to greenhouse gases. issues mentioned within the publication variety from the tracking of the concentrations and fluxes of atmospheric greenhouse gases, throughout the modeling of atmosphere-biosphere interplay and greenhouse gasoline alternate strategies, to the assessment of the anthropogenic contribution of Hungary to the greenhouse fuel funds of the ambience. The reports name the eye to the neighborhood houses that may modulate the eu scale or international photo at the version of atmospheric greenhouse gases.

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2001). The more intense fluctuation indicates that the Central European biosphere plays an important role in the global fluctuation in spite of the fact that it is located on the globe almost opposite to the El Niño region. It takes some time for the biosphere and the atmospheric CO2 mixing ratio to react to the El Niño phenomenon. 5 Correlation between the growth rate of the atmospheric CO2 mixing ratio measured at K-puszta–Hegyhátsál (KPU + HHS) and the SOI as the function of lag-time. jp/wdcgg/) and for the characteristic background atmosphere represented by the marine boundary layer reference data (MBL) (GLOBALVIEW-CO2 2009) (SOI) as a function of lag-time for a subtropical Pacific station (Mauna Loa, Hawaii, 19°32¢N, 155°35¢W, 3,397 m asl), for an Arctic station north off the Pacific Ocean (Point Barrow, Alaska, 71°19¢N, 156°36¢W, 11 m asl), for a Central European station not far from Hegyhátsál (Waldhof, Germany, 52°48¢N, 10°46¢E, 74 m asl), for Hegyhátsál, and for the marine boundary layer reference mixing ratio characteristic for the Hungarian monitoring site (data from the foreign monitoring sites are from WMO WDCGG; marine boundary layer reference is from GLOBALVIEW-CO2 (2009)).

2007), expressed in carbon mass, orders of magnitude larger than that in the undisturbed atmosphere used to be. 1 shows the diurnal variation in the CO2 mixing ratio in the different seasons of the year at Hegyhátsál tall tower monitoring site. The atmospheric concentration clearly indicates the cyclic photosynthesis–respiration process that results 32 L. Haszpra et al. 40 CO2 [µmol mol–1] 30 JAN AUG 20 10 0 –10 –20 –30 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 local standard time [h] Fig. 1 Monthly mean diurnal variation in CO2 mixing ratio at Hegyhátsál (2000–2009), at 10 m above the ground, in January (gray line) and August (black line), relative to the daily average in high daily amplitude, especially in summer.

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