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Stanhill, G., Institute of Soil, Water and Environmcutal Sciences, Agricultural Research Orgauization, volcani neuter, net uagan 50250, Israel
Cohen, S., Institute of Soil, Water and Environmcutal Sciences, Agricultural Research Orgauization, volcani neuter, net uagan 50250, Israel
Daily values of global radiation Eg measured in a network of six sites within, the greater Tel. Aviv region indicated a maximum urban dimming effect of 7% with a similar day-to-day range in differences during the week that was significantly negatively related to the number of vehicles using the roads. Interannual variability of Eg differed between, three regions of Israel having very diverse population densities, both, in their overall trends and in their rates of change during periods of dimming and brightening. During the 50 years of measurement the overall trends in all regions were negative; the rates of dimming were related to the logarithm of the mean population densities with the greatest net rate of dimming, -3.4% per decade, measured at the downwind edge of the densely populated Tel Aviv conurbation, Rates of change in the dimming and brightening periods were not related to the rates of change in population; maximum, rates of both dimming and brightening were measured at the Dead Sea, a desert region with a low and unchanging population. Trends in maximum, minimum, mean, and diurnal range air temperatures were significant and differed between, regions, but these differences were not clearly related to those in Eg or in population density. The results indicate that in Israel, the maximum urban effects on.Eg Were Insufficient to Explain the Large Interannual Variability Measured during the Last 50 Years and That Population Density Was Not A Robust Proxy for Global Radiation Change. Copyright 2009 by the American Geophysical Union.
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Is solar dimming global or urban? Evidence from measurements in Israel between 1954 and 2007
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Stanhill, G., Institute of Soil, Water and Environmcutal Sciences, Agricultural Research Orgauization, volcani neuter, net uagan 50250, Israel
Cohen, S., Institute of Soil, Water and Environmcutal Sciences, Agricultural Research Orgauization, volcani neuter, net uagan 50250, Israel
Is solar dimming global or urban? Evidence from measurements in Israel between 1954 and 2007
Daily values of global radiation Eg measured in a network of six sites within, the greater Tel. Aviv region indicated a maximum urban dimming effect of 7% with a similar day-to-day range in differences during the week that was significantly negatively related to the number of vehicles using the roads. Interannual variability of Eg differed between, three regions of Israel having very diverse population densities, both, in their overall trends and in their rates of change during periods of dimming and brightening. During the 50 years of measurement the overall trends in all regions were negative; the rates of dimming were related to the logarithm of the mean population densities with the greatest net rate of dimming, -3.4% per decade, measured at the downwind edge of the densely populated Tel Aviv conurbation, Rates of change in the dimming and brightening periods were not related to the rates of change in population; maximum, rates of both dimming and brightening were measured at the Dead Sea, a desert region with a low and unchanging population. Trends in maximum, minimum, mean, and diurnal range air temperatures were significant and differed between, regions, but these differences were not clearly related to those in Eg or in population density. The results indicate that in Israel, the maximum urban effects on.Eg Were Insufficient to Explain the Large Interannual Variability Measured during the Last 50 Years and That Population Density Was Not A Robust Proxy for Global Radiation Change. Copyright 2009 by the American Geophysical Union.
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