Chipping Away presents 110 patterns for chip carvers by Rita Blanton

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The above considerations point to the need for a detailed investigation of the variability of the Arctic climate (particularly T) and the processes determining this variability. Interest in the behaviour of the Arctic climatic system increased after observing the discrepancies between the results obtained from climatic models and instrumental observations (Kahl et al. 1993a, b; Przybylak & Usowicz 1994, and others). This discrepancy clearly shows that our knowledge of the processes taking place in this system is insufficient and the international programme mentioned above aims to fill in the gaps.

There are also some analyses based on mean T calculated for the whole of the Arctic (or its regions) or based on averaged data gathered from particular polar stations (Jäger & Kellogg 1983; Przybylak & Usowicz 1993, 1994; Dmitriev 1994, and others) or based on the data for grid points (Kelly & Jones 1981a– d, 1982; Kelly et al. 1982; Jones 1985a; Alekseev & Svyashchennikov 1991; Chapman & Walsh 1993). The need to increase the scope of observational data and to expand our knowledge concerning the factors determining the climate of the Arctic and the role which this area plays in the formation of the global climate, has been underscored in the publication of the Arctic Climate System Study (1994).

Trends of annual frequencies were compared to the seasonal trends and they turned out to be quite similar in the case of circulation groups G, D, and K. The biggest discrepancies occur for groups A and B, where an ascending or descending character of the annual trend of frequency may be determined by the trend of only one season. 3). 4a). In spite of the descending tendency during the period 1939–1990, the 30-year trend is now positive. The increase in the frequency of occurrence of this macrotype in the last decade is especially distinct in winter and spring.

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