Nick Pepin mainly focuses on Climatology, Climate change, Global warming, Atmospheric temperature and Plateau. His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Trend surface analysis, Mean radiant temperature, Snow, Frost and Ecosystem. The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Albedo, Latent heat and Surface water.
Within one scientific family, Nick Pepin focuses on topics pertaining to Lapse rate under Climate change, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Range, Tundra, Effects of global warming and Radiosonde. His Global warming study incorporates themes from Glacier and Altitude. His research in Atmospheric temperature intersects with topics in Annual cycle and Atmospheric research.
His main research concerns Climatology, Plateau, Climate change, Atmospheric sciences and Snow. His study on Atmospheric temperature is often connected to Cloud cover as part of broader study in Climatology. His Atmospheric temperature research integrates issues from Annual cycle and Atmospheric research.
Nick Pepin combines subjects such as Cryosphere, Seasonality and Lapse rate with his study of Climate change. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Frost, Atmosphere and Relative humidity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Albedo, Climate model, Ecosystem and Water resources in addition to Snow.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Plateau, Climate change, Physical geography and Snow. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Atmosphere and Terrain. His study in the field of Coupled model intercomparison project and Extreme events is also linked to topics like Shortwave radiation and Threshold temperature.
His Physical geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cryosphere and Land surface temperature. His Snow research includes themes of River ice, Climate model, Vegetation and Water resources. In his research, Albedo is intimately related to Satellite data, which falls under the overarching field of Global warming.
Nick Pepin spends much of his time researching Plateau, Climatology, Physical geography, Global warming and Snow. His study in the field of Empirical orthogonal functions also crosses realms of Cold air. Many of his research projects under Physical geography are closely connected to Global population with Global population, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His study focuses on the intersection of Global warming and fields such as Satellite data with connections in the field of Albedo. His Snow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cryosphere and Permafrost. His Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Temperature extreme and Precipitation.
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Elevation-dependent warming in mountain regions of the world
N. Pepin;R. S. Bradley;H. F. Diaz;M. Baraer.
Nature Climate Change (2015)
Review of climate and cryospheric change in the Tibetan Plateau
S. Kang;Q. You;Q. You;W. Flugel;Nick Pepin.
Environmental Research Letters (2010)
Changes in daily climate extremes in China and their connection to the large scale atmospheric circulation during 1961–2003
Qinglong You;Qinglong You;Shichang Kang;Enric Aguilar;Nick Pepin.
Climate Dynamics (2011)
Temperature trends at high elevations: Patterns across the globe
N. C. Pepin;J. D. Lundquist.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
High mountain areas
Regine Hock;Golam Rasul;Carolina Adler;Bolivar Cáceres.
Hock, Regine; Rasul, Golam; Adler, Carolina; Cáceres, Bolívar; Gruber, Stephan; Hirabayashi, Yukiko; Jackson, Miriam; Kääb, Andreas; Kang, Shichang; Kutuzov, Stanislav; Milner, Alexander; Molau, Ulf; Morin, Samuel; Orlove, Ben; Steltzer, Heidi; Viviroli, Daniel; et al (2019). High mountain areas. In: Pörtner, H O; Roberts, D C; Masson-Delmotte, V; Zhai, P; Tignor, M; Poloczanska, E; Mintenbeck, K; Alegría, A; Nicolai, M; Okem, A; Petzold, J; Rama, B; Weyer, N M. Special Report on the Oce (2019)
Relationship between temperature trend magnitude, elevation and mean temperature in the Tibetan Plateau from homogenized surface stations and reanalysis data
Qinglong You;Qinglong You;Shichang Kang;Nick Pepin;Wolfgang-Albert Flügel.
Global and Planetary Change (2010)
A global comparison of surface and free‐air temperatures at high elevations
N. C. Pepin;N. C. Pepin;Dian J. Seidel.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Relationship between trends in temperature extremes and elevation in the eastern and central Tibetan Plateau, 1961–2005
Qinglong You;Shichang Kang;Nick Pepin;Yuping Yan.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Climate change in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: free air versus surface temperature trends
Nick Pepin;M. Losleben.
International Journal of Climatology (2002)
On the use of weather data in ecological studies along altitudinal and latitudinal gradients
Bente J. Graae;Pieter De Frenne;Annette Kolb;Jörg Brunet.
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