Uma S. Bhatt focuses on Arctic, Climatology, Sea ice, Arctic sea ice decline and Arctic ice pack. Her work on Climate change expands to the thematically related Arctic. The concepts of her Climatology study are interwoven with issues in Atmospheric model and The arctic.
Uma S. Bhatt works mostly in the field of Sea ice, limiting it down to topics relating to Productivity and, in certain cases, Ecological dynamics. In Arctic sea ice decline, she works on issues like Arctic dipole anomaly, which are connected to Thermohaline circulation, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Atlantic Equatorial mode and North Atlantic Deep Water. The study incorporates disciplines such as Permafrost, Physical geography and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index in addition to Tundra.
Uma S. Bhatt mainly investigates Climatology, Arctic, Tundra, Sea ice and Physical geography. Her studies deal with areas such as Climate change, Downscaling and Precipitation as well as Climatology. Her Arctic research integrates issues from Snow and The arctic.
Her Tundra research includes elements of Productivity, Permafrost, Biomass and Vegetation, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. In the field of Sea ice, her study on Arctic ice pack overlaps with subjects such as Context. In general Physical geography study, her work on Glacier often relates to the realm of Scale, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her main research concerns Arctic, Climatology, Tundra, Physical geography and Oceanography. Her research in Arctic intersects with topics in Ecology, Climate change, Environmental resource management, The arctic and Vegetation. Particularly relevant to Middle latitudes is her body of work in Climatology.
Her Tundra research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ocean heat content, Pan arctic, Productivity, Permafrost and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. When carried out as part of a general Oceanography research project, her work on Sea ice, Beaufort scale and Storm is frequently linked to work in Decision support system and Indus, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her Sea ice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sea surface temperature, Ice core and Monsoon.
Arctic, Climatology, Physical geography, Climate change and Atmospheric sciences are her primary areas of study. Her Arctic research incorporates themes from Ecology, Vegetation, Sea surface temperature and Sea ice. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Polar amplification and Climatology.
Her Physical geography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Monsoon, Tundra, Antarctic sea ice and Ice core. Her study looks at the intersection of Climate change and topics like Carbon cycle with Seasonality and Water cycle. Uma S. Bhatt combines subjects such as Eddy covariance, Heat wave and Growing season with her study of Atmospheric sciences.
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Ecological Consequences of Sea-Ice Decline
Climatology and Interannual Variability of Arctic Cyclone Activity: 1948–2002
Xiangdong Zhang;John E. Walsh;Jing Zhang;Uma S. Bhatt.
Journal of Climate (2004)
Circumpolar Arctic Tundra Vegetation Change Is Linked to Sea Ice Decline
Earth Interactions (2010)
The Atmospheric Response to Realistic Arctic Sea Ice Anomalies in an AGCM during Winter.
Michael A. Alexander;Uma S. Bhatt;John E. Walsh;Michael S. Timlin.
Journal of Climate (2004)
Variability and Trends of Air Temperature and Pressure in the Maritime Arctic, 1875–2000
Igor V. Polyakov;Roman V. Bekryaev;Roman V. Bekryaev;Genrikh V. Alekseev;Uma S. Bhatt.
Journal of Climate (2003)
Key indicators of Arctic climate change : 1971–2017
Environmental Research Letters (2019)
State of the Climate in 2014
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
Complexity revealed in the greening of the Arctic
Nature Climate Change (2020)
Dynamics of Aboveground Phytomass of the Circumpolar Arctic Tundra During the Past Three Decades
Environmental Research Letters (2012)
Observationally based assessment of polar amplification of global warming
Igor V. Polyakov;Genrikh V. Alekseev;Roman V. Bekryaev;Uma Bhatt.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
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