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Research Scientist With the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis

Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis

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PhD

University of Oxford

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National & International Environmental News from Green Local 175

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"The effect of greenhouse gas increases [on Arctic sea ice cover] is still larger than the effect of aerosol decreases, and we shouldn't lose sight of that fact, but aerosols are expected to play a significant role in future Arctic climate change," said Nathan Gillett, a research scientist with the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis at Environment Canada in Victoria, and a co-author of the new study.

Gillett said he and his co-authors are not suggesting humans should continue producing large amounts of aerosols to limit the effects of climate change, but rather that the effects of aerosols on sea ice loss should not be overlooked in discussions of aerosol emissions, a conversation usually dominated by the health benefits of limiting aerosols.
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Clouds with smaller, more numerous droplets are brighter and longer lasting, reflecting more sunlight and increasing the cooling effects of sulfate, said Gillett.
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Gillett and his colleagues used a climate model to calculate how man-made and natural greenhouse gases, ozone and aerosol emissions will influence Arctic sea ice cover through the end of the 21st century.


National & International Environmental News from Green Local 175

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"The effect of greenhouse gas increases [on Arctic sea ice cover] is still larger than the effect of aerosol decreases, and we shouldn't lose sight of that fact, but aerosols are expected to play a significant role in future Arctic climate change," said Nathan Gillett, a research scientist with the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis at Environment Canada in Victoria, and a co-author of the new study.

Gillett said he and his co-authors are not suggesting humans should continue producing large amounts of aerosols to limit the effects of climate change, but rather that the effects of aerosols on sea ice loss should not be overlooked in discussions of aerosol emissions, a conversation usually dominated by the health benefits of limiting aerosols.
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Clouds with smaller, more numerous droplets are brighter and longer lasting, reflecting more sunlight and increasing the cooling effects of sulfate, said Gillett.
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Gillett and his colleagues used a climate model to calculate how man-made and natural greenhouse gases, ozone and aerosol emissions will influence Arctic sea ice cover through the end of the 21st century.


A new publication by John Fyfe ...

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A new publication by John Fyfe and Nathan Gillett (Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis) and Gareth Marshall (British Antarctic Survey) shows that summer rainfall patterns in the Southern Hemisphere have changed markedly in response to rising greenhouse gas concentrations and ozone layer depletion, both caused by human activity.

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This finding stemmed from Environment Canada's Dr. Nathan Gillett's pioneering work in the field of climate change detection and attribution, ... For this paper, Dr. Gillett led a team of international scholars in the discovery of an anthropogenic warming signal in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions....


The paper, entitled Attribution of Arctic ...

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The paper, entitled Attribution of Arctic temperature change to greenhouse-gas and aerosol influences, has been written by Mohammad Reza Najafi and Francis Zwiers of the University of Victoria in Canada and by Nathan Gillett of the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis

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Attribution of Arctic temperature change to greenhouse-gas and aerosol influences by Mohammad Reza Najafi, Francis W. Zwiers and Nathan P. Gillett published in Nature Climate Change, February 2015, DOI:10.1038/NCLIMATE2524


A new publication by John Fyfe ...

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A new publication by John Fyfe and Nathan Gillett (Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis) and Gareth Marshall (British Antarctic Survey) shows that summer rainfall patterns in the Southern Hemisphere have changed markedly in response to rising greenhouse gas concentrations and ozone layer depletion, both caused by human activity.

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This finding stemmed from Environment Canada's Dr. Nathan Gillett's pioneering work in the field of climate change detection and attribution, ... For this paper, Dr. Gillett led a team of international scholars in the discovery of an anthropogenic warming signal in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions....

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