Earth's “three-poles” climate change under global warming
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    The Arctic,Antarctic and Tibetan Plateau are respectively the northernmost,southernmost and highest plateau of the earth,referred to as the earth's "three-poles" (ETP).The ETP are the key and sensitive regions to the global climate change,and their rapid changes also play an increasingly important role in the regional and global climate system.This paper reviews the latest research results in this field,highlights the basic characteristics of interdecadal climate change in the ETP regions and their impacts on regional climate,and summarizes the potential climate linkages among them under the global warming.Finally,it discusses and looks forward to the possible challenges in the ETP climate change research in the future.

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李菲,郜永祺,万欣,李倩,郭东林,王朋岭,李惠心,2021.全球变暖与地球“三极”气候变化[J].大气科学学报,44(1):1-11. LI Fei, GAO Yongqi, WAN Xin, LI Qian, GUO Donglin, WANG Pengling, LI Huixin,2021. Earth's “three-poles” climate change under global warming[J]. Trans Atmos Sci,44(1):1-11.

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  • Received:October 31,2020
  • Revised:November 17,2020
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  • Online: March 04,2021
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