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Title: Analyse des températures extrêmes aux îles Canaries (Espagne) et leur rapport avec les alerts à la population émises par l'Agence Nationale de Météorologie
Other Titles: Analysis of extreme in the Canary Islands (Spain) and their relationship with weather warnings from the National Meteorological Agency
Authors: Marzol Jaén, María Victoria
Máyer Suárez, Pablo Lucas 
UNESCO Clasification: 2502 Climatología
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Université de Bourgogne
Conference: XXVII Colloque de l'Association Internationale de Climatologie
Abstract: The extreme values of the thermal regime of the two provincial capitals of the Canary Islands are analyzed in order to establish their frequency, their relationship with risk warning thresholds for heat and their recent tendencies. The results indicate that the increase in heat does not occur around midday, when the temperature is highest, but rather during the night since the frecuency of warm tropical nights is increasing more.
Source: Climat: Système & Interactions. Actes du Colloque vol.2 / Pierre Camberlin, Yves Richard, p. 663-668
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