The international implications of the Chinese model of development in the Global South: Asian Consensus as a network power. This paper analyzes People's Republic of China PRC economic and political ascendance in the 21 st century focusing on the evolution of the sui generis economic development model and its significances of the evolution of relationship between China and the developing countries in the peripheral "Global South. People's Republic of China PRC economic and political ascendance in the 21 st century characterized a rapid important process of transformation in the international political and economics realms. In this article we focus on the evolution of the Chinese sui generis economic development model and its significances links with the developing countries in the peripheral "Global South. Scholars in the United States have polarized the discussion Friedberg ; Vadell
Please take this quick survey to tell us about what happens after you publish a paper. Climate Dynamics. CMIP5 models exhibit a mean dry bias and a large inter-model spread in simulating South Asian monsoon precipitation but the origins of the bias and spread are not well understood. Using moisture and energy budget analysis that exploits the weak temperature gradients in the tropics, we derived a non-linear relationship between the normalized precipitation and normalized precipitable water that is similar to the non-linear relationship between precipitation and precipitable water found in previous observational studies. About half of the 21 models analyzed fall in the steep gradient of the non-linear relationship where small differences in the normalized precipitable water in the equatorial Indian Ocean EIO manifest in large differences in normalized precipitation in the region. Models with larger normalized precipitable water in the EIO during spring contribute disproportionately to the large inter-model spread and multi-model mean dry bias in monsoon precipitation through perturbations of the large-scale winds. Thus the intermodel spread in precipitable water over EIO leads to the dry bias in the multi-model mean South Asian monsoon precipitation.
Utilization of the cropgro-soybean model to estimate yield loss caused by Asian rust in cultivars with different cycle. In recent years, crop models have increasingly been used to simulate agricultural features. The DSSAT Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer is an important tool in modeling growth; however, one of its limitations is related to the unaccounted-for effect of diseases. GLUE Generalized Likelihood Uncertainty Estimation was used for the estimation of the genetic coefficients, and pedotransfer functions have been utilized to estimate the physical characteristics of the soil. For all of the sowing dates, the early season cultivar, M-SOY , exhibited a lower variance in yield, which represents more stability with regard to the interannual climate variability, i.
The former depicts atmospheric variability closely associated with the intensity of the Siberian high, and the latter characterizes the teleconnection pattern of atmospheric variability between Asia and the Arctic, which is distinct from the Arctic Oscillation AO. The AA pattern plays more important roles in regulating winter precipitation and the hPa meridional wind component over East Asia than the SH pattern, which controls surface air temperature variability over East Asia. In the Arctic Ocean and its marginal seas, sea ice loss in both autumn and winter could bring the positive phase of the SH pattern or cause the negative phase of the AA pattern.