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Mathew Alexander Stiller-Reeve, David B. Stephenson, and Thomas Spengler

appropriate criterion, as the southerly winds advect moisture from the Bay of Bengal across Bangladesh. Ramage (1995) also defines the monsoon as the period when the winds are reversed compared with the winter months. As the winds are mainly from the north during the (boreal) winter, the southerly wind criterion seems justified ( Ahmed 1994 ; Ahmed and Karmakar 1993 ). At higher levels (200 hPa) we use a criterion that takes into account the formation of the easterly jet, associated with the meridional

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Chie Sakakibara

complicated, by necessity, in that they have had to adopt many of the environmentally destructive activities that are actually causing climate change: jet planes, automobiles, homes heated with gas and petroleum, powerboats, and snowmobiles just to name but a few. They often have to pursue these venues even if it might contradict the ICC role in the climate change debate. However, Iñupiat, their indigenous neighbors in the Arctic and subArctic, and most climate scientists agree that anthropogenic climate

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