Cutforth, H. and Judiesch, D. 2012. Temperature trends in the semiarid prairie of southwestern Saskatchewan revisited. Can. J. Soil Sci. 92: 803-806. Average annual and seasonal temperatures for 1950-2007 were compared with 1950-1997 for warming trends in the semiarid Canadian prairie south of Swift Current, SK. The additional 10 yr did not alter the direction or magnitude of the warming trends. Briefly, late winter-early spring (January through April) continued to experience the largest warming trend, whereas there continued to be no warming trend for the fall-early winter (September through December) period.
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