MOHC

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AcronymDefinition
MOHCMet Office Hadley Centre (UK)
MOHCMichigan Oral Health Coalition (Lansing, MI)
MOHCMinistry of Housing and Construction (various nations)
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One of the analyses of global temperatures is done by the Met Office Hadley Centre and the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit.
As for temperatures, Professor Adam Scaife, head of long-range prediction at the Met Office Hadley Centre, said the risk of a cold start to winter has increased to 30% this year.
Mark McCarthy, manager of the National Climate Information Centre which is part of the Met Office Hadley Centre, said: "The Central England Temperature record is an invaluable data set for measuring long-term changes in the climate.
750C above the long-term average for 1961 to 1990, the warmest in records dating back to 1850, according to the analysis produced by the Met Office Hadley Centre and the University of East Anglia's (UEA) Climatic Research Unit.
Peter Stott, head of climate monitoring and attribution at the Met Office Hadley Centre, said: "2015 was a record-breaking year for our climate.
According to the Met Office Hadley Centre, this marks the first time average global temperatures have been observed more than 1[degrees]C higher than this base level.
A major new programme of collaboration has also been announced between the Met Office Hadley Centre, a leading UK climate change research centre, and the Climate Change Centre of the Chinese Meteorological Administration and the Chinese Institute of Atmospheric Physics, focussed on the climate science needed to support the development of climate services in the region.
Southampton researchers will also be engaging with experts from the Basque Centre for Climate Change, the Universities of Dundee and Exeter, the Met Office Hadley Centre, Plymouth Marine Labs, and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), Rome.
It seems the Clean Air Act in particular has led to an increased number of hurricanes over the last decade or so," says study coauthor Doug Smith of Met Office Hadley Centre in England.
Stephen Belcher, head of the Met Office Hadley Centre, said: "We have seen a run of unusual seasons in the UK and northern Europe, such as the cold winter of 2010, last year's wet weather and the cold spring this year.
Stephen Belcher, head of the Met Office Hadley Centre and chairman of next week's workshop, said: "We have seen a run of unusual seasons in the UK and northern Europe, such as the cold winter of 2010, last year's wet weather and the cold spring this year.
The United Kingdom's Met Office Hadley Centre (cited by the researchers) reports that the 40[degrees]C (104[degrees]F) temperatures at the height of the 2003 European heat wave will be common for Europe during the summer by the year 2040.