Weather regime transitions and the interannual variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation. Part I: a likely connectionWeather regime transitions and the interannual variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation. Part I: a likely connection
Rce-tea, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
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References Abe, M., A. Kitoh and T. Yasunari, 2003: An evolution of the Asian summer monsoon associated with mountain uplift —Simulation with the mri atmosphere-ocean coupled gcm. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 81References Abe, M., A. Kitoh and T. Yasunari, 2003: An evolution of the Asian summer monsoon associated with mountain uplift —Simulation with the mri atmosphere-ocean coupled gcm. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 81
Abe, M., A. Kitoh and T. Yasunari, 2003: An evolution of the Asian summer monsoon associated with mountain uplift —Simulation with the mri atmosphere-ocean coupled gcm. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 81, 909-933
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Observed subseasonal variability of oceanic barrier and compensated layersObserved subseasonal variability of oceanic barrier and compensated layers
There is significant variability of anomalous barrier layer and compensated layer width on interannual periods, while in the North Pacific longer term changes are also detectable
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Global warming projected water cycle changes over the Mediterranean, East and West: a comparison study of a super-high resolution global model with cmip3 Fengjun Global warming projected water cycle changes over the Mediterranean, East and West: a comparison study of a super-high resolution global model with cmip3 Fengjun
A special Issue for the Royal Society Meeting 9-10 November 2009 on "Water and society: Past, present & future"
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Ancient Ecologies and the Biblical PerspectiveAncient Ecologies and the Biblical Perspective
If such periods are followed by moist seasons, conditions are ripe for the formation of
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Atlantic Basin and eastern Pacific they are called hurricanesAtlantic Basin and eastern Pacific they are called hurricanes
I. Hurricanes, typhoons and “cyclones” are exactly the same
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Professional: 2010- professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology 2002-2010 ProfessorProfessional: 2010- professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology 2002-2010 Professor
Consultant, Natural Resources Defense Council: “Predicting heat stress in Gujarat, India”
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Curriculum Vitae Daniel James Leathers Department of GeographyCurriculum Vitae Daniel James Leathers Department of Geography
Ph. D., The Pennsylvania State University, August 1988, Geography. The Pacific/North American Teleconnection Pattern and United States Climate
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Seasonal mixed layer heat budget of the tropical Atlantic OceanSeasonal mixed layer heat budget of the tropical Atlantic Ocean
The dominant balance in the southeast (6 10ºS along 10ºW) is similar to that in the northwest, with both latent heat loss and absorbed solar radiation playing important roles
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Global Particulate Organic Carbon Flux to the Ocean Floor: The Importance Of Continental MarginsGlobal Particulate Organic Carbon Flux to the Ocean Floor: The Importance Of Continental Margins
Frank E. Muller-Karger1, Ramon Varela2, Robert Thunell3, Haiying Zhang1, Chuanmin Hu1, and John J. Walsh1
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P. O. Box 3000 Boulder, co, 80307-3000P. O. Box 3000 Boulder, co, 80307-3000
The variability of ssts in the tropical Atlantic is well represented in ccsm4 although the leading eof in ccsm4 shows more homogeneous warming than the leading eof in observations
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Tropical Atlantic Biases in ccsm4Tropical Atlantic Biases in ccsm4
Abf a similar problem arises in the coupled model if the atmospheric component produces alongshore winds that are too weak. Erroneously warm coastal ssts spread westward through a combination of advection and positive air-sea feedback involving marine
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On the evolution of the oceanic component of the ipsl climate modelsOn the evolution of the oceanic component of the ipsl climate models
The aim of this paper is to detail the formulation of the oceanic component of the climate model developed at ipsl, and in particular to give insight on its evolution from the ipslcm4 version [Marti et al
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International Joint conference eu thor and bmbf north Atlantic projects: Hamburg, 24-26 September 2012International Joint conference eu thor and bmbf north Atlantic projects: Hamburg, 24-26 September 2012
Senatorin Dr. D. Stapelfeldt (bwf), Ministerialdirektor Dr. K. E. Huthmacher (bmbf), Prof. Dr. R. Mielke
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Precipitation from African Easterly WavesPrecipitation from African Easterly Waves
Itcz and its seasonal migration improves in the higher-resolution case. This suggests that capturing these transient waves and the resultant strong low-level convergence is one of the key ingredients for improving the simulation of precipitation in global
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