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A coupled climate model has been used to provide preliminary guidance on which ocean observations will be most useful for early detection of anthropogenic climate change. Given the sparsity of historical ocean measurements, early detection may need to be based on the differences between two...
Improvements in observing systems over the last two decades now permit more detailed examinations of variability in the mid- and high-latitude Southern Hemisphere circulation. In this study the leading modes of variation in the extratropical sea surface temperature are identified from the...
A unique open-ocean upwelling exists in the tropical South Indian Ocean (SIO), a result of the negative wind curl between the southeasterly trades and equatorial westerlies, raising the thermocline in the west. Analysis of in situ measurements and a model-assimilated dataset reveals a strong...
The South American monsoon system (SAMS) refers to the austral summer season features of deep convective activity and large-scale circulation. This study examines intraseasonal variations in the low-level wind circulation in the Amazon and their modulating effects on active and ““break””...
The spatial and temporal patterns of interannual temperature variability within the main thermocline (200––400-m depth) of the Pacific (30°°S––60°°N) during 1968––97 are documented in two observational datasets and an ocean general circulation model forced with observed winds and...
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