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The variability of the zonal-mean zonal wind in the Northern Hemisphere winter (December––March) is studied using EOF analysis and momentum budget diagnostics of NCEP––NCAR reanalysis data (1976––2001). The leading EOF of the zonal-mean zonal wind is well separated from the remaining...
El Niño––Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a natural, coupled atmospheric––oceanic cycle that occurs in the tropical Pacific Ocean on an approximate timescale of 2––7 yr. ENSO events have been shown in previous studies to be related to regional extremes in weather (e.g., hurricane...
Asian––Australian monsoon (A––AM) anomalies depend strongly on phases of El Niño (La Niña). Based on this distinctive feature, a method of extended singular value decomposition analysis was developed to analyze the changing characteristics of A––AM anomalies during El Niño (La...
A newly developed, linear baroclinic model (LBM) and its application to the tropical ENSO teleconnection is described. The model, based on primitive equations linearized about the observed, zonally varying basic state in northern winter, involves linear schemes for the cumulus convection, and...
Thin cirrus clouds (with optical depths ττ <≪ 1) play a potentially important role in the earth's atmosphere. However, their tenuous nature makes them difficult to detect, and as a result there are few quantitative, global analyses of them. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS)...
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