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The 54-yr (1948–2001) NCEP–NCAR reanalysis data as well as other information were used to study the moisture transport and associated circulation features for the severe 2000/01 drought over the western and central Canadian Prairies. Most of the moisture for precipitation over the region is...
The influence of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon on flooding in California coastal streams is investigated by analyzing the annual peak floods recorded at 38 gauging stations. The state of ENSO prior to and during flooding is characterized by the multivariate ENSO index...
A new daily latent and sensible flux product developed at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) with 1° × 1° resolution for the Atlantic Ocean (65°S–65°N) for the period from 1988 to 1999 was presented. The flux product was developed by using a variational objective analysis...
Recent decadal regime shifts in the large-scale circulation of the tropical atmosphere are examined using analyses and independent observations of the circulation and precipitation. Comparisons between reanalysis products and independent observations suggest that the shifts that are apparent and...
Frequently, physical variables are analyzed using gridded fields, on regular latitude–longitude frameworks. Such networks often concentrate a disproportionate number of observations over polar regions. If these types of grids are used for an S-mode principal component analysis, they produce a...
The occurrence frequency of the east Asian cold surge exhibits an interannual variation in concert with the El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle. That is, the cold surge occurs more (less) frequently during warm (cold) ENSO winters. Because the cold surge high–low dipoles are coupled...
This paper examines the impact of orographically induced mesoscale heterogeneities on the macroscopic behavior of planetary boundary layer (PBL) stratiform clouds, and implements and tests a physically based parameterization of this effect in the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA),...
Coupling between tropospheric and stratospheric leading modes in anomaly fields is investigated. By using daily data at many levels in addition to monthly mean data, the transition of spatial patterns and the direction and speed of the vertical propagation are examined in detail. Results show...
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