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According to the delayed-oscillator picture of ENSO, a positive SST anomaly in the eastern tropical Pacific will cause westerly wind anomalies closer to the date line to first give a positive feedback, and later, via planetary wave reflection at the western boundary, a negative feedback. The aim...
Inadequate specification of divergence and moisture in the initial conditions of numerical models results in the well-documented “spinup” problem. Observational studies indicate that latent heat release can be a key ingredient in the intensification of extratropical cyclones. As a result, the...
An EOF-based reconstruction of monthly SST anomaly fields is calculated for the years 1868–1993 in the tropical Pacific Ocean. The EOFs are computed from optimally interpolated SST anomaly fields from November 1981 to October 1995 from the same region. These are used as a functional basis set...
The full-physics adjoint of the Florida State University Global Spectral Model at resolution T42L12 is applied to carry out parameter estimation using an initialized analysis dataset. The three parameters, that is, the biharmonic horizontal diffusion coefficient, the ratio of the transfer...
The interaction of an idealized easterly wave with an orographic feature representing the Sierra Madre of Mexico and a large-scale, meridionally sheared zonal flow representing the ITCZ in the eastern North Pacific is examined through numerical integration of the shallow water equations on an...
Parcel trajectories can be determined by the time integration of the velocity using the Picard successive substitution procedure. However, this scheme can rarely be applied in numerical problems because it implies (in general) an increasing difficulty in solving the analytical solution in each...
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