The paper concentrates on the response of the atmospheric circulation non-tropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere to considerable sea surface temperature anomalies regularly occurring in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, related to the El Niño event. It has been established that during El Niño, zonal western circulation and meridional southern circulation tend to decay (being −2.6% and −5.4% respectively), while meridional northern circulation intensifies (+8.0%). The paper examines regional peculiarities of the non-tropical atmospheric response to the processes taking in the tropics. It is shown that atmospheric circulation reconstruction is most essential in the Siberian (10.4%) and Pacific (10.2%) sections and is minimal (4.3%) in the Atlantic region. These peculiarities of the regional atmospheric circulation reconstruction may be taken into account to predict short-term climatic variations in the Northern Hemisphere.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 22, 2006
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