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Global monsoon precipitation responses to large volcanic eruptions
- F. Liu, Jing Chai, B. Wang, J. Liu, X. Zhang, Z. Wang
- Geology, Medicine
- Scientific reports
- 11 April 2016
Climate variation of global monsoon (GM) precipitation involves both internal feedback and external forcing. Here, we focus on strong volcanic forcing since large eruptions are known to be a dominant… Expand
Modulation of decadal ENSO-like variation by effective solar radiation
Abstract Prediction of the Pacific sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly in the coming decades is a challenge as the SST anomaly changes over time due to natural and anthropogenic climate forcing.… Expand
Could the Recent Taal Volcano Eruption Trigger an El Niño and Lead to Eurasian Warming?
1School of Atmospheric Sciences and Guangdong Province Key Laboratory for Climate Change and Natural Disaster Studies, Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai 519082, China 2Southern Marine Science and… Expand
Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans
a b s t r a c t Prediction of the Pacific sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly in the coming decades is a challenge as the SST anomaly changes over time due to natural and anthropogenic climate… Expand
Enhanced Global Monsoon in Present Warm Period Due to Natural and Anthropogenic Forcings
In this study, we investigate global monsoon precipitation (GMP) changes between the Present Warm Period (PWP, 1900–2000) and the Little Ice Age (LIA, 1250–1850) by performing millennium sensitivity… Expand
NUIST ESM v3 Data Submission to CMIP6
- Jian Cao, Libin Ma, +9 authors Bin Wang
- Advances in Atmospheric Sciences
- 4 January 2021
This paper introduces the experimental designs and outputs of the Diagnostic, Evaluation and Characterization of Klima (DECK), historical, Scenario Model Intercomparison Project (MIP), and… Expand
Erratum to: Could the Recent Taal Volcano Eruption Trigger an El Niño and Lead to Eurasian Warming?
In the third column of the five row of Table 1, “120.4°W” should be “20.4°E”.
A robust equatorial Pacific westerly response to tropical volcanism in multiple models
After each of the 1963 Agung, 1982 El Chichón, and 1991 Pinatubo eruptions, an El Niño was observed. The increased likelihood of an El Niño after a tropical eruption has also been found in long-term… Expand