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A dipole mode in the tropical Indian Ocean
TLDR
An analysis of observational data over the past 40 years shows a dipole mode in the Indian Ocean: a pattern of internal variability with anomalously low sea surface temperatures off Sumatra and high seasurface temperatures in the western Indian Ocean, with accompanying wind and precipitation anomalies. Expand
El Niño Modoki and its possible teleconnection
[1] Using observed data sets mainly for the period 1979–2005, we find that anomalous warming events different from conventional El Nino events occur in the central equatorial Pacific. This uniqueExpand
Impact of the Indian Ocean dipole on the relationship between the Indian monsoon rainfall and ENSO
The influence of the recently discovered Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) on the interannual variability of the Indian summer monsoon rainfall (ISMR) has been investigated for the period 1958-1997. The IODExpand
Possible impacts of Indian Ocean Dipole mode events on global climate
Impacts of Indian Ocean Dipole mode (IOD) events on global climate are estimated by correlation/regression analysis. The analysis examined land rain and temperature and 3-dimensional atmosphericExpand
Individual and Combined Influences of ENSO and the Indian Ocean Dipole on the Indian Summer Monsoon
The relative influences of the ENSO and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) events on the Indian summer rainfall were studied using observational data and an atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM). TheExpand
Subtropical SST dipole events in the southern Indian Ocean
Sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies in the subtropical southern Indian Ocean show interannual dipole events that are seasonally phase-locked to the austral summer. A positive phase of the eventExpand
Impacts of recent El Niño Modoki on dry/wet conditions in the Pacific rim during boreal summer
Present work uses 1979–2005 monthly observational data to study the impacts of El Niño Modoki on dry/wet conditions in the Pacific rim during boreal summer. The El Niño Modoki phenomenon isExpand
Intrusion of the North Pacific waters into the South China Sea
Water mass distribution was studied by analyzing historical hydrographic data in the South China Sea. Despite considerable modification of characteristics as a result of mixing, waters of bothExpand
Can Luzon Strait Transport Play a Role in Conveying the Impact of ENSO to the South China Sea
The Luzon Strait transport (LST) from the Pacific into the South China Sea (SCS) is examined using results from a high-resolution ocean general circulation model. The LST from the model has a meanExpand
Influence of the Indian Ocean Dipole on the Australian winter rainfall
[1] Using an atmospheric general circulation model and observed datasets of sea surface temperature and rainfall, we studied the influence of the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) on the Australian winterExpand
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