Bathymetric effect on the winter sea surface temperature and climate of the Yellow and East China Seas

@inproceedings{Xie2002BathymetricEO,
  title={Bathymetric effect on the winter sea surface temperature and climate of the Yellow and East China Seas},
  author={Shang-Ping Xie and Jan Hafner and Youichi Tanimoto and W. Timothy Liu and Hiroki Tokinaga and Haiming Xu},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Whether and how the atmosphere reacts to changes in extratropical sea surface temperature (SST) is under intense debate and this lack of understanding has been a major obstacle in the study of non-El Nino climate variability. Using new satellite measurements, we detect clear ocean-toatmospheric feedback in the Yellow and East China (YEC) Seas that is triggered by the submerged ocean bottom topography. Under intense surface cooling in winter, water properties are well mixed up to 100 m deep… CONTINUE READING
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