Changing relationship between the North Atlantic Oscillation and key North Atlantic climate parameters

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[1] The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is the key indicator of long-term variability in the North Atlantic. Numerous studies have accepted as a paradigm a steady relationship between the NAO and key North Atlantic climate parameters like the sea surface temperature (SST), surface air temperature (SAT), and sea level pressure (SLP). However, some studies… (More)

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