El Niño in a changing climate

  title={El Ni{\~n}o in a changing climate},
  author={sanG-wook yEh and Jong-Seong Kug and Boris Dewitte and Min-ho Kwon and Ben P. Kirtman and Fei-fei Jin},
El Niño events, characterized by anomalous warming in the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean, have global climatic teleconnections and are the most dominant feature of cyclic climate variability on subdecadal timescales. Understanding changes in the frequency or characteristics of El Niño events in a changing climate is therefore of broad scientific and socioeconomic interest. Recent studies show that the canonical El Niño has become less frequent and that a different kind of El Niño has become… CONTINUE READING
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