Emergence of El Niño as an autonomous component in the climate network.

@article{Gozolchiani2011EmergenceOE,
  title={Emergence of El Ni{\~n}o as an autonomous component in the climate network.},
  author={Avi Gozolchiani and Shlomo Havlin and Kazuko Yamasaki},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={107 14},
  pages={
          148501
        }
}
We construct and analyze a climate network which represents the interdependent structure of the climate in different geographical zones and find that the network responds in a unique way to El Niño events. Analyzing the dynamics of the climate network shows that when El Niño events begin, the El Niño basin partially loses its influence on its surroundings. After typically three months, this influence is restored while the basin loses almost all dependence on its surroundings and becomes… Expand

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