Equatorial African climate teleconnections

@article{Jury2009EquatorialAC,
  title={Equatorial African climate teleconnections},
  author={M. Jury and E. Matari and M. Matitu},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Climatology},
  year={2009},
  volume={95},
  pages={407-416}
}
Teleconnections between equatorial African climate and the surrounding circulation are examined using a convective index over the Congo River Basin in March to May (MAM) and July to September (JAS) seasons. Its influence on the wider region is determined through lag correlation and cross-wavelet analysis. During seasons of deeper convection, easterly winds weaken over the tropical Atlantic (anomalous flow toward Africa), whilst upper westerly winds weaken over southern Africa (in JAS). We view… Expand
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