Impact of Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature on Developing El Niño

@inproceedings{Annamalai2005ImpactOI,
  title={Impact of Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature on Developing El Ni{\~n}o},
  author={Hariharasubramanian Annamalai and Shang-Ping Xie and J. P. McCreary and Ragu G. Murtugudde},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Prior to the 1976–77 climate shift (1950–76), sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies in the tropical Indian Ocean consisted of a basinwide warming during boreal fall of the developing phase of most El Ninos, whereas after the shift (1977–99) they had an east–west asymmetry—a consequence of El Nino being associated with the Indian Ocean Dipole/Zonal mode. In this study, the possible impact of these contrasting SST patterns on the ongoing El Nino is investigated, using atmospheric… CONTINUE READING

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