Insignificant influence of the 11-year solar cycle on the North Atlantic Oscillation

@article{Chiodo2019InsignificantIO,
  title={Insignificant influence of the 11-year solar cycle on the North Atlantic Oscillation},
  author={G. Chiodo and Jessica Oehrlein and L. Polvani and J. Fyfe and A. Smith},
  journal={Nature Geoscience},
  year={2019},
  volume={12},
  pages={94-99}
}
  • G. Chiodo, Jessica Oehrlein, +2 authors A. Smith
  • Published 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • Nature Geoscience
  • The North Atlantic Oscillation is the dominant mode of variability of atmospheric circulation outside of the tropics in the Northern Hemisphere in winter. To understand and attribute this mode of variability is of great societal relevance for populated regions in Eurasia. It has been widely claimed that there is a robust signal of the nearly periodic 11-year solar cycle in the North Atlantic Oscillation in winter, which thereby raises the possibility of using the solar cycle to predict the… CONTINUE READING
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