Interdecadal Variation of ENSO Predictability in Multiple Models

@inproceedings{Tang2008InterdecadalVO,
  title={Interdecadal Variation of ENSO Predictability in Multiple Models},
  author={Youmin Tang and Ziwang Deng and Xiaobing Zhou and Yanjie Cheng and Dake Chen},
  year={2008}
}
In this study, El Nino–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) retrospective forecasts were performed for the 120 yr from 1881 to 2000 using three realistic models that assimilate the historic dataset of sea surface temperature (SST). By examining these retrospective forecasts and corresponding observations, as well as the oceanic analyses from which forecasts were initialized, several important issues related to ENSO predictability have been explored, including its interdecadal variability and the… CONTINUE READING

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