Low-frequency variability of the North Pacific Ocean: The roles of boundary- and wind-driven baroclinic Rossby waves

@inproceedings{Fu2002LowfrequencyVO,
  title={Low-frequency variability of the North Pacific Ocean: The roles of boundary- and wind-driven baroclinic Rossby waves},
  author={Lee-Lueng Fu and Bo Qiu},
  year={2002}
}
(1) The effects of the sea level variability along the eastern boundary of the North Pacific Ocean, including those associated with El Nino Southern Oscillation, have been considered an important factor in determining the low-frequency large-scale variability of the ocean interior through Rossby waves generated at the eastern boundary. This hypothesis is examined in this study using 8 years worth of the sea surface height observations made by the TOPEX/Poseidon satellite. The timescales of… CONTINUE READING

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