On the predictability of decadal changes in the North Pacific

@article{Venzke2000OnTP,
  title={On the predictability of decadal changes in the North Pacific},
  author={Stephan Venzke and Matthias M{\"u}nnich and Mojib Latif},
  journal={Climate Dynamics},
  year={2000},
  volume={16},
  pages={379-392}
}
Abstract The predictability of decadal changes in the North Pacific is investigated with an ocean general circulation model forced by simplified and realistic atmospheric conditions. First, the model is forced by a spatially fixed wind stress anomaly pattern characteristic for decadal North Pacific climate variations. The time evolution of the wind stress anomaly is chosen to be sinusoidal, with a period of 20 years. In this experiment different physical processes are found to be important for… CONTINUE READING

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