Response of Sea Ice to the Arctic Oscillation.

@inproceedings{Rigor2002ResponseOS,
  title={Response of Sea Ice to the Arctic Oscillation.},
  author={Ignatius G. Rigor and John Michael Wallace and Roger L. Colony},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Data collected by the International Arctic Buoy Programme from 1979 to 1998 are analyzed to obtain statistics of sea level pressure (SLP) and sea ice motion (SIM). The annual and seasonal mean fields agree with those obtained in previous studies of Arctic climatology. The data show a 3-hPa decrease in decadal mean SLP over the central Arctic Ocean between 1979–88 and 1989–98. This decrease in SLP drives a cyclonic trend in SIM, which resembles the structure of the Arctic Oscillation… CONTINUE READING

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