The impact of the Madden-Julian oscillation trend on the Antarctic warming during the 1979–2008 austral winter


Antarctica is one of the regions where the earth’s surface is warming most rapidly. The interdecadal warming trend over much of Antarctica during the austral winter is about 1 ◦C decade−1, which is almost twice that of the global mean. There is increasing observational and modeling evidence that high-latitude warming is linked to localized heating in the… (More)


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