The role of air – sea coupling in the simulation of the Madden –

@inproceedings{Klingaman2014TheRO,
  title={The role of air – sea coupling in the simulation of the Madden –},
  author={Nicholas P Klingaman and Steven J. Woolnough},
  year={2014}
}
The role of air–sea coupling in the simulation of the Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO) is explored using two configurations of the Hadley Centre atmospheric model (AGCM), GA3.0, which differ only in F, a parameter controlling convective entrainment and detrainment. Increasing F considerably improves deficient MJO-like variability in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, but variability in and propagation through the Maritime Continent remains weak. By coupling GA3.0 in the tropical Indo-Pacific to a… CONTINUE READING

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