Tropical – North Pacific Climate Linkages over the Past Four Centuries *

  title={Tropical – North Pacific Climate Linkages over the Past Four Centuries *},
  author={Rosanne D. D’Arrigo and Rob J. S. Wilson and Clara Deser and Gregory C. Wiles and Edward Cook and Ricardo Villalba and Alexander W. Tudhope and Julia A Cole and Braddock K. Linsley},
Analyses of instrumental data demonstrate robust linkages between decadal-scale North Pacific and tropical Indo-Pacific climatic variability. These linkages encompass common regime shifts, including the noteworthy 1976 transition in Pacific climate. However, information on Pacific decadal variability and the tropical high-latitude climate connection is limited prior to the twentieth century. Herein tree-ring analysis is employed to extend the understanding of North Pacific climatic variability… CONTINUE READING
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