Variations in ENSO Phase Locking

@inproceedings{Neelin2000VariationsIE,
  title={Variations in ENSO Phase Locking},
  author={J David Neelin and Friederike Jin and H. H. Syu},
  year={2000}
}
A hybrid coupled model (HCM) and a simple coupled model (two variables) for the tropical Pacific ocean- atmosphere system are employed to examine the variations of ENSO phase-locking behavior. The HCM consists of an ocean general circulation model coupled to an empirical atmospheric model. While it is often stated that the warm peak phase of El Nino in observations tends to occur in a preferred season, both model simulations and analysis of observations suggest that the phase-locking behavior… CONTINUE READING

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