Why the Western Pacific Subtropical High Has Extended Westward since the Late 1970 s

@inproceedings{Zhou2008WhyTW,
  title={Why the Western Pacific Subtropical High Has Extended Westward since the Late 1970 s},
  author={Tianjun Zhou and YU RUCONG and Jie Zhang and Helge Drange and Christophe Cassou and Daniel and L. Rahikainen and Hodson and Em{\'i}lia S{\'a}nchez and G{\'o}mez and Li Jian and Noel Keenlyside and X Xin and Yuko M. Okumura},
  year={2008}
}
The western Pacific subtropical high (WPSH) is closely related to Asian climate. Previous examination of changes in the WPSH found a westward extension since the late 1970s, which has contributed to the interdecadal transition of East Asian climate. The reason for the westward extension is unknown, however. The present study suggests that this significant change of WPSH is partly due to the atmosphere’s response to the observed Indian Ocean–western Pacific (IWP) warming. Coordinated by a… CONTINUE READING
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