Winter and summer upwelling modes and their biological importance in the California Current Ecosystem

@inproceedings{Black2017WinterAS,
  title={Winter and summer upwelling modes and their biological importance in the California Current Ecosystem},
  author={Bryan A Black and Isaac D. Schroeder and William J. Sydeman and Steven J. Bograd and Brian K. Wells and Franklin B. Schwing},
  year={2017}
}
Analysis of monthly coastal upwelling intensities revealed two seasonal and biologically relevant upwelling ‘modes’ in the California Current Ecosystem (CCE). The first mode reflected upwelling during the summer months and was characterized by low-frequency (multidecadal) processes, including significant (Po0.01) linear trends at some latitudes. In contrast, the second mode reflected wintertime upwelling and was defined by higher-frequency variability associated with the North Pacific High and… CONTINUE READING
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