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A STUDY OF WINTERTIME CIRCULATION ANOMALIES DURING PAST EL-NINO EVENTS USING A HIGH-RESOLUTION GENERAL-CIRCULATION MODEL .1. INFLUENCE OF MODEL CLIMATOLOGY

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A basic objective is to study the influence of model climatology on the response to a tropical s.s.t. anomaly. This was done both by comparing our results with those from a lower resolution GCM (the NCAR Community Climate Model) with an identical s.s.t. anomaly, and by performing control and anomaly integrations with both mean and envelope orography. The specification of orography strongly influences the strength of the mean zonal flow, and stationary and transient wave activity in our model....

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10.1002/qj.49711247304

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Journal:
QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
Volume:
112
Issue:
473
Pages:
613-638
Publication date:
1986-07-05
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ISSN:
0035-9009
URN:
uuid:d25dfb8b-f6d6-4b64-a947-fe81f4e3bd1d
Source identifiers:
169938
Local pid:
pubs:169938
Language:
English

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