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Persistent anomalous flows over the subtropical western Pacific in summer

DOI: 10.1007/BF02883574

Keywords: persistent anomalies,subtropical high,Indian monsoon,anomalos forcing

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The distribution of global persistent anomaliesshows that the subtropical western Pacific is a key region with high-frequency occurrence of persistent anornalics. Analyscs of streamfunction anomalies, 013 anomalies etc. suggest that the convective heating related to Indian nlon.uwn might he responsible for the development of WPA. The results of numerical experiment by two linear bamtmpic rnodcls support the observation.


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