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    • Importance of Late Fall ENSO Teleconnection in the Euro-Atlantic Sector 

      King, Martin P.; Herceg-Bulic, Ivana; Bladé, Ileana; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Keenlyside, Noel; Kucharski, Fred; Li, Camille; Sobolowski, Stefan (American Meteorological Society, 2018-07-23)
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      Recent studies have indicated the importance of fall climate forcings and teleconnections in influencing the climate of the northern mid- to high latitudes. Here, we present some exploratory analyses using observational ...
    • Overview of experiment design and comparison of models participating in phase 1 of the SPARC Quasi-Biennial Oscillation initiative (QBOi) 

      Butchart, Neal; Anstey, James A.; Hamilton, Kevin; Osprey, Scott; McLandress, Charles; Bushell, Andrew C.; Kawatani, Yoshio; Kim, Young-Ha; Lott, François; Scinocca, John; Stockdale, Tim; Bellprat, Omar; Braesicke, Peter; Cagnazzo, Chiara; Chen, Chih-Chieh; Chun, Hye-Yeong; Dobrynin, Mikhail; Garcia, Rolando R.; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Gray, Lesley J.; Holt, Laura; Kerzenmacher, Tobias; Naoe, Hiroaki; Pohlmann, Holger; Richter, Jadwiga H.; Scaife, Adam A.; Schenzinger, Verena; Serva, Federico; Versick, Stefan; Watanabe, Shingo; Yoshida, Kohei; Yukimoto, Seiji (European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2018-03-16)
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      The Stratosphere–troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate (SPARC) Quasi-Biennial Oscillation initiative (QBOi) aims to improve the fidelity of tropical stratospheric variability in general circulation and Earth ...
    • Record low northern hemisphere sea ice extent in March 2015 

      Fuckar, Neven S.; Massonnet, François; Guemas, Virginie; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Omar, Bellprat; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco; Acosta, Mario (American Meteorological Society, 2016-12-01)
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      The record low Northern Hemisphere (NH) winter sea ice maximum stemmed from a strong interannual surface anomaly in the Pacific sector, but it would not have been reached without long-term climate change.
    • The Role of Arctic Sea Ice and Sea Surface Temperatures on the Cold 2015 February Over North America 

      Bellprat, Omar; Massonnet, François; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Fuckar, Neven S.; Guemas, Virginie; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco (American Meteorological Society, 2016-12-01)
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      The cold spell of February 2015 in North America was predominantly internally generated; reduced Arctic sea ice and anomalous sea surface temperatures may have contributed in establishing and sustaining the anomalous flow.