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Long-life sea surface temperature
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Doris Allen.
Sea surface temperature anomalies that last for months are a key ingredient of long-range (seasonal) forecasts. In this talk I shall describe two different aspects of long-lasting SST anomalies - tropical Pacific ENSO and mid-latitude re-emergence – with the help of some simple models that help us understand these phenomena.
This talk is part of the Geophysical and Environmental Processes (DAMTP/BPI) series.
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