The spatiotemporal structure of twentieth-century climate variations in observations and reanalyses. Part II: Pacific pan-decadal variability

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
The spatiotemporal structure of twentieth-century climate variations in observations and reanalyses. Part II: Pacific pan-decadal variability
Author(s)
Chen J, Del Genio A, Carlson B, Bosilovich M
Publication Title
JOURNAL OF CLIMATE
Publication Title (abbreviated)
J CLIMATE
Publication Date
2008 Jun
DOI
10.1175/2007JCLI2012.1
ISSN
0894-8755
Volume
21
Issue
11
Page Count
17
First Page
2634
Last Page
2650
Keyword(s)
Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences, SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURES, NORTH PACIFIC, SOUTHERN-HEMISPHERE, INTERDECADAL VARIABILITY, EXTENDED RECONSTRUCTION, OCEAN, CIRCULATION, DYNAMICS, BASIN, ENSO
Citation
Chen J, Del Genio A, Carlson B, Bosilovich M. The spatiotemporal structure of twentieth-century climate variations in observations and reanalyses. Part II: Pacific pan-decadal variability. J CLIMATE. 2008;21 (11):2634-2650.
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