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Precipitation Patterns Associated with the High Index Phase of the Southern Oscillation

Precipitation Patterns Associated with the High Index Phase of the Southern Oscillation,10.1175/1520-0442(1989)002<0268:PPAWTH>2.0.CO;2,Journal of Cli

Precipitation Patterns Associated with the High Index Phase of the Southern Oscillation   (Citations: 390)
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Journal: Journal of Climate - J CLIMATE , vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 268-284, 1989
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    • ...The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon, drives major changes in rainfall (Ropelewski and Halpert 1989; Allan and Ansell 2006; Power et al. 1999), river flow (Kahya and Dracup 1993 ;M erendo1995; Power et al. 1999), agricultural production (Phillips et al. 1998; Hammer et al. 2000; Power et al. 1999), ecosystems (Holmgren et al. 2001), and disease (Nicholls 1993 ;B ouma and Dye1997; Pascual et al. 2000) in many parts of the ...

    Scott B. Power. Simple analytic solutions of the linear delayed-action oscillator equa...

    • ...Many studies then illustrated the links between ENSO and the southwest monsoon, suggesting that anomalously warm temperatures in the central Pacific during El Nin ˜o induce anomalous subsidence further west, over India, which tend to diminish convection and rainfall (Shukla and Paolino 1983; Rasmusson and Carpenter 1983; Ropelewski and Halpert 1987, 1989; Nageswara Rao 1999)...
    • ...There is also an influence of ENSO on the northeast monsoon (Ropelewski and Halpert 1987, 1989; Nageswara Rao 1999; Kripalani and Kumar 2004; Kumar et al. 2007; Revadekar and Kulkarni 2008), with an El Nin ˜o being associated with increased northeast monsoon rainfall over southern India and Sri Lanka between October and December...
    • ...In October–November before its peak, El Nin ˜o is associated with increased rainfall over SISL, as discussed in Ropelewski and Halpert (1987, 1989) and Zubair and Ropelewski (2006)...
    • ...The strongest correlation with ENSO over that region is during the northeast monsoon, in October–November, as reported in Ropelewski and Halpert (1987, 1989) and Zubair and Ropelewski (2006)...
    • ...This statistical relation (correlation of - 0.46, significant at the 98% level) is of roughly the same amplitude as the one for the northeast monsoon (Ropelewski and Halpert 1987, 1989; Zubair and Ropelewski 2006; Kumar et al. 2007), but has opposite sign (compare Fig. 8b, c). Rainfall anomalies over the SISL region are also associated with Indian Ocean SST anomalies, and in particular with the inter-hemispheric SST gradient anomaly ...

    J. Vialardet al. Factors controlling January–April rainfall over southern India and Sri...

    • ...Kousky et al. 1984; Ropelewski and Halpert 1987, 1989; Aceituno 1988; Rao and Hada 1990; Grimm et al. 2000; Grimm 2003, 2004)...
    • ...Kousky et al. 1984; Ropelewski and Halpert 1987, 1989; Aceituno 1988; Rao and Hada 1990; Pisciottano et al. 1994; Grimm et al. 1998, 2000; Grimm 2003, 2004; Ropelewski and Bell 2008; Grimm and Tedeschi 2009)...

    Alice M. Grimm. Interannual climate variability in South America: impacts on seasonal ...

    • ...Both observational studies [Ropelewski and Halpert, 1986, 1989] and model experiments [Schubert et al., 2009] indicate that drought is more likely to occur over the Southwest, the Great Plains, and the Southeast during cold ENSO events...

    Kingtse C. Mo. Drought onset and recovery over the United States

    • ...South America is one of the continental regions around the world that is directly influenced by ENSO (Ropelewski and Halpert 1989)...

    Andréa S. Taschettoet al. Can Indian Ocean SST anomalies influence South American rainfall?

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