A physical mechanism of the precipitation dipole in the western United States based on PDO-storm track relationship
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- A physical mechanism of the precipitation dipole in the western United States based on PDO-storm track relationship
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- 북태평양 10년주기 변화에 따른 스톰트랙 변동과 관련된 북미대륙 강수 변동에 대한 물리적 메커니즘 규명
- Sung, Mi-Kyung
- Pacfic Decadal Oscillation; Precipitation Dipole; Storm-track
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- Sung, Mi-Kyung, et al. 2014. "A physical mechanism of the precipitation dipole in the western United States based on PDO-storm track relationship". GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 41(13): 4719-4726.
- It is known that the western United States (US) precipitation displays a north-south contrast, i.e., the so-called “precipitation dipole,” during El Nin？o and La Nin？a winters. Furthermore, the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) has been known to modulate this precipitation dipole. However, the underlying physical mechanism regulating this modulation is not well understood. This study revisits previous studies and suggests a physical mechanism of precipitation dipole modulation based on the PDO-storm track relationship.
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