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Arctic-North Pacific coupled impacts on the late autumn cold in North America

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Title
Arctic-North Pacific coupled impacts on the late autumn cold in North America
Other Titles
북극-북태평양 상호작용이 북미 지역 늦가을 한파에 미치는 영향
Authors
Sung, Mi-Kyung
Kim, Seong-Joong
Lim, Young-Kwon
Baek, Eun-Hyuk
Kim, Baek-Min
Subject
Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences
Keywords
PDO; 북극; 한파
Issue Date
2016
Citation
Sung, Mi-Kyung, et al. 2016. "Arctic-North Pacific coupled impacts on the late autumn cold in North America". ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 11(8): 1-8.
Abstract
The Pacific decadal oscillation (PDO) is known to bring an anomalously cold (warm) period to southeastern (northwestern) North America during the cold season of its positive phase through a Rossby wave linkage. This study provides evidence that the remote connection between the North Pacific and the downstream temperature over central North America is strengthened by the warm arctic conditions over the Chukchi and East Siberian Sea, especially in the late autumn season. The modulation effect of the Arctic manifests itself as an altered Rossby wave response to a transient vorticity forcing that results from an equatorward storm track shift, which is induced collaboratively by thePDOand the warm Arctic. This observational finding is supported by two independent modeling experiments: (1) an idealized coupledGCMexperiment being nudged toward the warm arctic surface condition and (2) a simple stationary wave model experiment forced by transient eddy forcing.
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/6374
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/11/8/084016
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