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THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE THREE-DIMEN-SIONAL TELECONNECTIONS IN THE SUMMER CIRCULATION OVER THE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE

Huang Ronghui Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Acadcmia Sirica, Beijing  
In this paper, a quasi-geostrophic, 34-level spherical coordinate model with Rayleigh friction, Newtonian cooling and the horizontal eddy thermal diffusivity is used to simulate the three-dimensional telecon nection in the summer circulation over the Northern Hemisphere. The computed results show that the change of the heat source over the Tibetan Plateau may cause the change of the atmospheric circulation over the middle and high latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere. When the heal source over the Tibetan Plateau is enhanced, it may cause the Tibetan high to enhance over South Asia and cause the change of the atmospheric circulation over East Asia and North America, i. e., Northeast China and North Japan will be controlled by a trough, which brings about a cold summer in this area. In the same way, an anticyclone will be enhanced over the Okhotsk sea. Moreover, another trough will be formed over Alaska, while another ridge will develop to the northeast of North America. Besides, the Pacific subtropical high will be weakened. These results are in good agreement with those obtained from the observed data.
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