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《SCIENTIA ATMOSPHERICA SINICA》 1998-04
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Dynamical Roles of Zonal Wind Stresses over the Tropical Pacific on the Occurring and Vanishing of El Nio Part I: Diagnostic and Theoretical Analyses

Zhang Renhe and Huang Ronghui (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing100080)  
Based on the observational data, the relationship between El Nio and the wind stress anomalies over the tropical Pacific is diagnostically studied It shows that corresponding to the process from the occurring to the vanishing of El Nio, the wind stress over the tropical western Pacific changes from the westerly anomaly to the easterly anomaly, and the westerly anomaly and the following easterly anomaly propagate to the east By using a simple tropical oceanic model forced by ideal wind stresses set up according to the observations, dynamical analyses are made The results show that zonal wind stress anomalies over the tropical western Pacific and their eastward movements play important roles in the occurring and the vanishing of El Nio The westerly anomaly can cause the increase of the mixed layer depth in the equatorial eastern Pacific and leads El Nio to occur by means of the downwelling Kelvin wave excited in the tropical western Pacific and the downwelling equatorial Rossby wave reflected from the eastern boundary, as well as the westerly anomaly itself shifted from the west to the tropical eastern Pacific The easterly anomaly can cause the decrease of the mixed layer depth in the equatorial eastern Pacific and leads El Nio to vanish by means of the upwelling Kelvin wave excited in the tropical western Pacific and the upwelling equatorial Rossby wave reflected from the eastern boundary, as well as the easterly anomaly itself shifted from the west to the tropical eastern Pacific When the easterly anomaly is in the western part and the westerly anomaly in the eastern part over the tropical western Pacific and they both move eastward, the response of the oceanic mixed layer depth in the equatorial eastern Pacific depends on the relative strength of the anomalies, which exerts significant effect on the persistent time of El Nio
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
【CateGory Index】: P732.3
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