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《JOURNAL OF TROPICAL METEOROLOGY》 2000-01
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THE NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE INDIAN OCEA SSTA INFLUENCE ON CLIMATIC VARIATIONS OVER ASIAN MONSOON REGION

YAN Hong ming; XIAO Zi-niu (Meteorological Bureau of Yunnan Province, Yunnan Kunming 650034)  
Based on IAP9L, the effects of the sea surface temperature anomaly (SSTA) in Indian Ocean on the climate over Asian monsoon region are studied. The results indicated that the warmer (colder) SSTA in equatorial Indian Ocean would resulted in the wave trains which are similar to the teleconnection patterns PNA and EAP in middle and high latitude region. Furthermore, SSTA in Indian Ocean may result in significant effects on the weather and climate over Asian monsoon region. With the warmer (colder) SSTA forcing, the Asian Summer monsoon will break out later (earlier) and withdraw earlier (later) than usual, and it will last shorter (longer) and the intensity is weaker (stronger) than the normal.
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【CateGory Index】: P732.6
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