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  • Location: Camborne
  • Location: Camborne

I don't know if this is of interest to anyone.

 

This 20th anniversary edition of PAGES news explores the elusive El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) from a paleo-perspective. The initiative for this special section came out of a 2011 PMIP workshop. In a mini section, a newly introduced format in the PAGES newsletter, four articles on data assimilation address methods of combining observations and model simulations.

 

 

http://www.pages-igbp.org/download/docs/pages-news-21-2/PAGESnews_2013%282%29_LoRes.pdf

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  • Location: Hobart, Tasmania
  • Location: Hobart, Tasmania

I think its the case that when there is El Nino, the Southern Oscilliation is almost always contracted closer to Antarctica, but when there is a long period of positive ENSO, that doesn't necessarily mean its El Nino...

 

For example in the last year, conditions have been neutral ( No El Nino ) yet ENSO has almost always been positive.

These conditions by the way greatly affect temperate Australia ( southeast ), big time. Dry and warm.

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