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Increased frequency of extreme Indian Ocean Dipole events due to greenhouse warming
Cai, W.; Santoso, A.; Wang, G.; Weller, E.; Wu, L.; Ashok, K.; Masumoto, Y.; Yamagata, T. (2014). Increased frequency of extreme Indian Ocean Dipole events due to greenhouse warming. Nature (Lond.) 510(7504): 254–258. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature13327
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Cai, W.
  • Santoso, A.
  • Wang, G.
  • Weller, E.
  • Wu, L.
  • Ashok, K.
  • Masumoto, Y.
  • Yamagata, T.

Abstract
    Extreme positive-Indian-Ocean-dipole events cause devastating floods in eastern tropical Africa and severe droughts in Asia; increasing greenhouse gas emissions will make these dipole events about three times more frequent in the twenty-first century.

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