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Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones intensified by El Niño delivery of subsurface ocean heat
Jin, F.-F.; Boucharel, J.; Lin, I.-I. (2014). Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones intensified by El Niño delivery of subsurface ocean heat. Nature (Lond.) 516(7529): 82–85. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/nature13958
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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Keywords
    El Nino phenomena; Physical oceanography; Marine

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  • Jin, F.-F.
  • Boucharel, J.
  • Lin, I.-I.

Abstract
    El Niño events can transfer subsurface heat to the eastern North Pacific with a delay of several months, causing the intensification of tropical cyclones; the mechanism may lead to insights into past variations in tropical cyclone intensity and enhance seasonal predictions.

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