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Increased frequency of extreme La Niña events under greenhouse warming
Cai, W.; Wang, G.; Santoso, A.; McPhaden, M.J.; Wu, L.; Jin, F.-F.; Timmermann, A.; Collins, M.; Vecchi, G.A.; Lengaigne, M.; England, M.H.; Dommenget, D.; Takahashi, K.; Guilyardi, E. (2015). Increased frequency of extreme La Niña events under greenhouse warming. Nat. Clim. Chang. 5(2): 132–137.
In: Nature Climate Change. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 1758-678X, more
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  • Cai, W.
  • Wang, G.
  • Santoso, A.
  • McPhaden, M.J.
  • Wu, L.
  • Jin, F.-F.
  • Timmermann, A.
  • Collins, M.
  • Vecchi, G.A.
  • Lengaigne, M.
  • England, M.H.
  • Dommenget, D.
  • Takahashi, K.
  • Guilyardi, E.

    Extreme La Niña events occur when cold sea surface temperatures across the central Pacific Ocean create a strong temperature gradient to the Maritime continent in the west. This work projects an increase in frequency of La Niña events due to faster land warming relative to the ocean, and a greater chance of them occurring following extreme El Niño events.

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