강한 몬순의 두가지 type에 관한 연구

Title
강한 몬순의 두가지 type에 관한 연구
Alternative Title
Two Types of strong Northeast Asian Summer Monsoon
Author(s)
김정은; 홍성유; 예상욱
Publication Year
2007-10-27
Abstract
A question regarding how a basin-wide warming in the Indian Ocean is associated with the subsystem of Asian summer monsoon is unanswered. We examine the characteristics of strong northeast Asian summer monsoon (NEASM) with (i.e., A-type) and without (i.e., B-type) a basin-wide warming in the Indian Ocean during the preceding winter. In case of the A-type strong El Nino-like sea surface temperature (SST) decay very rapidly from the preceding winter to the following summer, which may be due to a feedback process of warm Indian Ocean. In contrast, an El Nino-like SST during the preceding winter persistently influences into the following summer as in the B-type. Furthermore, the striking difference can be found in the atmospheric teleconnection pattern from the tropics to the midlatitude over the Indo-Pacific region, i.e., the Pacific-Japan-like pattern versus a pronounced Rossby wave train pattern. Such processes may result in somewhat different spatial structure and rainfall intensity in the two types of strong NEASM.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/30271
Bibliographic Citation
한국기상학회, pp.494 - 495, 2007
Publisher
한국기상학회지
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
한국기상학회지
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