해양-대기 접합모형에서 ENSO 크기의 장주기 변동성의 원인

Title
해양-대기 접합모형에서 ENSO 크기의 장주기 변동성의 원인
Alternative Title
The origin of low frequency modulation of ENSO amplitude in a CGCM
Author(s)
문병권; 전종갑; 강인식; 예상욱
Publication Year
2005-04-29
Abstract
The dominant El Nino and Southern Oscillation period increased from 2-3 years during 1960-1975 to 4-6 years after the late 190s. The amplitude of ENSO also tends to increase. However, the causes of ENSO amplitude modulation on decadal timescales are currently unknown. Recently, Moon et al (2004) suggested that changes in ENSO statistics is due to redistribution of baroclinic energy by change of vertical stratification in the equatorial Pacific, but they did not provide why the vertical stratification changes on decadal timescales. In this study we use the results from simulation to investigate the change in the equatorial subsurface structure and its impact on the ENSO decadal modulation.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/31540
Bibliographic Citation
한국기상학회 봄철 학술대회 논문집, pp.242 - 243, 2005
Publisher
한국기상학회
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
한국기상학회
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