Perturbed solution of sea-air oscillator for the El Niño/La Niña-Southern Oscillation mechanism
ZHOU Xianchun, LIN Yihua, WANG Hui, MO Jiaqi
2009(3): 1-4.
Keywords: nonlinear, perturbation theory, El Niño/La Niña-Southern Oscillation model
Impact of the central Pacific zonal wind divergence and convergence on the central Pacific El Niño event
ZUO Tao, CHEN Jinnian, WANG Hongna
2014, 33(11): 85-89. doi: 10.1007/s13131-014-0497-3
Keywords: TAO observation data, central Pacific, El Niñ, o, La Niñ, a, zonal wind
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF 1982-1983 EL NIÑO EVENT
ZHANG QIWEN, WANG SHAOWU
1986(4): 517-521.
Keywords:
Roles of initial ocean states on predicting the 2002/03 central Pacific El Niño
ZHENG Fei, WANG Hui, WAN Liying
2015, 34(12): 72-79. doi: 10.1007/s13131-015-0770-0
Keywords: Initial oceanic states
The prediction on the 2015/16 El Niño event from the perspective of FIO-ESM
SONG Zhenya, SHU Qi, BAO Ying, YIN Xunqiang, QIAO Fangli
2015, 34(12): 67-71. doi: 10.1007/s13131-015-0787-4
Keywords: El Niñ, o, prediction, FIO-ESM
Variational iteration solving method for El Niño phenomenon atmospheric physics of nonlinear model
MO Jiaqi, WANG Hui, LIN Wantao, LIN Yihua
2005(5): 35-38.
Keywords: nonlinear, variational iteration method, El Niño phenomenon
A study on the relationships between the wave height and the El Niño in the north area of the South China Sea
HAN Shuzong, FAN Yongbin, DONG Yangyang, WU Shuangquan
2017, 36(5): 44-50. doi: 10.1007/s13131-017-1059-2
Keywords: South China Sea, SWAN, wave, significant wave height, El Niño
Late onsets of tropical cyclones in the decaying years of super El Niño events
LI Zhiqiang, ZHANG Runyu, LIU Kai, ZHENG Changling, CHEN Zhikun
2019, 38(7): 67-73. doi: 10.1007/s13131-019-1458-0
Keywords: super El Niño event, TC generation, disturbance source, trigger mechanism
Responses of CO2 in surface water in subtropical West Pacific to El Niño event
Xing Runan, Ma Liming, Qiao Ran, Wang Zhanggui
2001(1): 39-50.
Keywords: CO2, El Niño, the subtropical West Pacific
Synoptic-scale disturbances over the northern South China Sea and their responses to El Niño
ZENG Lili, LI Xixi, DU Yan, SHI Rui, YAO Jinglong, WANG Dongxiao, SUI Dandan
2012(5): 69-78. doi: 10.1007/s13131-012-0237-5
Keywords: northern South China Sea, synoptic-scale disturbances, El Niño, aerological meteorological observation
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