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10-25-Day Intraseasonal Variations of Convection and Circulation Associated with Thermal State of the Western Pacific Warm Pool during Boreal Summer


doi: 10.1007/s00376-002-0025-9

  • This study focuses on the characteristics of 10-25-day oscillation associated with the interannual variability of the thermal state in the western Pacific warm pool. The time series of 10-25-day oscillation shows a distinct feature between warm (WARM case) and cold (COLD case) summers over the western Pacific warm pool. The significant negative relationship between the time series of 10-25-day convection anomalies in Warm and Cold cases appears over most of Asian-Pacific region manifesting the interactions between the convection on interannual and 10-25-day intraseasonal time scales. At the peak and trough stages of 10-25-day convection oscillation, a Gill-type low-level atmospheric circulation anomaly, cyclonic or anticyclonic, appears northwest of the convection anomaly. This relationship between the convection and circulation exists both in Warm case and in Cold case. However, at other stages rather than the peak and trough stages, there is no Gill-type circulation response, and the circulation anomaly shows a distinct feature between the Warm and Cold cases, although the convection oscillation exhibits a roughly similar feature.
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10-25-Day Intraseasonal Variations of Convection and Circulation Associated with Thermal State of the Western Pacific Warm Pool during Boreal Summer

  • 1. Department of Earth and Space Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230026,Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Aeademy of Sciences, Beijing 100029

Abstract: This study focuses on the characteristics of 10-25-day oscillation associated with the interannual variability of the thermal state in the western Pacific warm pool. The time series of 10-25-day oscillation shows a distinct feature between warm (WARM case) and cold (COLD case) summers over the western Pacific warm pool. The significant negative relationship between the time series of 10-25-day convection anomalies in Warm and Cold cases appears over most of Asian-Pacific region manifesting the interactions between the convection on interannual and 10-25-day intraseasonal time scales. At the peak and trough stages of 10-25-day convection oscillation, a Gill-type low-level atmospheric circulation anomaly, cyclonic or anticyclonic, appears northwest of the convection anomaly. This relationship between the convection and circulation exists both in Warm case and in Cold case. However, at other stages rather than the peak and trough stages, there is no Gill-type circulation response, and the circulation anomaly shows a distinct feature between the Warm and Cold cases, although the convection oscillation exhibits a roughly similar feature.

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