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Effects of the East Asian Summer Monsoon on Tropical Cyclone Genesis over the South China Sea on an Interdecadal Time Scale


doi: 10.1007/s00376-011-1080-x

  • Tropical cyclone (TC) genesis over the South China Sea (SCS) during 1965--2004 was analyzed. The locations of TC genesis display evident seasonal changes, with the mean position of formation situated north of 15oN in summer (June--July--August) and south of 15oN in autumn (September--October--November). The TC genesis in summer underwent dramatic interdecadal variations, with more and less TC frequency during 1965--1974/1995--2004 and 1979--1993, respectively. In contrast, a significant interannual variation of TC genesis with a period of ~4 years was observed in autumn.
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Effects of the East Asian Summer Monsoon on Tropical Cyclone Genesis over the South China Sea on an Interdecadal Time Scale

  • 1. Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Climate Impact Centre, School of Energy and Environment, . City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 00852;Guy Carpenter Asia-Pacific Climate Impact Centre, School of Energy and Environment, . City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 00852;State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100029, Meteorological College, PLA University of Science and Technology, Nanjing 210093;State Key Laboratory of Tropical Oceanography, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510301

Abstract: Tropical cyclone (TC) genesis over the South China Sea (SCS) during 1965--2004 was analyzed. The locations of TC genesis display evident seasonal changes, with the mean position of formation situated north of 15oN in summer (June--July--August) and south of 15oN in autumn (September--October--November). The TC genesis in summer underwent dramatic interdecadal variations, with more and less TC frequency during 1965--1974/1995--2004 and 1979--1993, respectively. In contrast, a significant interannual variation of TC genesis with a period of ~4 years was observed in autumn.

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