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Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins Observations, Mechanisms, Predictibility, and Impacts

By: Carlos R Mechoso(Editor)
350 pages, 104 b/w illustrations, 1 table
Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins
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  • Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins ISBN: 9781108492706 Hardback Nov 2020 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Climate variability in different ocean basins can impact one another, for instance the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) in the Pacific Ocean has remote effects on other tropical oceans around the world, which in turn modulate ENSO. With chapters by eminent researchers, Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins provides a comprehensive review on how interactions among the climates in different ocean basins are key contributors to global climate variability. It discusses how interbasin interactions are mediated by oceanic and atmospheric bridges and explains exciting new possibilities for enhancing climate prediction globally. The first part of Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins covers essential theory and introduces the basic mechanisms for remote connection and local amplification. The second presents outstanding examples. The latter part discusses applications to cases of societal interest such as impacts on monsoon systems and expectations after climate change. This comprehensive reference is a useful resource for graduate students and researchers in the atmospheric and ocean sciences.


1. Variability of the oceans / Jin-Yi Yu, Edmo Campos, Teresa Losada Doval, Yan Du, Tor Eldevik, Sarah Gille, Michael J. McPhaden and Lars Henrik Smedsrud
2. Teleconnections in the atmosphere / Soon-Il An, Chunzai Wang and Carlos R. Mechoso
3. Atmosphere-ocean interactions / Ping Chang, Ingo Richter, Hank Dijkstra, Claudia Wieners and Timothy A. Myers
4. Interannual variability of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans / Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, Yoo-Ge Ham, Sang-Ki Lee, Marta Martín-Rey, Irene Polo Sánchez and Regina Rodrigues
5. Indian Ocean variability and interactions / Fred Kucharski, Arne Biastoch, Karumuri Ashok and Dongliang Yuang
6. The Arctic Mediterranean / Tor Eldevik, Lars H. Smedsrud, Camille Li, Marius Årthun, Erica Madonna and Lea Svendsen
7. Combined oceanic influences on the continental climates / Akio Kitoh, Elsa Mohino, Yihui Ding, Kavirajan Rajendran, Tercio Ambrizzi, Jose Marengo and Victor Magaña
8. Basin interactions and predictability / Noel Keenlyside, Yu Kosaka, Nicolas Vigaud, Andrew Robertson, Yiguo Wang, Dietmar Dommenget, Jing-Jia Luo and Daniela Matei
9. Climate change and impacts on variability and interactions / Anny Cazenave, Gerald Meehl, Marisa Montoya, J. Robbie Toggweiler and Claudia Wieners

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Carlos R. Mechoso is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the Department of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, and has been appointed 'Professor Honorifico' by Universidad Complutense, Madrid. He is author of more than 200 scientific publications, including pioneering contributions on numerical modelling of the coupled atmosphere-ocean system. Much of his research has focused on the El Niño/Southern Oscillation and its impacts. He has chaired international research programs on different aspects of the climate of the Americas, and is a fellow of the American and Royal Meteorological Societies. For this book, he assembled an international team of researchers working on a major topic of current research.

- Jin-Yi Yu
- Edmo Campos
- Teresa Losada Doval
- Yan Du
- Tor Eldevik
- Sarah Gille
- Michael J. McPhaden
- Lars Henrik Smedsrud
- Soon-Il An
- Chunzai Wang
- Carlos R. Mechoso
- Ping Chang
- Ingo Richter
- Hank Dijkstra
- Claudia Wieners
- Timothy A. Myers
- Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca
- Yoo-Ge Ham
- Sang-Ki Lee
- Marta Martín-Rey
- Irene Polo Sánchez
- Regina Rodrigues
- Fred Kucharski
- Arne Biastoch
- Karumuri Ashok
- Dongliang Yuang
- Camille Li
- Marius Årthun
- Erica Madonna
- Lea Svendsen
- Akio Kitoh
- Elsa Mohino
- Yihui Ding
- Kavirajan Rajendran
- Tercio Ambrizzi
- Jose Marengo
- Victor Magaña
- Noel Keenlyside
- Yu Kosaka
- Nicolas Vigaud
- Andrew Robertson
- Yiguo Wang
- Dietmar Dommenget
- Jing-Jia Luo
- Daniela Matei
- Anny Cazenave
- Gerald Meehl
- Marisa Montoya
- J. Robbie Toggweiler

By: Carlos R Mechoso(Editor)
350 pages, 104 b/w illustrations, 1 table
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