reference : The seasonal footprinting mechanism in the Pacific: Implications for ENSO

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Abstract Midlatitude atmospheric variability is identified as a particularly effective component of the stochastic forcing of ENSO. This forcing is realized via a seasonal footprinting mechanism (SFM), in which the tropical atmosphere is forced during the spring and summer by SST anomalies generated by midlatitude atmospheric variability during the previous winter. The strong relationship between the SFM and ENSO may serve to enhance ENSO predictability and supports the view that ENSO is linearly stable in nature.
Author Daniel J. Vimont; John M. Wallace; David S. Battisti
DOI 10.1175/1520-0442(2003)016<2668:tsfmit>2.0.co;2
Issue 16
Journal Journal of Climate
Pages 2668-2675
Title The seasonal footprinting mechanism in the Pacific: Implications for ENSO
Volume 16
Year 2003
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