reference : Understanding ENSO diversity

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Abstract El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a naturally occurring mode of tropical Pacific variability, with global impacts on society and natural ecosystems. While it has long been known that El Niño events display a diverse range of amplitudes, triggers, spatial patterns, and life cycles, the realization that ENSO’s impacts can be highly sensitive to this event-to-event diversity is driving a renewed interest in the subject. This paper surveys our current state of knowledge of ENSO diversity, identifies key gaps in understanding, and outlines some promising future research directions.
Author Antonietta Capotondi; Andrew T. Wittenberg; Matthew Newman; Emanuele Di Lorenzo; Jin-Yi Yu; Pascale Braconnot; Julia Cole; Boris Dewitte; Benjamin Giese; Eric Guilyardi; Fei-Fei Jin; Kristopher Karnauskas; Benjamin Kirtman; Tong Lee; Niklas Schneider; Yan Xue; Sang-Wook Yeh
DOI 10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00117.1
Issue 6
Journal Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Pages 921-938
Title Understanding ENSO diversity
Volume 96 (12)
Year 2015
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