Oral Programme CL2.10
Tuesday, 5 April 2011
Chairperson: Irene Polo, Belen Rodriguez-Fonseca
Tropical-Tropical teleconnections and variability
How Well can We Predict the Indian Ocean Dipole?
Li Shi, Harry Hendon, Oscar Alves, Jing-Jia Luo, and Magdalena Balmaseda
A 4.5-year climate cycle of the tropical Atlantic forced by deep equatorial ocean dynamics?
Peter Brandt, Andreas Funk, Verena Hormann, Marcus Dengler, Richard J. Greatbatch, and John M. Toole
Decadal subsurface cooling and sea level fall in the tropical south Indian Ocean caused by Pacific wind forcing
Franziska U. Schwarzkopf and Claus W. Böning
Multidecadal Variability of El Niño types due to Atlantic remote influence
Marta Martin del Rey, Irene Polo, Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, and Fred Kucharski
Decadal modulation of the relation between equatorial wind anomalies and Atlantic Niños - implications for predictability
Ingo Richter, Swadhin Behera, Hideharu Sasaki, and Toshio Yamagata
Changes to the tropical circulation in a CO2 ramp-up/ramp-down simulation
Robin Chadwick and Peili Wu
Is African rainfall forced from the Pacific on multidecadal timescales?
Craig Grove, Jens Zinke, Frank Peeters, Tim Scheufen, Sebastian Kasper, Malcolm McCulloch, and Geert-Jan Brummer
Impact of the Atlantic-Pacific Niños connection over Sahelian rainfall
Teresa Losada, Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, Elsa Mohino, Serge Janicot, and Juergen Bader
Teleconnections between South American monsoon, Benguela Niño and southern Africa rainfall
Alice Grimm and Christopher Reason
The role of tropical-extratropical teleconnections in the seasonal march of the southern Spring circulation.
Anthropogenic changes in the Walker Circulation and the impact on extra-tropical planetary wave structure
Reindert Haarsma and Frank Selten
The ENSO signal over Southwestern Europe and its impact on spring rainfall
Isabel Iglesias, Nieves Lorenzo, Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, Juan Taboada, and Moncho Gómez-Gesteira