北半球における波候変動とテレコネクションパターンの関係の解析研究  [in Japanese] Relation between Long Term Wave Climate Variation and Teleconnection Pattern in Northern Hemisphere  [in Japanese]

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Teleconnection patterns (TCPs) can offer a good understanding of wave climate variability in context of climate change. The previous studies have focused on how much wave climate variability observed locally can be explained by TCPs and the spatial extent of TCP's impact on wave climate are obscure, especially in North Pacific. In this study, spatial patterns of wave climate variability corresponding to TCPs were verified using reanalysis data. The authors found that spatially band-shaped wave height distribution in North Pancific is related to West Pacific (WP) pattern, which has not been discussed before.

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  • Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering)

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B2 (Coastal Engineering) 68(2), I_1216-I_1220, 2012

    Japan Society of Civil Engineers

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