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H. Annamalai, H. Okajima, and M. Watanabe

: Influences of ENSO-induced Indo–western Pacific SST anomalies on extratropical atmospheric variability during the boreal summer. J. Climate , 18 , 2922 – 2942 . Le Treut , H. , and Z. X. Li , 1991 : Sensitivity of an atmospheric general circulation model to prescribed SST changes: Feedback effects associated with the simulation of cloud optical properties. Climate Dyn. , 5 , 175 – 187 . Lin , S. J. , and R. B. Rood , 1996 : Multidimensional flux from Lagrangian transport. Mon. Wea

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Annalisa Cherchi, Silvio Gualdi, Swadhin Behera, Jing Jia Luo, Sebastien Masson, Toshio Yamagata, and Antonio Navarra

scheme for the advection of water vapor and cloud water ( Rasch and Williamson 1990 ). The parameterization of convection is based on the mass flux concept ( Tiedtke 1989 ) modified following Nordeng (1994) . The Morcrette (1991) radiation scheme is used with the insertion of greenhouse gases and a revised parameterization for water vapor and the optical properties of clouds. The vertical turbulent transfer of momentum, mass, water vapor, and cloud water is based on the similarity theory of Monin

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