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Yuntao Jian
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Marco Y. T. Leung
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Wen Zhou
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Maoqiu Jian
, and
Song Yang

–STV relationship over the Asian–Pacific–American region is still unclear. In addition, phase 6 of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP6; Eyring et al. 2016 ) has recently been released. Whether the models of the new version can produce a more realistic ENSO–STV simulation than the last generation (CMIP5) also needs to be evaluated. In this study, we first aim to examine the relationship between ENSO and STV over the Asian–Pacific–American region with CMIP5/6 models in a historical simulation and

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Andreas Schlueter
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Andreas H. Fink
, and
Peter Knippertz

data assimilation based on a study of equatorial waves in ECMWF short-range forecast errors . Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc. , 131 , 987 – 1011 , https://doi.org/10.1256/qj.04.54 . 10.1256/qj.04.54 Žagar , N. , M. Blaauw , B. Jesenko , and L. Magnusson , 2016 : Diagnosing model performance in the tropics. ECMWF Newsletter , No. 147, ECMWF, Reading, United Kingdom, 26–33. Zaitchik , B. F. , 2017 : Madden–Julian oscillation impacts on tropical African precipitation . Atmos. Res

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Local Rossby Wave Packet Amplitude, Phase Speed, and Group Velocity: Seasonal Variability and Their Role in Temperature Extremes

Georgios Fragkoulidis
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Volkmar Wirth

circumglobal waves (e.g., Lee and Held 1993 ; Chang 1993 ). Although theoretical arguments for the evolution of Rossby waves in idealized setups had already been put forward in the middle of the twentieth century ( Dickinson 1978 , and references therein), their actual behavior and role in the atmosphere started being investigated in recent decades, facilitated by the increasing data availability and advances in computer performance [see Wirth et al. (2018) for a review of recent developments]. In this

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