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N. Fauchereau, B. Pohl, and A. Lorrey

with the MJO propagation are evident. For example, following phase 1 of the MJO, positive geopotential anomalies propagate from lag 0 to about 10 days later from around 100°E to just west of New Zealand. Phase 4 of the MJO is associated with a positive geopotential anomaly wave train propagating from west of NZ (~150°E) to east of the international date line in about 10 days. Following phase 8 of the MJO, a region of positive geopotential anomalies propagates from the eastern Indian Ocean (~100°E

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