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James F. Booth, Young-Oh Kwon, Stanley Ko, R. Justin Small, and Rym Msadek

. Booth et al. (2010) showed that for JJA in the Indian Ocean, there are two active regions in the surface storm track: one near the ARC and another near the sea ice edge. Related to this, Nakamura and Shimpo (2004) emphasize that the ARC helps maintain a strong storm track during SH summer (DJF). Given the climatological importance of storm tracks and the role of WBCs in forcing surface storm tracks, it stands to reason that surface storm tracks in GCMs are a good variable to analyze to check

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