• Stephens, D. J., M. J. Meuleners, H. van Loon, M. H. Lamond, and N. P. Telcik, 2007: Differences in atmospheric circulation between the development of weak and strong warm events in the Southern Oscillation. J. Climate, 20 , 21912209.

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    (a) Plot of normalized Rapa Island SLP anomalies since 1951 (black line, left y axis) vs actual Niño-3 SST anomalies (red and blue shading, right y axis). (b) Plot of normalized Niño-3 SST anomalies (red curve) vs normalized Rapa Island SLP anomalies (blue curve) and normalized 850-hPa west Pacific trade winds (purple curve), 1979–2004. All curves have been smoothed using a 5-month running mean.

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  • 1 Department of Agriculture and Food WA, South Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  • | 2 Colorado Research Associates/Northwest Research Associates, Boulder, Colorado
  • | 3 Lamond Weather Services, Karrinyup, Western Australia, Australia
  • | 4 Yarra Valley Water, Mitcham, Victoria, Australia
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Due to an error, an incorrect version of Fig. 8 in Stephens et al. (2007) was published in which the x-axis labels were not accurately placed. The correct version of Fig. 8 is presented below.

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Stephens, D. J., M. J. Meuleners, H. van Loon, M. H. Lamond, and N. P. Telcik, 2007: Differences in atmospheric circulation between the development of weak and strong warm events in the Southern Oscillation. J. Climate, 20 , 21912209.

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Fig. 8.
Fig. 8.

(a) Plot of normalized Rapa Island SLP anomalies since 1951 (black line, left y axis) vs actual Niño-3 SST anomalies (red and blue shading, right y axis). (b) Plot of normalized Niño-3 SST anomalies (red curve) vs normalized Rapa Island SLP anomalies (blue curve) and normalized 850-hPa west Pacific trade winds (purple curve), 1979–2004. All curves have been smoothed using a 5-month running mean.

Citation: Journal of Climate 21, 10; 10.1175/JCLI2502.1

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