Support for tropically-driven Pacific decadal variability based on paleoproxy evidence

Publication Type  Journal Article
Year of Publication  2001
Authors  Evans, M. N.; Cane, M. A.; Schrag, D. P.; Kaplan, A.; Linsley, B. K.; Villalba, R.; Wellington, G. M.
Journal Title  Geophysical Research Letters
Volume  28
Issue  19
Pages  3689-3692
Journal Date  Oct 1
ISBN Number  0094-8276
Accession Number  ISI:000171217300017
Key Words  sea-surface temperature; north pacific; interdecadal variability; climate variability; oscillation; enso; dynamics; america
Abstract  

Two independent proxy reconstructions of sea surface temperature reflect a common pattern of Pacific decadal sea surface temperature variability over the past two centuries. Since the pattern extends to both the northern and southern hemispheres, this result supports the idea that Pacific decadal variability is a basin-wide phenomenon originating in the tropics.

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