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Tropical and Extratropical Air-Sea Interactions: Modes of Climate Variations provides a thorough introduction to global atmospheric and oceanic processes, as well as tropical, subtropical and mid-latitude ocean-atmosphere interactions. Written by leading experts in the field, each chapter is dedicated to a specific topic of air-sea interactions (such as ENSO, IOD, Atlantic Nino, ENSO Modoki, and newly discovered coastal Niños/Niñas) and their teleconnections. As the first book to cover all topics of tropical and extra-tropical air-sea interactions and new modes of climate variations, this book is an excellent resource for researchers and students of ocean, atmospheric and climate sciences.
- Presents case studies on the ocean-atmosphere phenomena, including El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO), Indian Ocean Dipole and different Nino/Nina phenomena
- Provides a clear description of air-sea relationships across the world’s ocean with an analysis of air-sea relations in different time scales and a focus on climate change
- Includes prospects for air-sea interaction research, thus benefiting young researchers and students
Researchers and students of ocean, atmospheric and climate sciences, and stakeholders in climate impacts
- Air-sea interaction in tropical Pacific: The dynamics of ENSO
2. Another flavor of tropical Pacific air-sea interaction: The dynamics of ENSO Modoki
3. The dynamics of IOD; a climate mode of Indian Ocean-atmosphere interaction
4. The dynamics of Atlantic Nino/Nina
5. The Indian Ocean subtropical dipole mode
6. The subtropical dipole modes of Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
7. The Benguela Nino/Nina
8. The Ningaloo Nino/Nina
9. The California Nino/Nina
10. The Dakar Nino/Nina
11. The dynamics of mid-latitude air-sea interactions
12. The Atlantic meridional mode
13. The high-latitude air-sea interactions
14. The tropical air-sea interactions on intra-seasonal time-scales
15. Air-sea interactions in the future climate
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st January 2021
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Dr. Swadhin K. Behera is a distinguished scientist in climate variability and predictability research with a particular emphasis on the role of oceans in modes of tropical and extratropical climate variations. He has been working in JAMSTEC for more than 20 years and is significantly involved in the climate prediction and application research during these years. He currently heads the Application Laboratory and also serves as an adjunct professor in the University of Tokyo. He has published more than 100 articles in highly cited international journals with an average citation of 46 and an h-factor of 34.
Adjunct Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan
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