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Journal of Climate
Prior studies have given conflicting results about the role of atmospheric intraseasonal variations in the development of the El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The Pacific Ocean intraseasonal Kelvin wave is a leading oceanic mode that may link intraseasonal tropical atmospheric variations with interannual variations in the coupled ocean-atmosphere system. This study considers the premise that if atmospheric and oceanic intraseasonal modes interact and evolve differently during various stagesdoi:10.1175/2008jcli2389.1 fatcat:3gv2uv3i5jgjbme2hqmr7udhvm