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Journal of Climate
The Pacific-Japan (PJ) pattern, also known as the East Asia-Pacific pattern, is a teleconnection that significantly influences the East Asian summer climate on various time scales. Based on several reanalysis and observational datasets, this study suggests that the PJ pattern has experienced a distinct three-dimensional structural change in the late 1990s. Compared with those during 1979-98, the PJ pattern shifts eastward by approximately 208 during 1999-2015, and the intensity of itsdoi:10.1175/jcli-d-18-0123.1 fatcat:kjsb6fnydjhvlffbortb5mwwfi