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Journal of Climate
The influence of changing ocean conditions on the variability of climate in the North Atlantic region is studied by analyzing ensemble simulations with an atmospheric GCM forced with reconstructed sea surface temperature (SST) data for the period 1871-1999. The ocean influence on multidecadal variability is analyzed separately from the influence on interannual variability. SST-forced variability on multidecadal timescales is shown to be dominated by a single mode that, in wintertime, resemblesdoi:10.1175/1520-0442(2003)016<3296:iotoon>2.0.co;2 fatcat:twocsxqkx5e6rblwkqirvibxu4