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Low-frequency variability enhancement of the midlatitude climate in an eddy-resolving, coupled ocean-atmosphere model. Part I: Anatomy
This study investigated coupling of the wind-driven ocean gyres with the atmospheric westerly jet, or jet stream, using an idealised, eddy-resolving, coupled ocean-atmosphere model. An empirical orthogonal function analysis showed that the ocean gyre variability is dominated by meridional shifts of the eastward jet extension and changes in strength of the subtropical inertial recirculation zone. On the other hand, the atmospheric jet variability is shown to be dominated by the growth ofdoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-2207293/v1 fatcat:via2e7h7azdrne7ggmrsumqtf4