Observational, Theoretical and Computational Research on the Climate System
The international journal Climate Dynamics provides for the publication of high-quality research on all aspects of the dynamics of the global climate system.
Coverage includes original paleoclimatic, diagnostic, analytical and numerical modeling research on the structure and behavior of the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, biomass and land surface as interacting components of the dynamics of global climate. Contributions are focused on selected aspects of climate dynamics on particular scales of space or time.
The journal also publishes reviews and papers emphasizing an integrated view of the physical and biogeochemical processes governing climate and climate change.
Role of the meridional dipole of SSTA and associated cross-equatorial flow in the tropical eastern Pacific in terminating the 2014 El Niño development
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- Climate Dynamics
- Volume 1 / 1986 - Volume 48 / 2017
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