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Abstract This paper investigates the formation and maintenance of the North Water Polynya, Baffin Bay in winter using a multi‐category sea‐ice model coupled with the Princeton ocean model. Monthly climatological atmospheric data from the National Centers for Environmental Prediction/National...
Abstract The forecast skill of the Canadian Meteorological Centre (CMC) operational global forecast/analysis system is assessed as a function of scale for the traditional forecast variable of 500‐hPa geopotential height using results from January 2002. These results are compared to an earlier...
Abstract An intermediate coupled model of the tropical Pacific ocean‐atmosphere system was reduced by projecting the non‐linear model onto a truncated basis set of its own empirical orthogonal functions (EOFs). For moderate coupling strengths, the simulated El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO)...
Abstract One of the expected effects of climate change is a change in the magnitudes of extreme temperatures. This effect is likely to be pronounced on the Canadian Prairies, which experience a continental climate. This study investigates the extreme minimum temperatures of the winter season at...
Abstract In this paper, an indicator that shows the maximum subsurface temperature anomalies (MSTA) is first defined to represent the thermocline variations through a case analysis of 1997/98. By using the past 46‐year (1955–2000) subsurface temperature data, thermocline oscillation and...
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