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El Nino and the Delayed Action Oscillator


Authors: Ian Boutle, Richard H. S. Taylor, Rudolf A. Roemer
(Submitted on 10 Mar 2006)
Abstract: We study the dynamics of the El Nino phenomenon using the mathematical model of delayed-action oscillator (DAO). Topics such as the influence of the annual cycle, global warming, stochastic influences due to weather conditions and even off-equatorial heat-sinks can all be discussed using only modest analytical and numerical resources. Thus the DAO allows for a pedagogical introduction to the science of El Nino and La Nina while at the same time avoiding the need for large-scale computing resources normally associated with much more sophisticated coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation models. It is an approach which is ideally suited for student projects both at high school and undergraduate level.
Comments:
13 RevTeX pages, 14 .eps figures included, submitted to the American Journal of Physics
Subjects:
Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics (physics.ao-ph); Geophysics (physics.geo-ph)
Journal reference:
American Journal of Physics 75, 15-24 (2007)
DOI:
10.1119/1.2358155
Cite as:
arXiv:physics/0603083v1 [physics.ao-ph]

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Tozzi disse...

Olá!

Postei no meu blog (What's the deal with) alguns textos falando sobre Meteorologia Estatística, Ensino de Meteorologia e Oceanografia e etc. Acho que tem tudo a ver com o blog de vocês.

Vocês querem trocar links? Acho que o povo que vê meu blog ia se amarrar nos posts de vocês.

Confere lá!