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Zheng, Y., Zhang, R., & Bourassa, M. A. (2014). Impact of East Asian Winter and Australian Summer Monsoons on the Enhanced Surface Westerlies over the Western Tropical Pacific Ocean Preceding the El Niño Onset. J. Climate, 27(5), 1928–1944.
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Yatagai, A., Krishnamurti, T. N., Kumar, V., Mishra, A. K., & Simon, A. (2014). Use of APHRODITE Rain Gauge-Based Precipitation and TRMM 3B43 Products for Improving Asian Monsoon Seasonal Precipitation Forecasts by the Superensemble Method. J. Climate, 27(3), 1062–1069.
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Choi, K. - Y., Vecchi, G. A., & Wittenberg, A. T. (2013). ENSO Transition, Duration, and Amplitude Asymmetries: Role of the Nonlinear Wind Stress Coupling in a Conceptual Model. J. Climate, 26(23), 9462–9476.
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Strazzo, S., Elsner, J. B., LaRow, T., Halperin, D. J., & Zhao, M. (2013). Observed versus GCM-Generated Local Tropical Cyclone Frequency: Comparisons Using a Spatial Lattice. J. Climate, 26(21), 8257–8268.
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Misra, V., & Michael, J. - P. (2013). Varied Diagnosis of the Observed Surface Temperature Trends in the Southeast United States. J. Climate, 26(4), 1467–1472.
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Stefanova, L., Sura, P., & Griffin, M. (2013). Quantifying the Non-Gaussianity of Wintertime Daily Maximum and Minimum Temperatures in the Southeast. J. Climate, 26(3), 838–850.
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Perron, M., & Sura, P. (2013). Climatology of Non-Gaussian Atmospheric Statistics. J. Climate, 26(3), 1063–1083.
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Zhu, J., Huang, B., & Wu, Z. (2012). The Role of Ocean Dynamics in the Interaction between the Atlantic Meridional and Equatorial Modes. J. Climate, 25(10), 3583–3598.
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Misra, V., Michael, J. - P., Boyles, R., Chassignet, E. P., Griffin, M., & O'Brien, J. J. (2012). Reconciling the Spatial Distribution of the Surface Temperature Trends in the Southeastern United States. J. Climate, 25(10), 3610–3618.
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Qian, C., Fu, C., & Wu, Z. (2011). Changes in the Amplitude of the Temperature Annual Cycle in China and Their Implication for Climate Change Research. J. Climate, 24(20), 5292–5302.
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