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Shaping Regularization in Geophysical Estimation Problems

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Tropical Teleconnections and their Implications for Modern and Past Climates

By R. Saravanan
National Center for Atmospheric Research

This talk will address the issue of tropical atmospheric teleconnections linking the ocean basins, focusing in particular on Atlantic-Pacific interaction. The remote influence of Atlantic sea surface temperature anomalies will be analyzed using a hierarchy of model simulations. The possible role of this remote influence in modern climate and in past climates will be discussed.