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  • 19 Feb 2021
    Carlos R. Mechoso

    Climate Interactions among Ocean Basins

    There is overwhelming evidence that climate interactions among ocean basins provide key contributions to global climate variability in a wide range of time scales.  For example, it is accepted that El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events in the tropical Pacific Ocean have remote affects around the world, both on continents and on other ocean basins.  This […]

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  • 10 Jul 2019
    Theo Gerkema

    Tides: modern twists on an ancient topic

    In the mid 17th century, Varenius, the founder of modern geography, wrote that of all the natural phenomena, none had perplexed scientists more than the tides: the connection to the Moon was as empirically evident as it was causally elusive. Not much more could be said than that some hidden form of attraction had to […]

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