Information - NP2.01 ENSO: Dynamics, Predictability and Timescale Interactions (co-listed in CL & OS)
ENSO is the most dominant source of interannual climate variability globally.
Its understanding and seasonal and climate prediction is of vital importance for societies affected by ENSO impacts. This session invites contributions from scientists who try to understand the dynamics of ENSO, from those who study paleo ENSO variability, ENSO impacts on climate, society and ecosystems and from those who are involved in ENSO seasonal forecasting and climate change projections. Contributions on the role of role of higher frequency variability in the east Pacific, like tropical instability waves and/or coupling with atmosphere, are encouraged.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
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