By Jimmie Robinson
Tale JIMMIE ROBINSON
art & hide JIMMIE ROBINSON
"OH, BOMB AH!" half Three
President Obama scrambles to end up his innocence whilst the evil Bomb Queen alleges he's the daddy of her unborn baby. yet whereas Obama is at the safeguard, the Queen makes use of her attraction offense opposed to the White condominium on America's scandal-hungry media.
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19, 2633-2646. , 1975: El Niño—The Dynamic Response of the Equatorial Paciﬁc Oceanto Atmospheric Forcing. J. Phys. , 5, 572-584. Chapter 4 How to Trigger a Super El Niño? In this chapter, we trace the earliest signals of super El Niño and discuss how they contribute to the onset of super El Niño. We suggest that a special type of La Niña in ON(−1) leads the peak time of super El Niño for at least 13 months, and external forcings from the North Paciﬁc in D(−1)JFM(0) precondition the tropical Paciﬁc for the super El Niño.
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B) (a) Fig. 6 a The second SVD mode of wind stress and SST over the central tropical Paciﬁc during MAM(0); b corresponding normalized expansion coefﬁcient time series of SVD2 for SST (bar) and wind stress (line) pronounced in super El Niño events, which is suggested as one of the unique features for super El Niño in Chap. 2. To recast the PMM in our framework, a SVD analysis is performed in the same vein as Chang et al. (2007). Using anomalous SST and wind stress in the MAM(0) but with ﬁltered data as described in Chap.