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HomeClimate411Natural variability in Pacific Ocean drives decade-long intensification in Pacific walker circulation

Natural variability in Pacific Ocean drives decade-long intensification in Pacific walker circulation

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The study showed evidence that natural decadal variability related to the Pacific Ocean played a more significant role in modulating the Pacific Walker circulation change and the Walker circulation was projected to weaken in the coming decades.

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