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Modified over 6 years ago
Validation Plot for the ECMWF Nino3.4 Forecast
Validation Plot for 2008 Forecast (All Cool ENSO composite) Modified Flow (cfs)
WY 2007WY 2008 Potential Implications of ENSO Transition States
19041.47 19071.00 19211.00 19250.49 19320.39 19430.88 19650.90 19711.55 19742.22 19840.58 1989-0.40 19960.93 19990.89 Historic Dalles Apr-Sept streamflow anomalies for water years with previous winter warm ENSO, current winter cool ENSO Stats: 12 of 13 above 0.39 11 of 13 above 0.49 9 of 13 above 0.88
Modified Flow (cfs) Validation Plot for 2008 Forecast (All Warm to Cool ENSO composite)
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