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Dynamics of the Indian Ocean response to boreal summer atmospheric intraseasonal oscillations Committee members: Dr. Peter Webster Dr. Emanuele Di Lorenzo.

heat flux Sengupta et al 2001 In the eastern basin intraseasonal SST anomalies are mainly forced by Q fluctuations Indian Ocean response Indian Ocean broad scale response to intraseasonal atmospheric forcing has been done mainly in models [Qui et al, 1999; Han et al 1999/waves and coastal Kelvin waves are observed in sea level anomaly fields. The 90-day peak in zonal currents suggest air-sea interaction on similar time scales. It is necessary a better understanding of how the SST feedbacks to the atmosphere/

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The Indian Monsoon A monsoon seasonal change is characterized by a variety of physical mechanisms which produce strong seasonal winds, a wet summer.

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The Forces in NatureThe Forces in Nature  Natural events are some of the most powerful and destructive forces in nature. We witness and hear about these.

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