Teleconnections of Indian summer monsoon with global surface air temperature anomalies
Keywords:Monsoon teleconnection, Interannual variability, Precursory signals, NAO
Evolution of prominent teleconnection patterns in the monthly global gridded surface air temperature anomalies associated with the interannual variability of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall (ISMR) were examined using data for the period 1901-98. Useful precursory signals for the subsequent ISMR were also identified. Teleconnection patterns showed significant signals from various geographical areas all over the globe. In the land, the temperature distribution over the Eurasian region, which is significantly influenced by the Northern Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) showed the most significant teleconnection with the ISMR. In the oceanic region, teleconnection signals were observed from most of the tropical ocean basins.
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