the asian summer monsoon

The Asian Summer Monsoon
Author: Yunyun Liu
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2019-07-13
Pages: 258
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The Asian Summer Monsoon: Characteristics, Variability, Teleconnections and Projection focuses on the connections between the Indian Summer and East Asian Summer Monsoons, also including the South China Sea Summer Monsoon. While these systems have profound differences, their interactions have significant impacts on the climatic regimes in the region and throughout the world. In summer, the ASM engine pumps moisture transported across thousands of miles from the Indian and Pacific Oceans to the monsoon regions, producing heavy rains over south and east Asia and its adjacent marginal seas. This book reviews the different subsystems and their impact, providing guidance to enhance prediction models. Synthesizes the connections between the East Asian Summer Monsoon, the Indian Summer Monsoon and the Asian Summer Monsoon system Includes subsections on holistic characteristics, sub-seasonal and interannual variability, teleconnection patterns, and projections of future change Connects current theory and practice on Asian Monsoon forecasting, providing researchers with new skills and information to use in climate and weather forecasting

The South Asian Summer Monsoon
Author: M. G. Hamilton
Publisher: Hodder Education
Release Date: 1979
Pages: 72
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The Asian Summer Monsoon
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Release Date: 2012
Pages: 57
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The Asian Summer Monsoon And Its Predictability
Author: Laura Ferranti
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Release Date: 1997
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On The Linkage Between The Asian Summer Monsoon And Tropopause Folds
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Release Date: 2018
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Abstract: This study uses a set of idealized aquaplanet model experiments to investigate the linkage between the Asian summer monsoon circulation and tropopause fold activity. It is found that folds tend to occur on the northwestern side of the upper‐level anticyclone associated with the monsoon circulation and are generated due to intensified monsoon circulation and resulting intensified subsidence. In addition, the impact of tropopause folds on extreme rainfall events is also examined. It is found that while the likelihood of extreme rainfall is largely decreased at and upstream of the occurrence of folds, the likelihood is significantly increased downstream. This pattern of suppression of extreme rainfall upstream and promotion downstream also persists for about 1–2days, which likely suggests a positive feedback between extreme rainfall downstream and tropopause folds. Finally, changes in tropopause folds with monsoon intensity are also discussed. Key Points: Tropopause folds during northern summer occur as a result of monsoon dynamics Tropopause folds are associated with decreased likelihood of extreme rainfall upstream while increased likelihood downstream Tropopause folds vary with monsoon intensity.

Chapter 3 South Asian Summer Monsoon Variability In A Changing Climate
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Release Date: 2014
Pages: 30
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East Asian Summer Monsoon Simulations  Dynamical Downscaling And Seasonal Prediction
Author: Bo Huang
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Release Date: 2017
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Asian Summer Monsoon Diagnostics For CAM5 1
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Release Date: 2012
Pages: 11
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Monsoon Dynamics
Author: Sir James Lighthill
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 1981-03-19
Pages: 735
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This volume presents a survey of our state of knowledge of the physical and dynamical processes involved in the Asian monsoon. Although traditionally the main emphasis has been on the study of the atmospheric component, it has long been known that the oceans play a vitally important part in determining the occurrence of this spectacular seasonal event. A scientific study of this phenomenon involves a detailed investigation of the dynamical processes which occur in both the atmosphere and the ocean, on timescales on up to at least a year and on spatial scales from a few hundred kilometres or so up to that of the global atmospheric and oceanic circulations. The editors present a coherent survey of each of the meteorological, oceanographic and hydrological aspects and of their implications for weather forecasting and flood prediction. Monsoon Dynamics is a timely survey of a dramatic meteorological phenomenon which will interest meteorologists, climatologists and geophysicists.

Contrasting Patterns In Abrupt Asian Summer Monsoon Changes In The Last Glacial Period And The Holocene
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Release Date: 2018
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The Asian Monsoon
Author: Bin Wang
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2006-01-13
Pages: 787
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This is a timely, interdisciplinary scientific overview of the atmosphere, the ocean and the land surface as it interacts with physical, chemical and biological processes. The high level of detail sets it apart from other studies of monsoon meteorology. The text includes analysis of paleoclimate records, human influences on the monsoon climate and the economic impacts of the monsoon on economies and to human health.

Intraseasonal Variation Of The East Asian Summer Monsoon Associated With The Madden   Julian Oscillation
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Abstract : We investigate the daily variability of the East Asian summer monsoon (EASM) by projecting daily wind anomaly data onto the two major modes of an interannual multivariate Empirical Orthogonal Functions analysis. Mode 1, closely resembling the Pacific–Japan (PJ) pattern and referred to as PJ‐mode, transits from positive to negative phase around mid‐summer consistent with the Meiyu rains predominantly being an early summer phenomenon. Mode 2, which is influenced by the Indian summer monsoon (ISM) and referred to as ISM‐mode, peaks in late July and early August and is associated with rainfall farther north over China. We then analyze the relation between the intraseasonal variation of the EASM and the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO) by analyzing circulation anomalies following MJO events. In the lower troposphere, the circulation anomalies associated with the MJO most strongly project on the PJ‐mode. MJO phases 1–4 (5–8) favor the positive (negative) phase of the PJ‐mode by favoring the anticyclonic (cyclonic) anomalies over the subtropical western North Pacific. In the upper troposphere, the circulation anomalies associated with the MJO project mainly on the ISM‐mode. Abstract : The two major modes of the interannual variability of the East Asian summer monsoon, as shown in the image, are associated with the Pacific–Japan pattern (PJ‐mode) and the Indian summer monsoon (ISM‐mode), respectively. Here, we establish a connection between the daily variation of these two modes and tropical intraseasonal variability, in terms of the Madden–Julian Oscillation (MJO). In the lower troposphere, the MJO is mainly associated with the PJ‐mode and in the upper troposphere, the MJO is mainly associated with the ISM‐mode.

East Asian Monsoon
Author: Chih-Pei Chang
Publisher: World Scientific
Release Date: 2004
Pages: 564
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The East Asian summer monsoon has complex space and time structures that are distinct from the South Asian summer monsoon. It covers both subtropics and midlatitudes and its rainfall tends to be concentrated in rain belts that stretch for many thousands of kilometers and affect China, Japan, Korea, and the surrounding areas. The circulation of the East Asian winter monsoon encompasses a large meridional domain with cold air outbreaks emanating from the Siberian high and penetrates deeply into the equatorial Maritime Continent region, where the center of maximum rainfall has long been recognized as a major planetary scale heat source that provides a significant amount of energy which drives the global circulation during boreal winter. The East Asian summer monsoon is also closely linked with the West Pacific summer monsoon. Both are part of the global climate system and are affected by El Nino?Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and surface temperature variations in the western Pacific and surrounding oceans, the tropospheric biennial oscillation, and the South Asian summer monsoon. In addition, typhoons in the western North Pacific are most active during the East Asian summer monsoon. They may be considered as a component of the East Asian summer monsoon as they contribute substantial amounts of rainfall and have major impacts on the region. Because of its impacts on nearly one-third of the worldOCOs population and on the global climate system (including effects on the climate change), the study of the East Asian monsoon has received increased attention both in East Asian countries and in the United States. This book presents reviews of recent research on the subject."

Numerical Experiments On The Simulation Of The 1979 Asian Summer Monsoon
Author: U. C. Mohanty
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Release Date: 1984
Pages: 46
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Recent Progress In Atmospheric Sciences  Applications To The Asia Pacific Region
Author: Kuo Nan Liou
Publisher: World Scientific
Release Date: 2008-12-22
Pages: 496
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This book contains 22 peer-reviewed articles that cover a spectrum of contemporary subjects relevant to atmospheric sciences, with specific applications to the Asia-Pacific region. The majority of these papers consist of a review of a scientific sub-field in atmospheric sciences, while some contain original contributions. All of the accepted papers were subject to scientific reviews and revisions.The book is divided into 2 traditional fields in atmospheric sciences: atmospheric dynamics and meteorology; and atmospheric physics and chemistry. The authors of these papers are distinguished alumni of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the National Taiwan University, residing in the USA and Taiwan. This book is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences that occurred in 2004.Papers in atmospheric dynamics and meteorology cover the following subjects: El Niño/Southern Oscillation, air/sea interactions, convection in the tropics, meiyu frontal systems, tropical cyclones/typhoons, data assimilations, and mesoscale modeling. In atmospheric physics and chemistry, subjects range from aerosols/clouds interactions, heat budgets in the context of air/sea interactions, atmospheric radiative transfer, remote sensing of the oceans, Asian dust outbreaks and clouds, reviews of cloud microphysics and urban ozone formations, to a satellite GPS system for typhoon studies and weather predictions.

Monsoon Meteorology
Author: Chih-Pei Chang
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date: 1987
Pages: 544
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Very Good,No Highlights or Markup,all pages are intact.

The Large Scale Hydrologic Cycle And Its Role In Asian Summer Monsoon Variations Induced By Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies
Author: Yunlai Zhu
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Release Date: 1993
Pages: 410
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Monsoon Evolution And Tectonics
Author: Peter D. Clift
Publisher: Geological Society of London
Release Date: 2010
Pages: 308
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The Earth's climate varies through geological time as a result of external, orbital processes, as well as the positions of continents, growth of mountains and the opening and closure of oceanic gateways. Climate modelling suggests that the intensity of the Asian monsoon should correlate, at least in part, with the uplift history of the Tibetan Plateau and the Himalaya, as well as the evolution of gateways and the retreat of shallow seas in Central Asia. Long-term reconstructions of both mountain building and monsoon activity are key to testing the proposed links. This collection of papers presents a series of new studies documenting the variations of the Asian monsoon on orbital and tectonic timescales, together with the impact this has had on environmental conditions. The issue of which proxies are best suited to measuring monsoons is addressed, as is the effect that the monsoon has had on erosion and the formation of the stratigraphic record both on and offshore.

MMGB Collected Papers  Asia Summer Monsoon And Mesoscale Numerical Simulation
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Release Date: 2005
Pages: 292
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Effects Of Changing Physical Parametrisations On The Simulation Of The Asian Summer Monsoon In The UK Meteorological Office Unified Model
Author: G. M. Martin
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Release Date: 2000
Pages: 45
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