Optimized coral reconstructions of the Indian Ocean Dipole: An assessment of location and length considerations
The Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD; or Indian Ocean Zonal Mode) is a coupled ocean- atmosphere climate oscillation that has profound impacts on rainfall distribution across the Indian Ocean region. Instrumental records provide a reliable representation of IOD behavior since 1958, while coral reconstructions currently extend the IOD history back to 1846. Large ﬂuctuations in the number and intensity of positive IOD events over time are evident in these records, but it is unclear to what extent this...[Show more]
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