How Oceanic Oscillation Drives Soil Moisture Variations over Mainland Australia: An Analysis of 32 Years of Satellite Observations
Australia is frequently subject to droughts and floods. Its hydrology is strongly connected to oceanic and atmospheric oscillations (climate modes) such as the El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), Indian Ocean dipole (IOD), and southern annular mode (SAM
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