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  • kajamm

    SST anomalies for the El Nino composites calculated from SODA version 2.1.6 show that there is always a small warm anomaly in the west Pacific (130[deg]-160[deg][thinsp]E, 0[deg]-15[deg][thinsp]S, shown in red box) as early as June-August (-1).

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