teleconnection


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teleconnection

(ˈtɛlɪkəˌnɛkʃən)
n
1. (Telecommunications) a connection via telephone or television
2. (Physical Geography) a long-distance relationship between weather patterns, as when evaporation from the Amazon basin falls as rain in S Africa, etc
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This difference in temperature can cause teleconnection events that alter the atmospheric circulation over the U.
Less randomness of the underlying precipitation processes, which may be in the teleconnection with climate patterns, is indicated.
Teleconnection between the Arctic Oscillation and Hudson Bay river discharge.
Climate teleconnection signals in global and regional scales are one of the main factors influencing climate oscillations of earth.
1999; 2004) reported that the SOI had a teleconnection of SST anomalies between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and that the SOI, therefore, had a time-lag effect on the catch of Argentine shortfin squid around Falkland Islands.
Teleconnection between tree growth in the Amazonian floodplains and the El Nino--Southern Oscillation effect.
The team compared the dates of these events with the phases of the Arctic Oscillation (AO) and the Pacific/North American teleconnection (PNA).
A teleconnection mechanism is a causal relationship between the climate variability of remote regions in the globe, which produces anomalous climate behaviour in the target region.
As communication capabilities evolve and portability of equipment improves, the cost of equipment and teleconnection continues to decline.