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close this bookEmpirical investigation on the relationship between climate and small pelagic global regimes and El Niño-southern oscillation (ENSO) (1997)
close this folder3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
close this folder3.1. Global climate regimes
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View the document3.1.1. Identification of global climate regimes
View the document3.1.2. Global climate regimes as reflected by wide-coverage air temperature series
View the document3.1.3. Climate regimes and El Niño relative strength and frequency
View the document3.1.4. Climate regimes as reflected by the SOI index
View the document3.1.5. Decadal scale El Niño relative strength and frequency and the SOI

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In this section, results of the analysis of the global climate regimes are presented and discussed. First, we show that climate regimes are detectable as the interdecadal variability of the GSAT series. Regime periods, as identified within this series, are compared to decadal signals of other large-coverage air temperature series. Finally, the same periods are used to show variations of the frequency and relative strength of ENSO events and of the long-term trends within the SOI.