volume 25, issue 8, P1197-1200 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00853
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Abstract: Abstract. The gyre-scale structure and evolution of decadal ocean thermocline variability in the North Pacific is described by analyzing historical temperature data at a depth of 400 meters. Decadal thermocline anomalies are characterized by a distinct see-saw pattern in the midlatitudes and subtropics that appears to circulate coherently in the North Pacific basin, with a period on the order of 20 years. There are coherent spatial and temporal relationships between temperature anomalies around the subtropica…

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