GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH ›› 1990, Vol. 9 ›› Issue (4): 49-60.doi: 10.11821/yj1990040008
The ralationships between the monsoon rainfall and the sea-surface temperature (SST) in the Equatorial Eastern Pacific are examined based on the thirty-eight-year (1951-1988) data set of sea level pressure maps in the Northern Hemisphere and the rainfall of 160 stations over China in summer (June-August) and winter (Dec.-Feb.).The study shows predominance of the years, in which the monsoon rainfall does not in accordance with the SST year to year. However, the SST anomaly takes a role which can not be ignored in examining the interannual variability of monsoon pressure field over East Asia and the monsoon rainfall in China.
sea level pressure field
Guo Qiyun. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE MONSOON RAINFALL OVER CHINA AND THE SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE IN THE EQUATORIAL EASTERN PACIFIC[J].GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH, 1990, 9(4): 49-60.
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