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The spatial location and temporal frequency of storm fronts along the Pacific Coast between 35 and 55 degrees north latitude during the period 1973-1994 Public Deposited

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  • Research Questions: 1) What are the characteristics of storm location and frequency that distinguish interannual forcing events, (ENSO periods) for the northwest Pacific Coast? 2) Are there differences in the spatial and temporal characteristics of storm events, (location and frequency), between interannual forcing periods and annual average periods? 3) Are there specific month to month storm variations that influence winter period climatic forcing? 4) What patterns of forcing emerge from periods of consecutive storm days? Are these patterns most characteristic of ENSO periods?
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