Monthly Archives: October 2017

Recent progress on decadal prediction in the North Atlantic

by Jon Robson                                                Department of Meteorology The North Atlantic is a region of the Earth that is … Continue reading

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Without the Tibetan Plateau, what would happen to the Asian summer monsoons?

By Mike Wong The Tibetan Plateau is the highest and most extensive plateau in the world, with an average elevation exceeding 4000 metres and stretching over 2.5 million square kilometres. While it is often called the ‘rooftop of the world’, … Continue reading

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