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Equatorial Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures | Teleconnections | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

Equatorial Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures | Teleconnections | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

The child is a phenomenon in the equatorial Pacific Ocean characterized by a consecutive 3-month running mean sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies in the Child 3.4 region that is above (below) the Threshold of + 0.5 ° C (-0.5 ° C). This standard of measure is known as the Oceanic Child Index (ONI).

Historically, scientists have classified the intensity of El Niño based on SST anomalies exceeding a pre-selected threshold in a certain region of the Equatorial Pacific . The most commonly used region is the SST departure from normal greater than or equal to + 0.5 ° C. Since this region encompasses the western half of the equatorial cold tongue region, it provides a good measure of important changes in SST and SST gradients that result in changes in the pattern of deep tropical convection and atmospheric circulation. The criteria, that is often used to classify The child episodes, is that five consecutive 3-month running mean SST anomalies exceed the threshold.

Studies have shown that a necessary condition for the development and persistence of deep convection (Increased cloudiness and precipitation) in the Tropics is 28 ° C or greater. Once the pattern of deep convection has been altered due to anomalous SSTs, the tropical and subtropical atmospheric circulation adjusts to the new pattern of tropical heating, resulting in anomalous patterns of precipitation and temperature that extends well beyond the equatorial Pacific region. An SST anomaly of + 0.5 ° C in the Niño 3.4 region is sufficient to reach this threshold from late March to mid-June. During the remainder of the year a larger SST anomaly, up to + 1.5 ° C in November-December-January, is required in order to reach the persistent deep convection in that region.

Index (ONI)

MAM

MJJ

JJA

JAS

ASO

2.0 ° F

0.6 ° C
1.1 ° F

0.1 ° C
0.2 ° F

C -0.5 ° F

-0.6 ° C
-1.1 ° F

-0.8 ° C
-1.4 ° F

-0.8 ° C
-1.4 ° F

-0.8 ° C
-1.4 ° F

-0.7 ° C
-1.3 ° F

-0.2 ° F <-0.7 ° F

-0.1 ° C and -0.2 ° F

Child 1 + 2

Child 3

Child Regions Sea Surface Temperatures

Anom 4

Anom

Anom

Anom

Anom

Anom

0.27 ° C (0.49 ° F)

27.11 ° C (80.80 ° F)

29.39 ° C (84.90 ° F)

0.60 ° C (1.08 ° F)

(-0.22 ° F)

-0.12 ° C (-0.22 ° F)

29.36 ° C
(84.85 ° F)

-0.12 ° C
(p.40 ° F)

(0.31 ° F)

29.06 ° C (84.31 ° F)

0.26 ° C (0.47 ° F)

26.73 ° C (80.11 ° F)

-0.49 ° C (-0.88 ° C) F)

21.03 ° C (69.85 ° F)

0.39 ° C (0.70 ° F)

> (76.15 ° F)

-0.46 ° F (-0.83 ° F)

> -0.00 ° C
(0.00 ° F)

26.28 ° C (79.30 ° F)

-0.54 ° C (-0.97 ° F) (0.95 ° F)

24.67 ° C

(76.41 ° F)

-0.18 ° C <-32 ° F

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-0.21 ° C
(-0.38 ° F)

26.11 ° C (79.00 ° F)

(0.70 ° F)

24.47 ° C

(-0.81 ° F)

28.26 ° C (82.87 ° F)

-0.40 ° C
(-0.72 ° F)

25.96 ° C (78.73 ° F)

21.68 ° C (71.02 ° F)

0.09 ° C (0.16 ° F)

-0.32 ° F <-0.72 ° F

28.27 ° C (82.89 ° F) (-0.99 ° F)

-0.55 ° C (-0.99 ° F)

23.35 ° C (74.03 ° F)

0.53 ° C (0.95 ° F)

-0.36 ° F <-0.65 ° F

-0.14 ° C < (-0.74 ° F)

-0.41 ° F (-0.74 ° F)

25.75 ° C (78.35 ° F)

1.23 ° C (2.21 ° F)

-0.02 ° C

-0.12 ° C <-0.04 ° F

(-0.58 ° F)

-0.32 ° F (-0.58 ° F)

27.76 ° F (81.97 ° F)

1.62 ° C (2.92 ° F)

-0.07 ° C

(-0.13 ° F)

26.87 ° C (80.37 ° F)

° C
(83.34 ° F)

1.89 ° C (3.40 ° F)

27.70 ° C (81.86 ° F)

0.57 ° C (1.03 ° F)

28.13 ° C (82.63 ° F)

° F)

27.34 ° C (81.21 ° F)

0.13 ° C (0.23 ° F) (1.75 ° F)

(0.27 ° F)

0.15 ° C (0.27 ° F)

28.8 ° F (82.58 ° F)

0.32 ° C (0.58 ° F)

-1.99 ° C

0.39 ° C

0.02 ° C

0.52 ° C

0.76 ° C

0.19 ° C

-3.58 ° F

-1.73 ° F

0.37 ° F

0.94 ° F

0.38 ° F

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