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The North Atlantic Oscillation: It is one of the most important interconnections in the northern hemisphere especially affecting Europe and North America. The NAO is characterized by a north-south dipole of anomalies, with one center around 35N in the North Atlantic and the other located over Greenland.

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North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) future prediction - Academic papers?

I am looking for academic papers which show future predictions of the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) by considering climate change and the various emission scenarios. Do you have any suggestions?
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Why does El Niño only exist in the Pacific Ocean and not the Atlantic/Indian Oceans?

El Niño is associated with the weakening of the ‘normal’ pressure/temperature gradients between the western and eastern Pacific Oceans. My question is this: why does it only exist in the Pacific ...