Teleconnection

Teleconnection in atmospheric science refers to climate anomalies being related to each other at large distances (typically thousands of kilometers). The most emblematic teleconnection is that linking sea-level pressure at Tahiti and Darwin, Australia, which defines the Southern Oscillation. == History == Teleconnections were first noted by the Br...
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Teleconnection

A strong statistical relationship between weather in different parts of the globe. For example, there appears to be a teleconnection between the tropics and North America during El Ni├▒o.
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Teleconnection

A strong statistical relationship between weather in different parts of the globe. For example, there appears to be a teleconnection between the tropics and North America during El Ni�o.
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teleconnection

teleconnection A phenomenon in which weather patterns in one region significantly influence the weather conditions in a distant location, often over an extended period.
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