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Assimilating Ocean Observation Data for ENSO Monitoring and Forecasting

By Yosuke Fujii, Masafumi Kamachi, Toshiyuki Nakaegawa, Tamaki Yasuda, Goro Yamanaka, Takahiro Toyoda, Kentaro Ando and Satoshi Matsumoto

Submitted: March 17th 2011Reviewed: September 26th 2011Published: January 18th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/30330

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Yosuke Fujii, Masafumi Kamachi, Toshiyuki Nakaegawa, Tamaki Yasuda, Goro Yamanaka, Takahiro Toyoda, Kentaro Ando and Satoshi Matsumoto (January 18th 2012). Assimilating Ocean Observation Data for ENSO Monitoring and Forecasting, Climate Variability - Some Aspects, Challenges and Prospects, Abdel Hannachi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/30330. Available from:

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