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https://doi.org/10.5194/osd-3-1637-2006
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Interannual variability and future projection of summertime ocean wave heights in the western North Pacific

W. Sasaki1, T. Hibiya2, and T. Kayahara1 W. Sasaki et al.
  • 1Storm, Flood and Landslide Research Department, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Tsukuba, Japan
  • 2Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Abstract. A 70-yr (from 1985–1995 to 2055–2065) change of decadal mean summertime extreme significant wave heights (SWH) in the western North Pacific under CO2-induced global warming condition is projected. For this purpose, possible atmospheric fields under future global warming are derived from 10-yr time-slice experiments using a T106 AGCM. The future changes of SWH are assessed by an empirical approach, where possible changes of SWH are estimated using a linear regression model which shows an empirical relationship between SWH anomalies and an eastward shift of the monsoon trough. It is projected that SWH increases by up to ~0.4 m over a wide area of the western North Pacific.

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