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The Madden–Julian oscillation (MJO) is a tropical eastward-moving pulse of convection that can influence a wide variety of global phenomena, and currently, models do not capture many key aspects of the MJO such as speed and spatial structure. A new JCLI article seeks to gain insight into MJO–Indian Ocean dynamics by conducting climate model experiments where the ocean is replaced by a motionless slab whose thickness varies in space but not in time.
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