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On the variability of the Caribbean lowlevel jet during winter: revisited
(Memorias de la European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014, 2014-04)
The Caribbean low-level jet (CLLJ) is a strong wind current over the Caribbean Sea. Annually it has two peak periods, where February and July being the winter and summer components, respectively. The CLLJ is an important ...
Clasificación climática para la vertiente Caribe costarricense
Climate Classification for the Costa Rican's Caribbean side
(Memorias del VII Congreso de la Red Latinoamericana de Ciencias Ambientales. Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, San Carlos, Costa Rica. 11-15 de noviembre de 2013., 2013-11)
Abstract The aim of this work is to develop a climate classification for the Costa Rican’s Caribbean watershed using 82 both manual and automatic meteorological stations. The hydrologic balance is the base of the applied ...
Putting into action the REGCM4.6 regional climate model for the study of climate change, variability and modeling over Central America and Mexico
What: International experts and attendees from several countries of Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean (CAM), and South America (SA) met to discuss regional issues on climate variability and climate change to learn the ...
Connections between the Intertropical Convergence Zone and other climatic features in Central America
This work explores statistical connections between the displacements and strength of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) and the Caribbean Low Level Jet (CLLJ). Indicators of the position and of the strength of the ...