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Physical Sciences: Environmental Sciences and Geophysics
Investigating the possibility of a human component in various Pacific Decadal Oscillation
Celine Bonfils*t and Benjamin Santer*
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA 94550, USA
Submitted to Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, December 22, 2009
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Abbreviations footnote: PDO, Pacific Decadal Oscillation; SST, Sea Surface Temperature; EOF, Empirical
Orthogonal Function; S-PDOP, Spatial PDO Pattern; ERSST, Extended Reconstructed SST dataset;
HadISST, Hadley Center Sea Ice and SST dataset; 20CEN, 20th century.
Author contributions: C.B. and B.S. designed research; C.B. and B.S. performed research; C.B. and B.S.
analyzed data; and C.B. and B.S. wrote the paper.
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