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6 774 E 30D W c= (3) VW Nino3.4 12;P FQRBS 1 2; < c,vw Nino3.4 12; Y\, Z [QR\,BS 1 ; 3]^_ `,a* b; QR\,BS 2; 3]^_ ` b;z [QR\,BS 2;1` c=,!"=> 56, F 1 EKL,NOE1) _ QRB S 1 2; c= (4) Z [, 1 2; 1, b(9s,6sb);1 ; 3 Nc=- (7 S,8S ),2;c=,(11 S,4S ) (5) Z [\, 1;1 100%(5/5S),2; 80%(4/5S), 2000V1Z [ \,1 2;c=, (6)Z [, 1 2; b =,1; 18, 60%; 1 ),;2; 1,, 60%;1 c=, 73%;X 2 56 TU,Z [B 1 2; ) M N=> (References): 1.,/"0.1^K1 J. %,2004,19(3): FengLihua,MaYuanjun.Cause chainoftheelninoevents J.ProgresinGeophysics,2004,19 (3): P. 1 KB6 J.X8 2, 2004,26(3): YangXuexiang.Reasonandevidences forelninoevent J.JournalofNature,2004,26(3): :; M.:U, 1979: LinLiangxun.TechnologyHandbookofWeather PredictionofGuangdong M.Beijing:MeterologicalPres,1979: P, +,.Z [ #134 J. BC,2007,28(1): YangLin,LiuDong hua,zhongbao.analysisoflaninaefectonlocalclimate J. JournalofMeteorologicalResearchandApplication,2007,28(1): !7. htp:// html. 6 < 3,=(.>(Z [)# 1 J.,2004(2): BuYaling,JiaJia nyi.theimpactonsummerprecipitationofhenanprovinceinei Nino(LaNina)events J.MeteorologyJournalofHenan,2004 (2): BBC 1 a J.D, 1999,23(2): WuHongyu.SummerprecipitationofAn shunasociateswitheininoevent J.MeteorologyJournalof Guizhou,1999,23(2): E,,%.#6W F1 J.6,2001,22(1): LiangJuanmei,LiYaox ian,lixiucun.theimpactondroughtandfloodinfloodseasonof GuangxiprovinceinEINinoevents J.MeteorologyJournalof Guangxi,2001,22(1): JK7c 1 J.X8LM,2004,13(5): ZhangLi juan,zhenghong,zhengkai,etal.theimpactofeininoevents onsummerprecipitationofheilongjiang J.AcademicJournalof NaturalDisaster,2004,13(5): N ELNino1 a J.,2001(2): HanZhaoyu,LiuRong, WangZhenghua.PrecipitationofShanxiprovinceandcirculation characteristicsasociatewitheininoevent J.ShanxiMeteoro logicalquarterly,2001(2): ,, P.Q RB1 J. 8,2002,30(4): XiangSuqing,Zhang Linqian,CaoMeilan.ThecorelationofclimateofZhoushancity asociateswitheininoevents J.MeteorologicalScienceand Technology,2002,30(4): ST,U.. /Z [# +71 J.V W, :X8,2010,38(3): LiEnju,ZhaoJingbo.TheimpactofEINino/LaNinaeventson climateofshangdongprovince J.JournalofShaanxiNormalUni versity:naturalscienceedition,2010,38(3): XY B Z [1 a J.B,2011,39(1): Chen Chaoji.Relationshipbetweenthedecadalchangeofdroughtcrop areaingansuandelninoandlaninafrom1950to2000 J. JournalofAnhuiAgriculturnalSciences,2011,39(1): U0,,.KE (Z [:)c E B Z [ 1 a34 J. JK 8,2005,33(3): ZhaoJunxiang,GuanHongshi,JingXueyi.Analysisofspring droughtofsonghuajiang(inhaerbingpart)relatedwithlaninae vents J.HeilongjiangScienceandTechnologyofWaterConser vance,2005,33(3): \0,]0,.#^_. L`C J.V W, :X8,2009,37 (5): YanJunhui,YanJunping,CaoXiaoxing.Studyon precipitationchangesinsouthernandnorthernqinlingmountains anditshazardefectinresponsetoelnino J.JournalofShaanxi NormalUniversity:NaturalScienceEdition,2009,37(5):92-

7 5W P Q :VW Nino3.4 B 1 2; 1 a !"#,Xca,b,.20096,E ^K c J.B,2010,38(12): Wang Yuanchao,ChenMinglu,LiLing,etal.Thereasonanalysistothe largeareadroughtinguangxiinhighsummer2009 J.Journalof AnhuiAgriculturalSciences,2010,38(12): ,.ENSOB + ; a1 J.,,1999,23(6): JinZu hui,taoshiyan.astudyontherelationshipsbetweenensocycle andrainfalsduringsummerandwinterineasternchina J.Chi nesejournalofatmosphericsciences,1999,23(6): abc,. 60#6+7 L1 J.,2010,29(1): TangXiaochun, YuanZhongyou.TheinfluenceofthedroughtdisastercausedbyEl NinoeventsinGuangdongprovinceinrecent60years J.Geo graphicalresearch,2010,29(1): X,,,. ; 34 J.,2008,63(9): ZhangZiy in,gongdaoyi,guodong,etal.anomalouswintertemperature andprecipitationeventsinsouthernchina J.ActaGeographica Sinica,2008,63(9): ,]0. 301B /Z [134 J.E,2003,20(2): XuXiaoling,YanJunping.Analysisonthecorelationbetween theclimatechangeovermaoususandlandandtheelnino/lani naeventssincerecent30years J.AridZoneResearch,2003,20 (2): , c. E1Nino/LaNinaB 3 4 J.,2001,27(2):3-6. LiuGuilian,Zhang Mingqing.CorelationanalysisbetweenElNino/LaNinaphenome nonduringtherecent100yearsandbeijingclimate J.Meteoro logicalmonthly,2001,27(2): ,%.; ac J.,2007,65(4): RenXuejuan,ZhangYaocun.AsociationofwinterWest ernpacificjetstreamanomaliesat200hpawithoceansurfaceheat ingandatmospherictransienteddies J.ActaMeteorologicaSini ca,2007,65(4): RelationshipbetweenSeaTemperatureinEarly Nino3.4Region andairtemperatureandprecipitationinningxiainjanuaryandfebruary YANGQin 1, DINGYong hong 2, LINShu 3 (1.NingxiaClimateCentre,Yinchuan750002,China;2.NingxiaMeteorologicalobservatory,Yinchuan750002,China; 3.ClimateCentreofNorthwestChina,Lanzhou730020,China) Abstract: Thestrongandweakcorelationsofdecadalvariationofrespectiveindicesofcirculationcharacteristic qualities,suchasthepolarvortexinnorthernhemisphere,asiapolarvortexareaandstrengthindex,andeasta siantroughstrengthandlocationindex,wereanalyzedandtestedtopasthroughsignificantlevel.instrongcore lationperiods,thecorelationsbetweenthesecirculationcharacteristicqualitiesandairtemperatureandprecipitati onanomaliesinningxiainjanuaryandfebruaryrevealedthatthestabilityofairtemperatureandprecipitationwere high,thatmeansthat,asthereferencefactorsinprediction,thesecirculationcharacteristicqualitieswereveryim portant.thecorelationanalysisandsignificancetestbetweentheearly Nino3.4regionSSTmonitoringstatein DecemberandtheairtemperatureandprecipitationinNingxiainnextJanuaryandFebruaryfrom1961to2010re vealedthat,undertheelnino/laninaevents,therewasasignificantpositivecorelationandanegativecorela tionbetweenairtemperatureandprecipitationsince2000underclimatewarming;underanelninoevent,there wasasignificantpositiveandnegativecorelationbetweenairtemperatureandprecipitationinfebruary;underala Ninaevent,therewasasignificantnegativecorelationbetweenairtemperatureandprecipitationinFebruary;un deraconstantsst,therewasnosignificantcorelationbetweenairtemperatureandprecipitationinjanuaryand February,andalthesecorelationspasedthesignificantleveltest.FifteenLaNinaeventsoccuredfrom1961to 2010,theirprobabilitiesafectingairtemperatureandprecipitationanomaliesinNingxiainJanuaryandFebruary weredescribed,anditwasverifiedwithx 2 testthattherewasnosignificantcorelationbetweenlaninaeventand airtemperatureandprecipitationinjanuaryandfebruary. Keywords: Nino3.4regionSST;ElNinoevent;LaNinaevent;airtemperature;precipitation;corelationa nalysis;ningxia

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