Articles | Volume 31, issue 8
Regular paper
09 Aug 2013
Regular paper |  | 09 Aug 2013

The impact of planetary waves on the latitudinal displacement of sudden stratospheric warmings

V. Matthias, P. Hoffmann, A. Manson, C. Meek, G. Stober, P. Brown, and M. Rapp

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