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Rodenbeck C, Zaehle S., Keeling R., Heimann M..  2018.  History of El Nino impacts on the global carbon cycle 1957-2017: a quantification from atmospheric CO2 data. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 373
Zhang Y., Xie SP, Kosaka Y, Yang J.C.  2018.  Pacific decadal oscillation: Tropical Pacific forcing versus internal variability. Journal of Climate. 31:8265-8279.
Betts R.A, Jones CD, Knight J.R, Keeling RF, Kennedy J.J, Wiltshire A.J, Andrew R.M, Aragao L.  2018.  A successful prediction of the record CO2 rise associated with the 2015/2016 El Nino. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 373
Barnard P.L, Hoover D., Hubbard D.M, Snyder A., Ludka B.C, Allan J., Kaminsky G.M, Ruggiero P., Gallien T.W, Gabel L. et al..  2017.  Extreme oceanographic forcing and coastal response due to the 2015-2016 El Nino. Nature Communications. 8
Xie SP, Zhou ZQ.  2017.  Seasonal modulations of El Nino-related atmospheric variability: Indo-Western Pacific Ocean feedback. Journal of Climate. 30:3461-3472.
Yang J.C, Lin X.P, Xie SP.  2017.  A Transbasin Mode of Interannual Variability of the Central American Gap Winds: Seasonality and Large-Scale Forcing. Journal of Climate. 30:8223-8235.
Kubota H., Kosaka Y, Xie SP.  2016.  A 117-year long index of the Pacific-Japan pattern with application to interdecadal variability. International Journal of Climatology. 36:1575-1589.
Shukla S., Steinemann A., Iacobellis S.F, Cayan DR.  2015.  Annual drought in California: Association with monthly precipitation and climate phases. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 54:2273-2281.
Barnard P.L, Short A.D, Harley M.D, Splinter K.D, Vitousek S., Turner I.L, Allan J., Banno M., Bryan K.R, Doria A. et al..  2015.  Coastal vulnerability across the Pacific dominated by El Nino/Southern Oscillation. Nature Geoscience. 8:801-+.
Li J.B, Xie SP, Cook E.R.  2014.  El Nino phases embedded in Asian and North American drought reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews. 85:20-34.