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grl24264-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document4Kreadme.txt
grl24264-sup-0002-fs01.epsPS document368KFigure S1. Positive AMO SSTA used for the experiments.
grl24264-sup-0003-fs02.epsPS document250KFigure S2. Normalized NAO index, the AIR index, and the vertically-integrated tropospheric meridional heating gradient in summer months in the model control runs.
grl24264-sup-0004-fs03.epsPS document413KFigure S3. Model and the observed summer rainfall distribution.
grl24264-sup-0005-fs04.epsPS document1374KFigure S4. Comparison between the observed and the model 500-hPa pressure vertical velocity and mean meridional streamflow averaged over 70–90°E during the summer months.
grl24264-sup-0006-fs05.epsPS document436KFigure S5. Stable linear baroclinic model (LBM) 200-hPa height response to an idealized heating centering in the tropics and the extratropics.
grl24264-sup-0007-fs06.epsPS document372KFigure S6. The 600–200 hPa vertically integrated tropospheric air temperature response for AMO SSTA, AMO_trop SSTA, and AMO_extratrop SSTA.
grl24264-sup-0008-fs07.epsPS document1317KFigure S7. LBM responses at 850 hPa to the specified tropical diabatic forcing.
grl24264-sup-0009-fs08.epsPS document550KFigure S8. The 200-hPa zonal wind in summer for the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis averaged for 1960–1989 and the control simulation.
grl24264-sup-0010-txts01.txtplain text document1KText S1. Configuration of the linear baroclinic model.

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