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Summer monsoon rainy seasons in East Asia (Meiyu, Baiu, and Changma) are associated with the northward migration of the East Asian Summer Monsoon, which has been seen as a local manifestation of a northward-propagating climatological intraseasonal oscillation [31, 32].
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