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The parametric representation of buoyancy and momentum transport by baroclinic eddies in a primitive equation ““ ββ plane”” channel is studied through a transformation of the governing equations. Adoption of the““transformed Eulerian mean”” and the assumption that the eddies (but not the mean...
A regional primitive equation ocean model is used to investigate the impact of grid resolution, baroclinic instability, bottom topography, and isopycnal outcropping on the dynamics of the wind and throughflow-forced surface circulation in the Japan/East Sea. The results demonstrate that at least...
Two-layer hydraulic models have proven to be extremely useful in understanding a number of exchange flows through straits, for example, the Strait of Gibraltar. There are, though, some strait flows that cannot be represented by a two-layer model. A very striking example is the Bab al Mandab. In...
The representer functions used to propagate the information from observations onto model variables in a sequential data assimilation scheme are calculated with a statistical method. The Princeton Ocean Model is used in a simple configuration simulating the North Current flowing along the French...
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