Vol. 19, No. 12, December 1989 Journal Contents of Physical Oceanography ARTICLES Horizontal Ocean Circulation Forced by Deep-Water Formation. Part I: An Analytical Study M. CREPON, M . BOUKTHIR, B. BARNIER AND F . AIKMAN III 1781-1792 Horizontal Ocean Circulation Forced by Deep-Water Formation. Part II: A Quasi-geo- strophic Simulation B. BARNIER, M . CREPON AND C . LE PROVOST 1794-1808 The Hydraulics of Local Separation in a Coastal Current with Application to the Kuroshio Meander ROGER L. HUGHE S 1809-1820 Estimates from Altimeter Data of Barotropic Rossby Waves in the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean PHILIPPE GASPAR AND CAR L WUNSC H 1821-1844 An Inverse Model for Near-Surface Velocity from Infrared Images KATHRY N A. KELLY 1845-1864 A Simple Ice-Ocean Model for the Greenland Sea ROSEMAR Y G . WOO D AND LAWRENCE A . MYSAK 1865-1880 A Simple Model for Deep Equatorial Zonal Currents Forced at Lateral Boundaries RuiM . PONTE 1881-1891 NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE Assimilation of Temperatur e Profiles in a General Circulation Model of th e Tropical Atlantic ALAIN MORLIERE, GILLES REVERDIN AND JACQUES MERL E 1892-1899 INDEX: Section A. Index to Contribution by Author 1901-1906 Section B. Subject Index 1906-1915 PAPERS TO APPEAR IN FORTHCOMING ISSUES
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1990
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