JANUARY 2018 C O R R I G E N D U M 221 DANIEL B. WHITT National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado JOHN R. TAYLOR Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom (Manuscript received 14 November 2017, in ﬁnal form 21 November 2017) A bug in the numerical model used by Whitt and Taylor (2017) has been discovered, wherein the vertical molecular viscous momentum ﬂux was set to zero at the top boundary during the calculation of the explicit part of the viscous stress in the Crank–Nicholson time- stepping scheme. The molecular viscosity is everywhere negligible compared to the subgrid-scale viscosity. However, as a result of this bug, the values of the surface stress t and mixed layer buoyancy ﬂux ratio R plotted in Fig. 1 of Whitt and Taylor (2017) were ML incorrect. A corrected version of Fig. 1 is below, where t and R are reduced by a factor of ML 2in Fig. 1b, but Fig. 1a is the same as in Whitt and Taylor (2017). In addition, a new version of the strong buoyancy ﬂux–forced front simulation was con- ducted with an air–sea buoyancy ﬂux B (t) reduced
Journal of Physical Oceanography – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 14, 2018
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