We discuss the results of a numerical experiment carried out within the framework of the most complete one-dimensional (integrated over the horizontal coordinates) version of the quasiisopycnic multilayer model taking into account the processes of diapycnic mass, heat, and salt exchange and the diffusion coefficients chosen according to the theory of double diffusion. The indicated experiment reproduces the vertical thermohaline structure of waters in the Sevastopol'skaya Bay and its variability in 1997–1999. For numerical computations, we use the actual data of meteorological observations and measurements of the discharge of the river Chernaya and the sea level. The comparison of the numerical results with the data of monthly hydrological surveys reveals their good agreement (not only qualitative but also quantitative).
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 20, 2004
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