We propose a procedure of reconstruction of the continuous (in time) climatic annual behavior of circulation in the Black Sea based on the successive assimilation of the climatic distributions of temperature and salinity in the complete nonlinear model. We use monthly average arrays interpolated for each day of a year by expanding in harmonic functions of time. Various procedures aimed at the assimilation of data are studied by taking into account the variance of measurement errors. Our main attention is given to the analysis of qualitative and quantitative characteristics of vertical motions in the sea depending on the quality of the data and parameters of the model. The main version of calculations is illustrated by the maps of annual variability of the fields of sea level, horizontal currents, and vertical velocity.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 21, 2004
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