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Time integration of diapycnal diffusion Richardson number dependent mixing in isopycnal coordinate ocean models
, 2000
"... In isopycnal coordinate ocean models, diapycnal diffusion must be expressed as a nonlinear difference equation. This nonlinear equation is not amenable to traditional implicit methods of solution, but explicit methods typically have a time step limit of order ∆t h (where is the time step, h is the i ..."
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In isopycnal coordinate ocean models, diapycnal diffusion must be expressed as a nonlinear difference equation. This nonlinear equation is not amenable to traditional implicit methods of solution, but explicit methods typically have a time step limit of order ∆t h (where is the time step, h
1402 MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW VOLUME 128 Time Integration of Diapycnal Diffusion and Richardson Number–Dependent Mixing in Isopycnal Coordinate Ocean Models
, 1998
"... In isopycnal coordinate ocean models, diapycnal diffusion must be expressed as a nonlinear difference equation. This nonlinear equation is not amenable to traditional implicit methods of solution, but explicit methods typically have a time step limit of order �t � h 2 / � (where �t is the time step, ..."
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In isopycnal coordinate ocean models, diapycnal diffusion must be expressed as a nonlinear difference equation. This nonlinear equation is not amenable to traditional implicit methods of solution, but explicit methods typically have a time step limit of order �t � h 2 / � (where �t is the time step
2005a: A new solar radiation penetration scheme for use in ocean mixed layer studies: An application to the Black Sea using a fine resolution Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM
 J. Phys. Oceanogr
"... A 1/25 ° 1/25 ° cos(lat) (longitude latitude) (3.2km resolution) eddyresolving Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) is introduced for the Black Sea and used to examine the effects of ocean turbidity on upperocean circulation features including sea surface height and mixed layer depth (MLD) on ..."
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) on annual mean climatological time scales. The model is a primitive equation model with a Kprofile parameterization (KPP) mixed layer submodel. It uses a hybrid vertical coordinate that combines the advantages of isopycnal, , and zlevel coordinates in optimally simulating coastal and openocean
Eddy stirring in the Southern Ocean
"... [1] There is an ongoing debate concerning the distribution of eddy stirring across the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) and the nature of its controlling processes. The problem is addressed here by estimating the isentropic eddy diffusivity from a collection of hydrographic and altimetric observ ..."
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observations, analyzed in a mixing length theoretical framework. It is shown that, typically, is suppressed by an order of magnitude in the upper kilometer of the ACC frontal jets relative to their surroundings, primarily as a result of a local reduction of the mixing length. This observation is reproduced
Nonlinear eects in twolayer largeamplitude
, 1999
"... Baroclinic largeamplitude geostrophic (LAG) models, which assume a leadingorder geostrophic balance but allow for largeamplitude isopycnal deflections, provide a suitable framework to model the largeamplitude motions exhibited in frontal regions. The qualitative dynamical characterization of LAG ..."
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Baroclinic largeamplitude geostrophic (LAG) models, which assume a leadingorder geostrophic balance but allow for largeamplitude isopycnal deflections, provide a suitable framework to model the largeamplitude motions exhibited in frontal regions. The qualitative dynamical characterization
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"... A unified asymptotic derivation of twolayer, frontal geostrophic models including planetary sphericity and variable topography ..."
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A unified asymptotic derivation of twolayer, frontal geostrophic models including planetary sphericity and variable topography
q 1999 American Meteorological Society Eddy Formation and Interaction in a Baroclinic Frontal Geostrophic Model*
, 1998
"... The authors investigate the behavior of buoyancydriven coastal currents in a series of numerical experiments based on a twolayer frontal geostrophic model. The model focuses on baroclinic instability, allows for finite amplitude variations in the upperlayer thickness, and includes a topographic b ..."
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The authors investigate the behavior of buoyancydriven coastal currents in a series of numerical experiments based on a twolayer frontal geostrophic model. The model focuses on baroclinic instability, allows for finite amplitude variations in the upperlayer thickness, and includes a topographic