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713 | Development of a turbulent closure model for geophysical fluid problems - Mellor, Yamada - 1982 |

182 |
Reassessment of the scale-determining equation for advanced turbulence models
- Wilcox
- 1988
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Citation Context ...T/S vertical profiles another for a generic length scale (mixing length, dissipation rate, etc.). Thus, commonly used closure schemes can be considered: Mellor-Yamada (1982), k-ε (Rodi, 1987) or k-ω (=-=Wilcox, 1988-=-). The turbulent viscosities and diffusivities are calculated by means of these two prognostic quantities but also thanks to stability functions (Canuto et al., 2001). This turbulent closure scheme is... |

152 | ocean general circulation model reference manual. - Madec, Delecluse, et al. - 1998 |

85 |
An atlas based on the COADS dataset: The budgets of heat, buoyancy and turbulence kinetic energy at the surface of the global ocean.
- Oberhuber
- 1988
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Citation Context ...grid Tripolar ORCA grid 1/12◦ Vertical grid − 50 vertical levels (1 to 480 m) − Free linearized filtered surface − Partial steps at the bottom Bathymetry ETOPO2 Surface Forcings − Bulk formula: CLIO (=-=Oberhuber, 1988-=-) − Daily mean ECMWF analysis & forecasts − Monthly run off − Short wave radiation penetration with 2 band scheme Boundary Conditions − Buffer zone (closed boundary with T-S damping) − T-S damping tow... |

64 | A generic length-scale equation for geophysical turbulence models - Umlauf, Burchard |

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Examples of calculation methods for flow and mixing in stratified fluids
- Rodi
- 1987
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Citation Context ...eynolds and in situ T/S vertical profiles another for a generic length scale (mixing length, dissipation rate, etc.). Thus, commonly used closure schemes can be considered: Mellor-Yamada (1982), k-ε (=-=Rodi, 1987-=-) or k-ω (Wilcox, 1988). The turbulent viscosities and diffusivities are calculated by means of these two prognostic quantities but also thanks to stability functions (Canuto et al., 2001). This turbu... |

22 | A new analysis of hydrographic data in the atlantic and its application to an inverse modeling study - Reynaud, Legrand, et al. - 1998 |

2 | Intercomparaison de modèles sur le Golfe de Gascogne pour l’année 2004, Rapport SHOM/Mercator Océan - Reffray, Levier, et al. - 2008 |

2 | The ESEOO Regional Ocean Forecasting System - Sotillo, Jordi, et al. |

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Atmospheric loading and the oceanic “inverse barometer” effect
- Wunsch, Stammer
- 1997
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Citation Context ...om the TPXO7.1 global tide model (Egbert et al., 1994) and applied using Dirichlet boundary conditions. Elevations due to atmospheric pressure static effects, also known as inverse barometer effects (=-=Wunsch and Stammer, 1997-=-), are computed from the ECMWF pressure fields. Regarding the operational protocol, the system does not include any data assimilation, and the downscaling methodology used here and depicted in Fig. 6 ... |