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  • 4255 Oceanography: General: Numerical modeling (0545, 0560)
  • 4520 Oceanography: Physical: Eddies and mesoscale processes

Ocean Modeling in an Eddying Regime

Vol. 177, 2008

GEOPHYSICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES, VOL. 177, 409 PP., 2008
ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 978-0-87590-442-9

Ocean Modeling in an Eddying Regime

M. W. Hecht and H. Hasumi (Eds.)

This monograph is the first to survey progress in realistic simulation in a strongly eddying regime made possible by recent increases in computational capability. Its contributors comprise the leading researchers in this important and constantly evolving field.
Divided into three parts,
• Oceanographic Processes and Regimes: Fundamental Questions
• Ocean Dynamics and State: From Regional to Global Scale, and
• Modeling at the Mesoscale: State of the Art and Future Directions
the volume details important advances in physical oceanography based on eddy resolving ocean modeling. It captures the state of the art and discusses issues that ocean modelers must consider in order to effectively contribute to advancing current knowledge, from subtleties of the underlying fluid dynamical equations to meaningful comparison with oceanographic observations and leading-edge model development. It summarizes many of the important results which have emerged from ocean modeling in an eddying regime, for those interested broadly in the physical science. More technical topics are intended to address the concerns of those actively working in the field.

Citation: Hecht, M. W., and H. Hasumi (Eds.) (2008), Ocean Modeling in an Eddying Regime, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 177, 409 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM177.

Hecht, Matthew W.; Hasumi, Hiroyasu

Preface

pp. vii-vii

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Bryan, Frank O.

Introduction: Ocean modeling—Eddy or not

pp. 1-3

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McWilliams, James C.

The nature and consequences of oceanic eddies

pp. 5-15

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Thomas, Leif N.; Tandon, Amit; Mahadevan, Amala

Submesoscale processes and dynamics

pp. 17-38

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Chassignet, Eric P.; Marshall, David P.

Gulf Stream separation in numerical ocean models

pp. 39-61

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Legg, S.; Jackson, L.; Hallberg, R. W.

Eddy-resolving modeling of overflows

pp. 63-81

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Klein, Patrice

High-frequency winds and eddy-resolving models

pp. 83-100

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Tanaka, Yukio; Hasumi, Hiroyasu

Resolution dependence of eddy fluxes

pp. 101-114

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Oschlies, A.

Eddies and upper-ocean nutrient supply

pp. 115-130

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Capet, X.; Colas, F.; McWilliams, J. C.; Penven, P.; Marchesiello, P.

Eddies in eastern boundary subtropical upwelling systems

pp. 131-147

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McClean, Julie; Jayne, Steven; Maltrud, Mathew; Ivanova, Detelina

The fidelity of ocean models with explicit eddies

pp. 149-163

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Suzuki, Tatsuo; Sasaki, Hideharu; Nakashiki, Norikazu; Nakano, Hideyuki

Common success and failure in simulating the Pacific surface currents shared by four high-resolution ocean models

pp. 165-175

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Ivchenko, V. O.; Danilov, S.; Olbers, D.

Eddies in numerical models of the Southern Ocean

pp. 177-198

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Masumoto, Yukio; Morioka, Yushi; Sasaki, Hideharu

High-resolution Indian Ocean simulations—Recent advances and issues from OFES

pp. 199-212

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Hecht, Matthew W.; Smith, Richard D.

Toward a physical understanding of the North Atlantic: A review of model studies in an eddying regime

pp. 213-239

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Maslowski, Wieslaw; Kinney, Jaclyn Clement; Marble, Douglas C.; Jakacki, Jaromir

Towards eddy-resolving models of the Arctic Ocean

pp. 241-264

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Sakamoto, Takashi T.; Hasumi, Hiroyasu

Pacific upper ocean response to global warming—Climate modeling in an eddying ocean regime

pp. 265-279

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Griffies, Stephen M.; Adcroft, Alistair J.

Formulating the equations of ocean models

pp. 281-317

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Fox-Kemper, B.; Menemenlis, D.

Can large eddy simulation techniques improve mesoscale rich ocean models?

pp. 319-337

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Hecht, Matthew W.; Petersen, Mark R.; Wingate, Beth A.; Hunke, Elizabeth; Maltrud, Mathew

Lateral mixing in the eddying regime and a new broad-ranging formulation

pp. 339-352

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Hurlburt, Harley E.; Chassignet, Eric P.; Cummings, James A.; Kara, A. Birol; Metzger, E. Joseph; Shriver, Jay F.; Smedstad, Ole Martin; Wallcraft, Alan J.; Barron, Charlie N.

Eddy-resolving global ocean prediction

pp. 353-381

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Piggott, Matthew D.; Pain, Christopher C.; Gorman, Gerard J.; Marshall, David P.; Killworth, Peter D.

Unstructured adaptive meshes for ocean modeling

pp. 383-408

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