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Abstract A two‐dimensional laterally integrated model of Knight Inlet, British Columbia is used to simulate the time‐varying temperature, salinity and velocity fields. The model includes the influence of the wind, tides, solar heating and freshwater inflow. The level 2.5 turbulent closure scheme...
Abstract The thickness distribution function is considered a fundamental state variable for sea‐ice. However, certain assumptions are implicit in its use. Based largely on observations, we estimate upper and lower bounds on the spatial scale for which the usual interpretation of the thickness...
Abstract In 1995 the Atmospheric Environment Service of Canada (AES) made a major effort to digitize paper records of daily and weekly snow depth that were not in the Canadian Digital Archive of Climate Data. This resulted in the extension of the snow depth record back to the late 1940s at many...
Abstract Empirical orthogonal function (EOF) and singular value decomposition (SVD) analyses are applied to the Dynamical Extended Range Forecasting 90 (DERF90) dataset to find the most predictable areas and patterns in the non‐winter Northern Hemisphere 500‐mb height fields. Global 500‐mb...
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