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Abstract The mid‐to‐bottom waters of the Labrador Shelf are shown to exhibit an anomalous along‐shelf temperature gradient, with warmer waters found in the north. This feature is present in summer and autumn but appears to reverse in December. Inadequate data are available during winter and...
Abstract The general circulation of the tropical stratosphere, mesosphere and lowermost thermosphere is discussed at a tutorial level. Observations of the quasi‐biennial and semiannual oscillations by both in situ and satellite techniques are first reviewed. The basic dynamics controlling the...
Abstract A shallow‐water control‐volume model is used to demonstrate features affecting the accuracy of numerical ocean‐atmosphere calculations. This model provides a context for illustrating the importance of consistent use of fields defined at points and fields averaged over cell volumes, cell...
Abstract An evaluation of the analyses of the large‐scale global circulation produced by the Canadian Meteorological Centre (CMC) is undertaken by intercomparing them to the corresponding analyses of two independent analysis centres: the European Centre for Medium‐Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)...
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