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Abstract This paper is an expansion of the lectures presented by the authors at the Canadian Middle Atmosphere Model (CMAM) summer school, 25–29 August 1997. It attempts to fulfill several goals as did the curriculum for the summer school. Firstly, it has a large tutorial component allowing...
Abstract Semi‐Lagrangian schemes that advect scalars with high‐order accuracy can give first‐order errors when calculating field accelerations in a steady rotational flow or in a steady deformational flow. The error also appears in a control‐volume advection scheme that has unlimited Courant...
Abstract The relationship between the Arctic and subarctic sea‐ice concentration (SIC) anomalies, particularly those associated with the decadal‐scale Greenland and Labrador Seas “Ice and Salinity Anomalies (ISAs) “, and the overlying atmospheric circulation fluctuations is investigated using...
Abstract A new method is presented for the classification of sea ice using multi‐parametric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imagery. The local textural information, which is in essence a weighted gradient at a point, is computed in two SAR images of similar polarization but differing radar...
Abstract Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) is an ubiquitous, albeit poorly understood, component of the marine sulfur cycle. Conventionally, the accepted formation pathways are the photochemical and microbial oxidation of dimethylsulfide (DMS). The principal loss mechanism is thought to be via microbial...
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