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Abstract The Okhotsk Sea is partially covered with sea ice from November to May, and is an indicator of climate variability. A coupled ice‐ocean model has been implemented to simulate the sea‐ice cover and also to explore individual processes considered important to the ice cover. A new category...
Abstract The Radar data Analysis, Processing and Interactive Display (RAPID) system, developed by McGill University researchers, synthesizes spherical coordinate radar data onto Cartesian maps displaying Constant Altitude Plan Position Indicator (CAPPI) reflectivity, Vertically Integrated Liquid...
Abstract With increased anthropogenic CO2 emitted into the atmosphere, climate feedbacks could potentially reduce further uptake of carbon by the oceans. The most significant feedbacks acting on the system to reduce carbon sequestration by the oceans are reductions in the thermohaline...
Abstract A large set of in situ currents and elevation data, and a direct inverse data assimilation model are used in conjunction ‐with global inverse tidal solutions to obtain high‐resolution regional assimilative model solutions for the barotropic K1 and 01 tides on the southern Labrador and...
Abstract Large Eddy Simulations (LES) of vertical convective vortices and dust devils in the terrestrial Convective Boundary Layer (CBL) are presented. A CBL‐scale simulation and a dust‐devil‐scale simulation are preformed at different resolutions. The CBL‐scale simulation is performed to study...
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