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Abstract An estimate of the summer Barents Sea circulation is constructed as a four‐dimensional variational inverse of the monthly hydrographic and atmospheric climatologies. The reconstructed evolution of temperature, salinity, and velocity fields provides the best fit to climatological data...
Abstract A new mesoscale version of the regional forecast system became operational at the Canadian Meteorological Centre on 18 May 2004. The main changes to the regional modelling system include an increase in both the horizontal and vertical resolutions (15‐km horizontal resolution and 58...
Abstract A powerful storm passed over the coastal waters of eastern Canada on the 21 and 22 January 2000 causing significant damage to coastal infrastructure. The storm generated a large (>1.4 m) storm surge in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence that unfortunately coincided with a high spring...
Abstract The influence of different mechanisms on surface and subsurface temperature anomalies is considered along Line‐P, an oceanographic line extending from Vancouver Island into the Gulf of Alaska, which has been sampled for almost half a century. The role of a given mechanism is determined...
Abstract This study examines the trends and variations in several indices of daily and extreme temperature and precipitation in Canada for the periods 1950–2003 and 1900–2003 respectively. The indices are based on homogenized daily temperature and adjusted daily precipitation measurements which...
Abstract The high‐latitude ice/snow‐albedo feedback is a principal element in many paleoclimate theories and global warming scenarios. The strength of this feedback is determined by the ice/snow effects on the top‐of atmosphere (TOA) albedo, which is also strongly affected by clouds. Using...
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