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Abstract New observations in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada show that temperature and dissolved oxygen have a pronounced seasonal cycle, with a spatially varying phase. Phase lags in oscillating systems arise due to internal time scales which can be interpreted in fluid systems...
Abstract The sensitivity of the annual cycle of ice cover in Baffin Bay to short‐wave radiation is investigated. The Princeton Ocean Model (POM) is used and is coupled with a multi‐category, dynamic‐thermodynamic sea‐ice model in which the surface energy balance governs the growth rates of ice...
Abstract A variational estimation procedure for the simultaneous retrieval of cloud parameters and thermodynamic profiles from infrared radiances is proposed. The method is based on a cloud emissivity model which accounts for the frequency dependence of cloud absorption and scattering and...
Abstract The mid‐latitude ocean's response to time‐dependent zonal wind‐stress forcing is studied using a reduced‐gravity, 1.5‐layer, shallow‐water model in two rectangular ocean basins of different sizes. The small basin is 1000 km × 2000 km and the larger one is 3000 km × 2010 km; the aspect...
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