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The Interaction of Two Surface Vortices Near a Topographic Slope in a Stratified Ocean 5
De Marez, Charly; Carton, Xavier; Morvan, Mathieu; Reinaud, Jean N..
We study the influence of bottom topography on the interaction of two identical vortices in a two-layer, quasi-geostrophic model. The two vortices have piecewise-uniform potential vorticity and are lying in the upper layer of the model. The topography is a smooth bottom slope. For two cyclones, topography modifies the merger critical distance and the merger efficiency: the topographic wave and vortices can advect the two cyclones along the shelf when they are initially far from it or towards the shelf when they are initially closer to it. They can also advect the two cyclones towards each other and thus favour merger. The cyclones deform, and the potential vorticity field undergoes filamentation. Regimes of partial vortex merger or of vortex splitting are...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Vortex interaction; Topography; Quasi-geostrophic model.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00600/71250/69625.pdf
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Interaction of the Gulf Stream with small scale topography: a focus on lee waves 5
De Marez, Charly; Lahaye, Noe; Gula, Jonathan.
The generation of lee waves in the Gulf Stream along the U.S. seaboard is investigated using high resolution realistic simulations. The model reproduces the surface signature of the waves, which compares favourably with observations from satellite sun glitter images in the region. In particular, a large number of internal waves are observed above the Charleston Bump. These waves match well with the linear theory describing topographically-generated internal waves, which can be used to estimate the associated vertical transport of momentum and energy extracted from the mean flow. Finally, small scale topographic features are shown to have a significant impact on the mean flow in this region of the Gulf Stream, and the specific role of lee waves in this...
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Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00609/72075/70786.pdf
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Oceanic vortex mergers are not isolated but influenced by the beta-effect and surrounding eddies 5
De Marez, Charly; Carton, Xavier; L'Hegaret, Pierre; Meunier, Thomas; Stegner, Alexandre; Le Vu, Briac; Morvan, Mathieu.
Oceanic vortices are ubiquitous in the ocean. They dominate the sub-inertial energy spectrum, and their dynamics is key for the evolution of the water column properties. The merger of two like-signed coherent vortices, which ultimately results in the formation of a larger vortex, provides an efficient mechanism for the lateral mixing of water masses in the ocean. Understanding the conditions of such interaction in the ocean is thus essential. Here, we use a merger detection algorithm to draw a global picture of this process in the ocean. We show that vortex mergers are not isolated, contrary to the hypothesis made in most earlier studies. Paradoxically, the merging distance is well reproduced by isolated vortex merger numerical simulations, but it is...
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Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00657/76873/78117.pdf
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Study of the stability of a large realistic cyclonic eddy 5
De Marez, Charly; Meunier, Thomas; Morvan, Mathieu; L’hégaret, Pierre; Carton, Xavier.
We investigate the stability of a composite cyclone representative of Arabian Sea eddies using a high resolution primitive equation model. We observe that the eddy is unstable with respect to a mixed barotropic/baroclinic instability, leading to the growth of an azimuthal mode 2 perturbation. The latter deforms the eddy, which eventually evolves into a tripole after about 4 months of simulation. The presence of a critical level for the most unstable mode generates sharp fronts in the surface mixed layer where the Rossby number is large. These fronts then become unstable, and this generates submesoscale cyclones and filaments. Near these fronts, diapycnal mixing occurs, causing the potential vorticity to change sign locally, and symmetric instability to...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Mesoscale; Eddy; Instability; Submesoscale; Vortex.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00598/70967/69196.pdf
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Structure and Dynamics of the Ras al Hadd Oceanic Dipole in the Arabian Sea 5
Ayouche, Adam; De Marez, Charly; Morvan, Mathieu; L'Hegaret, Pierre; Carton, Xavier; Le Vu, Briac; Stegner, Alexandre.
The Ras al Hadd oceanic dipole is a recurrent association of a cyclone (to the northeast) and of an anticyclone (to the southwest), which forms in summer and breaks up at the end of autumn. It lies near the Ras al Hadd cape, southeast of the Arabian peninsula. Its size is on the order of 100 km. Along the axis of this dipole flows an intense jet, the Ras al Had jet. Using altimetric data and an eddy detection and tracking algorithm (AMEDA: Angular Momentum Eddy Detection and tracking Algorithm), we describe the life cycle of this oceanic dipole over a year (2014–2015). We also use the results of a numerical model (HYCOM, the HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model) simulation, and hydrological data from ARGO profilers, to characterize the vertical structure of the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ras al hadd oceanic dipole; Arabian sea; Cyclonic and anticyclonic eddies; Altimetric data; Angular momentum eddy detection and tracking algorithm (AMEDA); HYCOM model; ARGO floats.
Ano: 2021 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00679/79107/81598.pdf
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