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Nitrogen transfers off Walvis Bay: a 3-D coupled physical/biogeochemical modeling approach in the Namibian upwelling system 5
Gutknecht, E.; Dadou, Isabelle; Marchesiello, P.; Cambon, Gildas; Le Vu, B.; Sudre, J.; Garcon, V.; Machu, Eric; Rixen, T.; Kock, A.; Flohr, A.; Paulmier, A.; Lavik, G..
Eastern boundary upwelling systems (EBUS) are regions of high primary production often associated with oxygen minimum zones (OMZs). They represent key regions for the oceanic nitrogen (N) cycle. By exporting organic matter (OM) and nutrients produced in the coastal region to the open ocean, EBUS can play an important role in sustaining primary production in subtropical gyres. However, losses of fixed inorganic N through denitrification and anammox processes take place in oxygen depleted environments such as EBUS, and can potentially mitigate the role of these regions as a source of N to the open ocean. EBUS can also represent a considerable source of nitrous oxide (N2O) to the atmosphere, affecting the atmospheric budget of N2O. In this paper a 3-D coupled...
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Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00152/26316/24373.pdf
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Destabilization of an oceanic meddy-like vortex: energy transfers and significance of numerical settings 5
Menesguen, Claire; Le Gentil, Sylvie; Marchesiello, P.; Ducousso, N..
The increase of computational capabilities led recent studies to implement very high resolution simulations that gave access to new scale interaction processes, particularly those associated with the transfer of energy from the oceanic mesoscales to smaller scales through an interior route to dissipation which is still under-explored. In this context, we study spin down simulations of a mesoscale interior vortex, unstable to a mixed baroclinic-barotropic instability. Even though the global energy is almost conserved, some energy is transferred down to dissipation scales during the development of instabilities. However, in our parameter regime, there is no substantial forward energy cascade sustained by unbalanced dynamics. Rather than exploring the...
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Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00435/54690/56128.pdf
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Circulation and suspended sediment transport in a coral reef lagoon: The south-west lagoon of New Caledonia 5
Ouillon, S.; Douillet, Pascal; Lefebvre, J. P.; Le Gendre, Romain; Jouon, Aymeric; Bonneton, P.; Fernandez,; Chevillon, C.; Magand, O.; Lefevre, J.; Le Hir, Pierre; Laganier, R.; Dumas, Franck; Marchesiello, P.; Madani, A. Bel; Andrefouet, S.; Panche, J. Y.; Fichez, R..
The south-west lagoon of New Caledonia is a wide semi-open coral reef lagoon bounded by an intertidal barrier reef and bisected by numerous deep inlets. This paper synthesizes findings from the 2000-2008 French National Program EC2CO-PNEC relative to the circulation and the transport of suspended particles in this lagoon. Numerical model development (hydrodynamic, fine suspended sediment transport, wind-wave, small-scale atmospheric circulation) allowed the determination of circulation patterns in the lagoon and the charting of residence time, the later of which has been recently used in a series of ecological studies. Topical studies based on field measurements permitted the parameterisation of wave set-up induced by the swell breaking on the reef barrier...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Hydrodynamics; Suspended sediment; New Caledonia; Coral reef lagoon; Sediment; Turbidity; Resuspension.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00014/12526/9401.pdf
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The NOW regional coupled model: Application to the tropical Indian Ocean climate and tropical cyclone activity 5
Samson, G.; Masson, S.; Lengaigne, M.; Keerthi, M. G.; Vialard, J.; Pous, Stephane; Madec, G.; Jourdain, N. C.; Jullien, Swen; Menkes, C.; Marchesiello, P..
This paper presents the NOW regional coupled ocean-atmosphere model built from the NEMO ocean and WRF atmospheric numerical models. This model is applied to the tropical Indian Ocean, with the oceanic and atmospheric components sharing a common 1/4 degrees horizontal grid. Long experiments are performed over the 1990-2009 period using the Betts-Miller-Janjic (BMJ) and Kain-Fritsch (KF) cumulus parameterizations. Both simulations produce a realistic distribution of seasonal rainfall and a realistic northward seasonal migration of monsoon rainfall over the Indian subcontinent. At subseasonal time scales, the model reasonably reproduces summer monsoon active and break phases, although with underestimated rainfall and surface wind signals. Its relatively high...
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Ano: 2014 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00349/46036/45703.pdf
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