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A whirling ecosystem in the equatorial Atlantic 5
Menkes, Christophe; Kennan, Sc; Flament, Pierre; Dandonneau, Y; Masson, S; Biessy, B; Marchal, E; Eldin, G; Grelet, J; Montel, Y; Morliere, A; Lebourges-dhaussy, A; Moulin, C; Champalbert, G; Herbland, Alain.
[1] The equatorial Pacific and Atlantic oceans exhibit remarkable meridional undulations in temperature and chlorophyll fronts visible from space over thousands of kilometers and often referred to as tropical instability waves. Here, we present new observations of an ecosystem ranging through three trophic levels: phytoplankton, zooplankton and small pelagic fish whirling within a tropical vortex of the Atlantic ocean and associated with such undulations. Cold, nutrient and biologically rich equatorial waters are advected northward and downward to form sharp fronts visible in all tracers and trophic levels. The equatorward recirculation experiences upwelling at depth, with the pycnocline and ecosystem progressively moving toward the surface to reconnect...
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Ano: 2002 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00000/10049/9584.pdf
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Impact of barrier layer on winter-spring variability of the southeastern Arabian Sea 5
Masson, S; Luo, Jj; Madec, G; Vialard, Jerome; Durand, F; Gualdi, S; Guilyardi, E; Behera, S; Delecluse, P; Navarra, A; Yamagata, T.
In the present study, we use a coupled model to evaluate the effect of shallow salinity stratification on the sea surface temperature (SST) and on the monsoon onset in the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS). A 100-year control experiment shows that the coupled model reproduces the main climatic features in this region in terms of SST, precipitation and barrier layer (BL). A 100-year sensitivity experiment (where BL effects have been suppressed in the SEAS) shows that BL enhances the spring SST warming by 0.5 degrees C, and leads to a statistically significant increase of precipitation in May (3 mm/day) linked to an early (10 to 15 days) monsoon onset. This suggests that the BL extent may be a useful predictor of the summer monsoon onset in the area with a...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Summer monsoon season; Surface temperature; Indian ocean; Mixed layer; Northeast monsoon; Southwest monsoon; Onset vortex; Coupled GCM; Mechanisms; Evolution.
Ano: 2005 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00203/31422/29819.pdf
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