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An Annual Cycle of Submesoscale Vertical Flow and Restratification in the Upper Ocean ArchiMer
Yu, Xiaolong; Naveira Garabato, Alberto C.; Martin, Adrian P; Buckingham, Christian; Brannigan, Liam; Su, Zhan.
Numerical simulations suggest that submesoscale turbulence may transform lateral buoyancy gradients into vertical stratification, and thus restratify the upper ocean via vertical flow. However, the observational evidence for this restratifying process has been lacking due to the difficulty in measuring such ephemeral phenomena, particularly over periods of months to years. This study presents an annual cycle of the vertical velocity and associated restratification estimated from two nested clusters of meso- and submesoscale-resolving moorings, deployed in a typical mid-ocean area of the Northeast Atlantic. Vertical velocities inferred using the non-diffusive density equation are substantially stronger at submesoscales (horizontal scales of 1-10 km) than at...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ocean; Atlantic Ocean; Ageostrophic circulations; Frontogenesis; Frontolysis; In situ oceanic observations.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00489/60076/63398.pdf
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Generation of sub-surface anticyclones at Arctic surface fronts due to a surface stress ArchiMer
Brannigan, Liam; Johnson, Helen; Lique, Camille; Nycander, Jonas; Nilsson, Johan.
Isolated anticyclones are frequently observed below the mixed layer in the Arctic Ocean. Some of these sub-surface anticyclones are thought to originate at surface fronts. However, previous idealized simulations with no surface stress show that only cyclone-anticyclone dipoles can propagate away from baroclinically unstable surface fronts. Numerical simulations of fronts subject to a surface stress presented here show that a surface stress in the same direction as the geostrophic flow inhibits dipole propagation away from the front. On the other hand, a surface stress in the opposite direction to the geostrophic flow helps dipoles to propagate away from the front. Regardless of the surface stress at the point of dipole formation, these dipoles can be...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00396/50763/51476.pdf
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