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A model-based study of ice and freshwater transport variability along both sides of Greenland ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Treguier, Anne-marie; Scheinert, Markus; Penduff, Thierry.
We investigate some aspects of the variability of the Arctic freshwater content during the 1965-2002 period using the DRAKKAR eddy admitting global ocean/sea-ice model (12 km resolution in the Arctic). A comparison with recent mooring sections shows that the model realistically represents the major advective exchanges with the Arctic basin, through Bering, Fram and Davis Straits, and the Barents Sea. This allows the separate contributions of the inflows and outflows across each section to be quantified. In the model, the Arctic freshwater content variability is explained by the sea-ice flux at Fram and the combined variations of ocean freshwater inflow (at Bering) and outflow (at Fram and Davis). At all routes, except trough Fram Strait, the freshwater...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Fram Strait; Davis Strait; Freshwater flux; Freshwater budget; Arctic Ocean.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/2009/publication-6713.pdf
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A Three‐way Balance in The Beaufort Gyre: The Ice‐Ocean Governor, Wind Stress, and Eddy Diffusivity ArchiMer
Doddridge, Edward W.; Meneghello, Gianluca; Marshall, John; Scott, Jon; Lique, Camille.
The Beaufort Gyre (BG) is a large anticyclonic circulation in the Arctic Ocean. Its strength is directly related to the halocline depth, and therefore also to the storage of freshwater. It has recently been proposed that the equilibrium state of the BG is set by the Ice‐Ocean Governor, a negative feedback between surface currents and ice‐ocean stress, rather than a balance between lateral mesoscale eddy fluxes and surface Ekman pumping. However, mesoscale eddies are present in the Arctic Ocean; it is therefore important to extend the Ice‐Ocean Governor theory to include lateral fluxes due to mesoscale eddies. Here, a non‐linear ordinary differential equation is derived that represents the effects of wind stress, the Ice‐Ocean Governor, and eddy fluxes....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Beaufort Gyre; Ice-Ocean Governor; Mesoscale eddies; Arctic; Sea ice.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00487/59844/62994.pdf
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An assessment of the Arctic Ocean in a suite of interannual CORE-II simulations. Part II: Liquid freshwater ArchiMer
Wang, Qiang; Ilicak, Mehmet; Gerdes, Ruediger; Drange, Helge; Aksenov, Yevgeny; Bailey, David A.; Bentsen, Mats; Biastoch, Arne; Bozec, Alexandra; Boening, Claus; Cassou, Christophe; Chassignet, Eric; Coward, Andrew C.; Curry, Beth; Danabasoglu, Gokhan; Danilov, Sergey; Fernandez, Elodie; Fogli, Pier Giuseppe; Fujii, Yosuke; Griffies, Stephen M.; Iovino, Doroteaciro; Jahn, Alexandra; Jung, Thomas; Large, William G.; Lee, Craig; Lique, Camille; Lu, Jianhua; Masina, Simona; Nurser, A. J. George; Rabe, Benjamin; Roth, Christina; Salas Y Melia, David; Samuels, Bonita L.; Spence, Paul; Tsujino, Hiroyuki; Valcke, Sophie; Voldoire, Aurore; Wang, Xuezhu; Yeager, Steve G..
The Arctic Ocean simulated in 14 global ocean-sea ice models in the framework of the Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments, phase II (CORE-II) is analyzed in this study. The focus is on the Arctic liquid freshwater (FW) sources and freshwater content (FWC). The models agree on the interannual variability of liquid FW transport at the gateways where the ocean volume transport determines the FW transport variability. The variation of liquid FWC is induced by both the surface FW flux (associated with sea ice production) and lateral liquid FW transport, which are in phase when averaged on decadal time scales. The liquid FWC shows an increase starting from the mid-1990s, caused by the reduction of both sea ice formation and liquid FW export, with the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic Ocean; Freshwater; Sea ice; CORE II atmospheric forcing.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00313/42463/41835.pdf
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An assessment of the Arctic Ocean in a suite of interannual CORE-II simulations. Part III: Hydrography and fluxes ArchiMer
Ilicak, Mehmet; Drange, Helge; Wang, Qiang; Gerdes, Rudiger; Aksenov, Yevgeny; Bailey, David; Bentsen, Mats; Biastoch, Arne; Bozec, Alexandra; Boening, Claus; Cassou, Christophe; Chassignet, Eric; Coward, Andrew C.; Curry, Beth; Danabasoglu, Gokhan; Danilov, Sergey; Fernandez, Elodie; Fogli, Pier Giuseppe; Fujii, Yosuke; Griffies, Stephen M.; Iovino, Doroteaciro; Jahn, Alexandra; Jung, Thomas; Large, William G.; Lee, Craig; Lique, Camille; Lu, Jianhua; Masina, Simona; Nurser, A. J. George; Roth, Christina; Salas Y Melia, David; Samuels, Bonita L.; Spence, Paul; Tsujino, Hiroyuki; Valcke, Sophie; Voldoire, Aurore; Wang, Xuezhu; Yeager, Steve G..
In this paper we compare the simulated Arctic Ocean in 15 global ocean–sea ice models in the framework of the Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments, phase II (CORE-II). Most of these models are the ocean and sea-ice components of the coupled climate models used in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) experiments. We mainly focus on the hydrography of the Arctic interior, the state of Atlantic Water layer and heat and volume transports at the gateways of the Davis Strait, the Bering Strait, the Fram Strait and the Barents Sea Opening. We found that there is a large spread in temperature in the Arctic Ocean between the models, and generally large differences compared to the observed temperature at intermediate depths. Warm bias...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic Ocean; Atlantic Water; St. Anna Trough; Density currents; CORE-II atmospheric forcing.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00317/42864/42295.pdf
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Arctic Ocean freshwater content and its decadal memory of sea-level pressure ArchiMer
Johnson, Helen L.; Cornish, Sam B.; Kostov, Yavor; Beer, Emma; Lique, Camille.
Arctic freshwater content (FWC) has increased significantly over the last two decades, with potential future implications for the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation downstream. We investigate the relationship between Arctic FWC and atmospheric circulation in the control run of a coupled climate model. Multiple linear lagged regression is used to extract the response of total Arctic FWC to a hypothetical step increase in the principal components of sea‐level pressure. The results demonstrate that the FWC adjusts on a decadal timescale, consistent with the idea that wind‐driven ocean dynamics and eddies determine the response of Arctic Ocean circulation and properties to a change in surface forcing, as suggested by idealized models and theory....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic Ocean; Climate change; Interannual variability; Freshwater; Adjustment timescales; Ocean dynamics.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00440/55117/56571.pdf
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Arctic Ocean response to Greenland Sea wind anomalies in a suite of model simulations ArchiMer
Muilwijk, Morven; Ilicak, Mehmet; Cornish, Sam B.; Danilov, Sergey; Gelderloos, Renske; Gerdes, Rüdiger; Haid, Verena; Haine, Thomas W.n.; Johnson, Helen L.; Kostov, Yavor; Kovács, Tamás; Lique, Camille; Marson, Juliana M.; Myers, Paul G.; Scott, Jon; Smedsrud, Lars H.; Talandier, Claude; Wang, Qiang.
Multi‐model Arctic Ocean ``Climate Response Function” (CRF) experiments are analyzed in order to explore the effects of anomalous wind forcing over the Greenland Sea (GS) on poleward ocean heat transport, Atlantic Water (AW) pathways, and the extent of Arctic sea ice. Particular emphasis is placed on the sensitivity of the AW circulation to anomalously strong or weak GS winds in relation to natural variability, the latter manifested as part of the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO). We find that anomalously strong (weak) GS wind forcing, comparable in strength to a strong positive (negative) NAO index, results in an intensification (weakening) of the poleward AW flow, extending from south of the North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre, through the Nordic Seas, and all...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic Ocean; Atlantic Water; Sea ice; Wind forcing; Model intercomparison; FAMOS.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00510/62126/66338.pdf
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Characterizing the chaotic nature of ocean ventilation ArchiMer
Macgilchrist, Graeme A.; Marshall, David P.; Johnson, Helen L.; Lique, Camille; Thomas, Matthew.
Ventilation of the upper ocean plays an important role in climate variability on interannual to decadal timescales by influencing the exchange of heat and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere and ocean. The turbulent nature of ocean circulation, manifest in a vigorous mesoscale eddy field, means that pathways of ventilation, once thought to be quasi-laminar, are in fact highly chaotic. We characterize the chaotic nature of ventilation pathways according to a nondimensional filamentation number, which estimates the reduction in filament width of a ventilated fluid parcel due to mesoscale strain. In the subtropical North Atlantic of an eddy-permitting ocean model, the filamentation number is large everywhere across three upper ocean density...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ventilation; North Atlantic; Thermocline; Chaos; Mesoscale eddies; Lagrangian trajectories.
Ano: 2017 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00410/52104/52807.pdf
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Composition of freshwater in the spring of 2014 on the southern Labrador shelf and slope ArchiMer
Benetti, M.; Reverdin, G.; Lique, Camille; Yashayaev, I.; Holliday, N. P.; Tynan, E.; Torres-valdes, S.; Lherminier, Pascale; Treguer, P.; Sarthou, G..
The Labrador Current is an important conduit of freshwater from the Arctic to the interior North Atlantic subpolar gyre. Here, we investigate the spatial variability of the freshwater sources over the southern Labrador shelf and slope during May-June 2014. Using measurements of seawater properties such as temperature, salinity, nutrients and oxygen isotopic composition, we estimate the respective contributions of saline water of Atlantic and Pacific origins, of brines released during sea ice formation, and of freshwater from sea ice melt and meteoric water origins. On the southern Labrador shelf, we find a large brine signal and Pacific Water influence indicating a large contribution of water from the Canadian Arctic. The brine signal implies that more...
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Ano: 2017 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00365/47667/47778.pdf
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Eddy contributions to the meridional transport of salt in the North Atlantic ArchiMer
Treguier, Anne-marie; Deshayes, Julie; Lique, Camille; Dussin, Raphael; Molines, Jean-marc.
The meridional transport of salt in the Atlantic ocean is an important process for climate, controlling the stability of the meridional overturning circulation. The contribution of transient eddies to this transport is quantified in an eddy resolving North Atlantic model at 1/12 degrees resolution (NATL12), and compared with lower resolution North-Atlantic and global 1/4 degrees models. In NATL12 between 10 degrees N and 40 degrees N, there is a volume loss by evaporation of 0.6 Sverdrups (Sv). The divergence of the eddy flux of salt (normalized by a reference salinity of 34.8) is 0.2 Sv over the region, a significant fraction of the total air-seawater exchange, but it is compensated by an opposite convergent transport of salt by the mean flow, so that the...
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Ano: 2012 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00083/19441/17052.pdf
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Emergence of deep convection in the Arctic Ocean under a warming climate ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Johnson, Helen L.; Plancherel, Yves.
The appearance of winter deep mixed layers in the Arctic Ocean under a warming climate is investigated with the HiGEM coupled global climate model. In response to a four times increase of atmospheric CO2 levels with respect to present day conditions, the Arctic Basin becomes seasonally ice-free. Its surface becomes consequently warmer and, on average, slightly fresher. Locally, changes in surface salinity can be far larger (up to 4 psu) than the basin-scale average, and of a different sign. The Canadian Basin undergoes a strong freshening, while the Eurasian Basin undergoes strong salinification. These changes are driven by the spin up of the surface circulation, likely resulting from the increased transfer of momentum to the ocean as sea ice cover is...
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Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00395/50609/51451.pdf
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Etude des échanges entre l’Océan Arctique et l’Atlantique Nord : Origine, Variabilité et Impact sur les mers Nordiques ArchiMer
Lique, Camille.
While perhaps the most obvious, ice retreat is just one aspect of a changing Arctic system. The Arctic Ocean is also undergoing unprecedented modifications, that mostly affect its heat and freshwater budgets. As the signal of Arctic change is expected to have its major climatic impact by reaching south the subarctic seas, on either side of Greenland, to modulate the Atlantic thermohaline circulation, the objective of this thesis is to investigate the variability of the exports of volume, heat, freshwater and sea-ice from the Arctic Ocean to the North Atlantic. First, a realistic simulation from 1958 to 2002 run with a global ocean/sea-ice model is used to investigate some aspects of the variability of the Arctic freshwater budget, trying to understand...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Océan Arctique; Bilan d'eau douce; Flux d'eau douce; Glace de mer; Modèle numérique - Analyse Lagrangienne - Forçages atmosphériques; Arctic Ocean; Freshwater budget; Freshwater flux; Sea ice; Numerical model; Lagrangian analysis; Atmospheric forcing.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00015/12597/9474.pdf
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Evolution of the Arctic Ocean Salinity, 2007-08: Contrast between the Canadian and the Eurasian Basins ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Garric, Gilles; Treguier, Anne-marie; Barnier, Bernard; Ferry, Nicolas; Testut, Charles-emmanuel; Ardhuin, Fanny.
The authors investigate the variability of salinity in the Arctic Ocean and in the Nordic and Labrador Seas over recent years to see how the freshwater balance in the Arctic and the exchanges with the North Atlantic have been affected by the recent important sea ice melting, especially during the 2007 sea ice extent minimum. The Global Ocean Reanalysis and Simulations (GLORYS1) global ocean reanalysis based on a global coupled ocean sea ice model with an average of 12-km grid resolution in the Arctic Ocean is used in this regard. Although no sea ice data and no data under sea ice are assimilated, simulation over the 2001-09 period is shown to represent fairly well the 2007 sea ice event and the different components accounting for the ocean and sea ice...
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Ano: 2011 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00035/14637/11946.pdf
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Freshwater and its role in the Arctic Marine System: sources, disposition, storage, export, and physical and biogeochemical consequences in the Arctic and global oceans ArchiMer
Carmack, E. C.; Yamamoto-kawai, M.; Haine, T. W. N.; Bacon, S.; Bluhm, B. A.; Lique, Camille; Melling, H.; Polyakov, I. V.; Straneo, F.; Timmermans, M. -l.; Williams, W. J..
The Arctic Ocean is a fundamental node in the global hydrological cycle and the ocean's thermohaline circulation. We here assess the system's key functions and processes: 1) the delivery of fresh and low salinity waters to the Arctic Ocean by river inflow, net precipitation, distillation during the freeze/thaw cycle and Pacific Ocean inflows; 2) the disposition (e.g. sources, pathways and storage) of freshwater components within the Arctic Ocean; and 3) the release and export of freshwater components into the bordering convective domains of the North Atlantic. We then examine physical, chemical or biological processes which are influenced or constrained by the local quantities and geochemical qualities of fresh water; these include: stratification and...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic; Oceans; Circulation; Freshwater; Carbon cycle; Acidification.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00313/42460/41831.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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Is there any imprint of the wind variability on the Atlantic Water circulation within the Arctic Basin? ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Johnson, Helen L..
The Atlantic Water (AW) layer in the Arctic Basin is isolated from the atmosphere by the overlaying surface layer, yet observations have revealed that the velocities in this layer exhibit significant variations. Here analysis of a global ocean/sea ice model hindcast, complemented by experiments performed with an idealized process model, is used to investigate what controls the variability of AW circulation, with a focus on the role of wind forcing. The AW circulation carries the imprint of wind variations, both remotely over the Nordic and Barents Seas where they force the AW inflow variability, and locally over the Arctic Basin through the forcing of the wind-driven Beaufort Gyre, which modulates and transfers the wind variability to the AW layer. The...
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Ano: 2015 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00313/42420/41755.pdf
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Lagrangian ocean analysis: fundamentals and practices ArchiMer
Van Sebille, Erik; Griffies, Stephen M.; Abernathey, Ryan; Adams, Thomas P.; Berloff, Pavel; Biastoch, Arne; Blanke, Bruno; Chassignet, Eric P.; Cheng, Yu; Cotter, Colin J.; Deleersnijder, Eric; Doos, Kristofer; Drake, Henri F.; Drijfhout, Sybren; Gary, Stefan F.; Heemink, Arnold W.; Kjellsson, Joakim; Koszalka, Inga Monika; Lange, Michael; Lique, Camille; Macgilchrist, Graeme A.; Marsh, Robert; Adame, C. Gabriela Mayorga; Mcadam, Ronan; Nencioli, Francesco; Paris, Claire B.; Piggott, Matthew D.; Polton, Jeff A.; Ruehs, Siren; Shah, Syed H. A. M.; Thomas, Matthew; Wang, Jinbo; Wolfram, Phillip J.; Zanna, Laure; Zika, Jan D..
Lagrangian analysis is a powerful way to analyse the output of ocean circulation models and other ocean velocity data such as from altimetry. In the Lagrangian approach, large sets of virtual particles are integrated within the three-dimensional, time-evolving velocity fields. Over several decades, a variety of tools and methods for this purpose have emerged. Here, we review the state of the art in the field of Lagrangian analysis of ocean velocity data, starting from a fundamental kinematic framework and with a focus on large-scale open ocean applications. Beyond the use of explicit velocity fields, we consider the influence of unresolved physics and dynamics on particle trajectories. We comprehensively list and discuss the tools currently available for...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ocean circulation; Lagrangian analysis; Connectivity; Particle tracking; Future modelling.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00412/52324/53099.pdf
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Meridional transport of salt in the global ocean from an eddy-resolving model ArchiMer
Treguier, Anne-marie; Deshayes, Julie; Le Sommer, Julien; Lique, Camille; Madec, G.; Penduff, Thierry; Molines, Jean-marc; Barnier, Bernard; Bourdalle-badie, Romain; Talandier, Claude.
The meridional transport of salt is computed in a global eddy-resolving numerical model (1/12 degrees resolution) in order to improve our understanding of the ocean salinity budget. A methodology is proposed that allows a global analysis of the salinity balance in relation to surface water fluxes, without defining a "freshwater anomaly" based on an arbitrary reference salinity. The method consists of a decomposition of the meridional transport into (i) the transport by the time-longitude-depth mean velocity, (ii) time-mean velocity recirculations and (iii) transient eddy perturbations. Water is added (rainfall and rivers) or removed (evaporation) at the ocean surface at different latitudes, which creates convergences and divergences of mass transport with...
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Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00192/30319/28790.pdf
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Modeling the Arctic Freshwater System and its integration in the global system: Lessons learned and future challenges ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Holland, Marika M.; Dibike, Yonas B.; Lawrence, David M.; Screen, James A..
Numerous components of the Arctic freshwater system (atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere, terrestrial hydrology) have experienced large changes over the past few decades, and these changes are projected to amplify further in the future. Observations are particularly sparse, both in time and space, in the Polar Regions. Hence, modeling systems have been widely used and are a powerful tool to gain understanding on the functioning of the Arctic freshwater system and its integration within the global Earth system and climate. Here, we present a review of modeling studies addressing some aspect of the Arctic freshwater system. Through illustrative examples, we point out the value of using a hierarchy of models with increasing complexity and component interactions, in...
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Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00313/42461/41832.pdf
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Observed atlantification of the Barents Sea causes the Polar Front to limit the expansion of winter sea ice ArchiMer
Barton, Benjamin I.; Lenn, Yueng-djern; Lique, Camille.
Barents Sea Water (BSW) is formed from Atlantic Water that is cooled through atmospheric heat loss and freshened through seasonal sea ice melt. In the eastern Barents Sea, the BSW and fresher, colder Arctic Water meet at the surface along the Polar Front (PF). Despite its importance in setting the northern limit of BSW ventilation, the PF has been poorly-documented, mostly eluding detection by observational surveys that avoid seasonal sea ice. In this study, satellite sea surface temperature (SST) observations are used in addition to a temperature and salinity climatology to examine the location and structure of the PF, and characterise its variability over the period 1985 – 2016. It is shown that the PF is independent of the position of the sea ice edge...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Arctic; Sea ice; Fronts; Sea surface temperature; Satellite observations.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00448/56003/57509.pdf
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On the origins of water masses exported along both sides of Greenland: A Lagrangian model analysis ArchiMer
Lique, Camille; Treguier, Anne-marie; Blanke, Bruno; Grima, Nicolas.
The origin of the water masses exported from the Arctic to the North Atlantic along both sides of Greenland is investigated using an original numerical method. A quantitative Lagrangian analysis is applied to the monthly climatological 3-D output of a global ocean/sea ice high-resolution model. It allows quantification of the different branches of the export to the North Atlantic, as well as related timescales and water mass transformations. In the model, the outflow through Davis Strait consists in equal parts of Pacific and Atlantic water, whilst the export through Fram Strait consists almost fully of Atlantic water (contrary to observations). Pacific water is transferred quickly (O(10 years)) to the North Atlantic through the Beaufort Gyre, where...
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Ano: 2010 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00005/11591/8232.pdf
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