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High resolution numerical modelling in the atmosphere and ocean

High resolution numerical modelling in the atmosphere and ocean

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric circulation -- Mathematical models.,
  • Atmospheric circulation -- Computer simulation.,
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementKevin Hamilton, Wataru Ohfuchi, editors.
    ContributionsHamilton, Kevin., Ohfuchi, Wataru, 1963-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC880.4.A8 H54 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 293 p. :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19998328M
    ISBN 109780387366715, 9780387497914
    LC Control Number2007930354

    The horizontal distance between the adjacent grids are often known as grid-spacing or resolution. Many models have the ability to nest finer grids within a coarse grid resulting in a nested grid with much higher resolution. The vertical resolution of numerical models improved alongside horizontal resolution Cited by: 1.   The atmospheric model uses a spectral dynamical core with TL resolution, equivalent to a grid resolution of approximately 38 km. Combined with this high model resolution, the use of high Cited by:

    High-resolution Climate Modeling. GFDL’s CM climate model, incorporating 1o ocean and 2o atmospheric components, was developed to produce output and science for the IPCC 4th assessment report. When evaluated over a broad suite of metrics this model was found to produce a high quality simulation of the present-day climate and its variability.   Many agencies around the world provide real-time forecasts of SST through web-based platforms. These are based on numerical modeling. Numerical models explain the process of heat transfer across the atmosphere and the oceans. These models are essentially designed to obtain average information over a large spatial by:

    Typhoon Man-yi in simulated by an atmosphere-wave-ocean coupled model with km horizontal resolution: Japan: A. Wada: Extremely deepening of central pressures for Typhoon Neoguri in simulated by an atmosphere-wave-ocean coupled model and its dependency on the horizontal resolution. Japan: [1] High‐resolution numerical experiments using a three‐dimensional non‐hydrostatic model with horizontal grid size of 5 or 2 km are performed to clarify what determines the structure and cloud pattern of polar lows. An axisymmetric initial vortex is imposed in a baroclinic basic state for which thermal wind balance holds. It is found that when the baroclinicity is absent, a hurricane Cited by:


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High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean includes 15 individual papers that highlight the emerging research in atmospheric and oceanic science that has been made possible by exploiting newly available computational resources.

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Results from regional atmospheric, global atmospheric, global ocean, and global coupled ocean. High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean includes 15 individual papers that highlight the emerging research in atmospheric and oceanic science that has been made possible by exploiting newly available computational resources.

Results from regional atmospheric, global atmospheric, global ocean, and global coupled ocean-atmosphere models are discussed in the. High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean includes 15 individual papers that highlight the emerging research in atmospheric and oceanic science that has been made possible by exploiting newly available computational resources.

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Title: High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean: Authors: Hamilton, Kevin; Ohfuchi, Wataru: Publication: High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean, Edited by K.

Hamilton and W. Ohfuchi. High Resolution Numerical Modeling of the Atmosphere and Ocean Article   January   with   Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary. from book High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the A Review of Our Current Understanding and Outstanding Issues for coupled global ocean–atmosphere models and the simulated climate.

Both research-grade and operational numerical weather prediction models perform simulations with horizontal grid spacings as fine as 1 km, and their multi-scale terrain data have become increasingly important for high-resolution model forecasting. This study focused on the influence of multi-scale surface databases of topographical height and land use on the modeling of atmospheric circulation Cited by: 3.

Numerical modeling techniques for ocean circulation are improving rapidly as computer power allows more detailed calculations on finer grids. Recent results for the Canary Current region, representing the near-surface flow in early September, are shown in Figure The model realistically depicts a meandering Azores Current at 35°N, which separates into branches entering the Gulf of Cadiz and.

About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so. By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in. High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean. Many key issues in dynamical meteorology and physical oceanography depend on interactions among diverse spatial scales.

Atmospheric examples are the role of small-scale gravity waves in the zonal-mean momentum balance in the middle atmosphere, the role. The internal waves are simulated by a fully coupled ocean-atmosphere prediction system, exchanging surface fluxes between the air and sea at high frequency and at high resolution.

For the ocean, a hydrostatic model including diurnal and semi-diurnal tides provides a 2 km resolution representation of the entire Bay of : Tommy G.

Jensen, Jorge Magalhães, Hemantha W. Wijesekera, Maarten Buijsman, Robert Helber, James Ric. High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean pp | Cite as An Eddy-Resolving Hindcast Simulation of the Quasiglobal Ocean from to on the Earth Simulator Cited by: Here we discuss several classes of models, with an emphasis on atmospheric models.

The discussion closely follows that of Henderson-Sellers and McGuffie (), which is an excellent resource on the subject (and has an updated edition). First of all, we restrict ourselves to numerical models, specifically those designed to be solved with computers.

This paper reviews the current state and development of different numerical model classes that are used to simulate the global atmospheric system, particularly Earth’s climate and climate-chemistry connections.

The focus is on Chemistry-Climate Models. In general, these serve to examine dynamical and chemical processes in the Earth atmosphere, their feedback, and interaction with by: 6. A high 1/36° resolution numerical model is used to study the ocean circulation in the Solomon Sea.

An evaluation of the model with (the few) available observation shows that the 1/36° resolution model. The Seminar on "Recent Developments in Numerical Methods for Atmosphere and Ocean Modelling" brought together mathematicians, fluid dynamics specialists, and atmospheric/oceanic scientists to review and highlight recent advances and future challenges in high-resolution numerical modelling of the atmosphere and ocean.

Numerical Methods and Modelling in Atmosphere-Ocean Science. A Semi-Lagrangian Finite Element Ocean General Circulation Model Using a Generalized Vertical Coordinate Transformation; Asymptotic Analysis of a Dry Atmosphere; A Model for Two Coupled Turbulent Fluids; Modeling Geophysical Flows via Large Scale Statistical Theories.

This book provides a survey of the frontiers of research in the numerical modeling and mathematical analysis used in the study of the atmosphere and oceans.

The details of the current practices in global atmospheric and ocean models, the assimilation of observational data into such models and the numerical techniques used in theoretical.The Princeton Ocean Model (POM) is a community general numerical model for ocean circulation that can be used to simulate and predict oceanic currents.

Numerical Resolution and Modeling of the Global Atmospheric Circulation: A Review of Our Current Understanding and Outstanding Issues Kevin Hamilton Summary This chapter presents a survey of published literature related to the issue of how the simulation of climate and atmospheric circulation by global modelsCited by: