A Diagnosis of Eddy Tracer Transport in a Global 0.1 Degree Ocean Model

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A Diagnosis of Eddy Tracer Transport in a Global 0.1 Degree Ocean Model
Contributors
Bachman, Scott D. (creator)
Fox-Kemper, Baylor (creator)
Bryan, Frank O. (creator)
Dennis, John (creator)
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https://doi:10.7301/Z0R20Z96
Date Created
2016-01-01
Abstract
Nine passive tracers were released in a global 0.1 degree ocean model forced with normal year forcing for 23 years. A diagnosis of these tracers using the method of Bachman & Fox-Kemper (2015) is stored here. Some of these results, using a more primitive form of the diagnosis, were reported in Fox-Kemper et al. (2013). Error estimates, based on the seasonal variability of the tracer fluxes, the short duration of the eddy statistics averaging, the number of tracers used, and other factors are estimated and detailed in the included description file. The format of the data set is designed for ease of incorporation and manipulation in MATLAB
Keywords
Climatology
Oceanography
Turbulence
Mesoscale Eddie
Notes
This research was funded by the National Science Foundation Grant IDs: 1350795 and 0825614
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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Bachman, Scott D., Fox-Kemper, Baylor, Bryan, Frank O., et al., "A Diagnosis of Eddy Tracer Transport in a Global 0.1 Degree Ocean Model" (2016). Data for Publications. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/https://doi:10.7301/Z0R20Z96

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