Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Working Groups/AGRIF


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2013-07-06T12:29:54+02:00 (7 years ago)
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  • Working Groups/AGRIF

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    1616- AGRIF 1/15 degree zoom in the Labrador Sea in a 1/3 degree model. PhD work of Jerome Chanut,  
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    1718Chanut J., B. Barnier, W. Large, L. Debreu, T. Penduff, J.-M. Molines, and P. Mathiot, 2008 : Mesoscale eddies in the Labrador Sea and their contribution to convection and re-stratification. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 38, 1617-1643. 
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    1920- AGRIF in the bay of Biscay, comparison with open boundary strategies. PhD of Sylvain Cailleau,  
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    2022Cailleau S., V. Fedorenko, B. Barnier, E. Blayo, and L. Debreu, 2008: Comparison of different numerical methods used to handle the open boundary of a regional ocean circulation model of the Bay of Biscay. Ocean Modelling, 25, 1-16. 
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    2224- AGRIF in the Solomon Sea, PhD work of Angelique Melet. JPO 2010 and other papers (5 in all? to be verified) 
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    2326Melet A., Gourdeau L., Kessler S., Verron J. and Molines J.-M., 2010: Thermocline circulation in the Solomon Sea: a modeling study. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 40, 1302-1319. 
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    3336Jouanno J., Sheinbaum J., Barnier B., Molines J.-M., Candela J., 2012: Seasonal and interannual modulation of the eddy kinetic energy in the Caribbean Sea.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 42, 2041-2055, DOI: 10.1175/JPO-D-12-048.1. 
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    35 - AGRIF in the Med Sea : 
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     39- AGRIF in the Med Sea 
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    3741Dobrinski P., Anav A., Lebeaupin Brossier C., Samson G., Stéfanon M., Bastin S., Baklouti M., Béranger K., Beuvier J., Bourdallé-Badie R., Coquart L., D'Andrea F., De Noblet-Ducoudré N., Diaz F., Dutay J.-C., Ethe C., Foujols M.-A., Khvorostyanov D., Madec G., Mancip M., Masson S., Menut L., Palmieri J., Polcher J. Turquety S., Valcke S., Viovy N., 2012: Modelling the Regional Coupled Eatrh System (MORCE):application to process and climate studies in vulnerable regions. Env. Modelling and Software, 35, 1-18 (10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.01.017)