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AGRIF WG

Working group leader (and responsible for wiki pages): Jérôme Chanut

Members of the working group:

  • Rachid Benshila (CNRS)
  • Clément Bricaud (Mercator Océan)
  • Jérôme Chanut (Mercator Océan)
  • Laurent Debreu (INRIA)
  • Frédéric Dupont (Environnement Canada)
  • Laura Gillard (University of Alberta)
  • Tim Graham (Met Office)
  • Sébastien Masson (CNRS)
  • Clark Pennelly (University of Alberta)
  • Clément Rousset (CNRS)

Objectives:

Sustain and improve AGRIF implementation in NEMO. Provide support to users.

WG internal meetings:

List of NEMO-AGRIF publications in peer-reviewed journals since 2008:

  1. Biastoch, A., Böning, C. W. and Lutjeharms, J. R. E. (2008) Agulhas leakage dynamics affects decadal variability in Atlantic overturning circulation Nature, 456 . pp. 489-492.
  2. Biastoch, A., Lütjeharms, J. R. E., Böning, C. W. and Scheinert, M. (2008) Mesoscale perturbations control inter-ocean exchange south of Africa Geophysical Research Letters, 35.
  3. Chanut 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.
  4. Cailleau 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.
  5. Jouanno J., J Sheinbaum, B. Barnier, J. M. Molines, L. Debreu, and F. Lemarié (2008): The mesoscale variability in the Caribbean Sea. Part I: simulations with an embedded model and characteristics, Ocean Modelling, 23, 82-101.
  6. Jouanno J., J Sheinbaum, B. Barnier, J. M. Molines (2009) The mesoscale variability in the Caribbean Sea. Part II: energy sources. Ocean Modelling, 26 (3-4), pp. 226-239.
  7. Biastoch, A., Beal, L., Lutjeharms, J. R. E. and Casal, T. G. D. (2009) Variability and coherence of the Agulhas Undercurrent in a High-resolution Ocean General Circulation Model Journal of Physical Oceanography, 39 . pp. 2417-2435.
  8. Biastoch, A., Böning, C. W., Schwarzkopf, F. U. and Lutjeharms, J. R. E. (2009) Increase in Agulhas leakage due to poleward shift of Southern Hemisphere westerlies Nature, 462 . pp. 495-498.
  9. Siedler, G., Rouault, M., Biastoch, A., Backeberg, B., Reason, C. J. C. and Lutjeharms, J. R. E. (2009) Modes of the southern extension of the East Madagascar Current Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, 114 .
  10. Van Sebille, E., van Leeuwen, P. J., Biastoch, A., Barron, C. N. and de Ruijter, W. P. M. (2009) Lagrangian validation of numerical drifter trajectories using drifting buoys: Application to the Agulhas region Ocean Modelling, 29 . pp. 269-276.
  11. Van Sebille, E., Barron, C. N., Biastoch, A., van Leeuwen, P. J., Vossepoel, F. C. and de Ruijter, W. P. M. (2009) Relating Agulhas leakage to the Agulhas Current retroflection location Ocean Science, 5 . pp. 511-521.
  12. Van Sebille, E., Biastoch, A., van Leeuwen, P. J. and de Ruijter, W. P. M. (2009) A weaker Agulhas Current leads to more Agulhas leakage Geophysical Research Letters, 36
  13. Melet, 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.
  14. Melet, A., L. Gourdeau, J. Verron (2010) Variability of the Solomon Sea from altimetry sea level data. Ocean Dynamics, 60 (4), 883-900.
  15. Melet, A., Verron J., Gourdeau L., and Koch-Larrouy A. (2011) Equatorward Pathways of Solomon Sea Water Masses and Their Modifications. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 41(4), 810-826.
  16. Dobrinski 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.
  17. Jouanno 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
  18. Melet A., J. Verron, J.M. Brankart (2012) Potential outcomes of glider data assimilation in the Solomon Sea: Control of the water mass properties and parameter estimation. Journal of Marine Systems, 94, 232-246
  19. Cronin, M. F., T. Tozuka, A. Biastoch, J. V. Durgadoo, and L. M. Beal (2013), Prevalence of strong bottom currents in the greater Agulhas system, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1772–1776.
  20. Durgadoo, J. V., Loveday, B. R., Reason, C. J., Penven, P., & Biastoch, A. (2013) Agulhas leakage predominantly responds to the Southern Hemisphere westerlies. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 43(10), 2113-2131.
  21. Biastoch, A., & Böning, C. W. (2013) Anthropogenic impact on Agulhas leakage. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(6), 1138-1143.
  22. Ruehs, S., Durgadoo, J. V., Behrens, E. and Biastoch, A. (2013) Advective timescales and pathways of Agulhas leakage Geophysical Research Letters, 40 (15), 3997-4000.
  23. Scussolini, P., van Sebille, E. and Durgadoo, J. V. (2013) Paleo Agulhas rings enter the subtropical gyre during the penultimate deglaciation Climate of the Past, 9 (6), 2631-2639.
  24. Melet,A., L. Gourdeau, J. Verron, B. Djath (2013) Solomon Sea circulations and water mass modifications: response at ENSO timescales. Ocean Dynamics, 63 (1), 1-19.
  25. Djath B., A., Melet, J. Verron, J. M. Molines, L. Gourdeau, L. Debreu (2014) A 1/36 degrees model of the Solomon Sea embedded into a global ocean model: on the setting up of an interactive open boundary nested model system. J. Operational Oceanography, 7(1), 34-46.
  26. Djath, B., J. Verron, A. Melet, L. Gourdeau, B. Barnier, and J.-M. Molines (2014) Multiscale dynamical analysis of a high-resolution numerical model simulation of the Solomon Sea circulation, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119, 6286–6304.
  27. Talandier C., J. Deshayes, A.-M. Treguier, X. Capet, R. Benshila, L. Debreu, R. Dussin, J.-M. Molines, G. Madec (2014) Improvements of simulated Western North Atlantic current system and impacts on the AMOC. Ocean Modelling, 76, 1-19.
  28. Caley, T., Peeters, F. J. C., Biastoch, A., Rossignol, L., van Sebille, E., Durgadoo, J. V., Malaizé, B., Giraudeau, J., Arthur, K. and Zahn, R. (2014) Quantitative estimate of the paleo-Agulhas leakage Geophysical Research Letters, 41 (4). pp. 1238-1246. DOI 10.1002/2014GL059278.
  29. Duteil, O., Schwarzkopf, F. U., Böning, C. W. and Oschlies, A. (2014) Major role of the equatorial current system in setting oxygen levels in the eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean: a high-resolution model study Geophysical Research Letters, 41 . pp. 2033-2040.
  30. Gaultier, L., B. Djath, J. Verron, J.-M. Brankart, P. Brasseur, A. Melet (2014) Assessing the feasibility of the inversion of submesoscales in a high-resolution Solomon Sea model. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, 119 (7), 4520–4541.
  31. Fischer, Jürgen, Karstensen, Johannes, Zantopp, Rainer J., Visbeck, Martin, Biastoch, Arne, Behrens, Erik, Böning, Claus W., Quadfasel, D., Jochumsen, K., Valdimarsson, H., Jónsson, S., Bacon, S., Holliday, N. P., Dye, S., Rhein, M. and Mertens, C. (2015) Intra-seasonal variability of the DWBC in the western subpolar North Atlantic Progress in Oceanography, 132 , 233-249.
  32. Urrego-Blanco, J., J. Sheng and F. Dupont (2016) Performance of One-Way and Two-Way Nesting Techniques Using the Shelf Circulation Modelling System for the Eastern Canadian Shelf, Atmosphere-Ocean, 54, 75-92.
  33. Deckerck, A., Y. Ourmières and A. Molcard (2016) Assessment of the coastal dynamics in a nested zoom and feedback on the boundary current: the North-Western Mediterranean Sea case. Ocean dynamics, 66(11), 1529-1542.
  34. Müller, V., D. Kieke, P. G. Myers, C. Pennelly and C. Mertens (2017) Temperature flux carried by individual eddies across 47° N in the Atlantic Ocean. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 122, doi:10.1002/2016JC012175.