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A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans

A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans

seasonal distributions of ocean chlorophyll and nutrients

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center, Available from NASA Center for Aerospace Information in Greenbelt, Md, Hanover, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biogeochemistry.,
  • Chlorophylls.,
  • Oceans.,
  • Annual variations.,
  • Irradiance.,
  • Atmospheric general circulation models.,
  • Nutrition.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWaston [sic] W. Gregg.
    Series[NASA technical memorandum] -- NASA/TM-2002-209965., NASA technical memorandum -- 209965.
    ContributionsGoddard Space Flight Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16024644M

    3. Model Description a. Ocean general circulation model The Max-Planck-Institute ocean model (MPI-OM) is a z-coordinate global general cir-culation model based on primitive equations for a hydrostatic Boussinesq-¤uid for-mulated with a free surface. Advection is computed with a second order total varia-tion diminishing (TVD) scheme (Sweby ). The JGOFS program and NASA ocean-color satellites have provided a wealth of data that can be used to test and validate models of ocean biogeochemistry Cited by:

    coupled climate model. The control experiment uses a fixed attenuation depth for shortwave radiation, while the attenuation depth in the experiment with biology is derived from phytoplankton concentrations simulated with a marine biogeochemical model coupled online to the ocean model. Ocean general circulation models (OGCMs) are a particular kind of general circulation model to describe physical and thermodynamical processes in oceans. The oceanic general circulation is defined as the horizontal space scale and time scale larger than mesoscale (of order km and 6 .

    A coupled physical‐biogeochemical climate model that includes a dynamic global vegetation model and a representation of a coupled atmosphere‐ocean general circulation model is driven by the nonintervention emission scenarios recently developed by the .   At the same time, the ocean biogeochemistry model determines ocean biogeochemical fields including Chl concentration, which is used to calculate H p, acting to directly have effect on the absorption of radiation as described in equation 2. So, an interactively coupled system between the atmosphere, ocean physics, and biogeochemistry is in place.


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A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans Download PDF EPUB FB2

A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

Biogeochemical processes in the model are determined from the influences of circulation and turbulence dynamics, irradianceCited by: 7. A coupled three-dimensional general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans was validated using these in situ data sources and satellite data sets.

A coupled general ocean circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

The model is driven by climatological meteorological conditions, cloud cover, and sea surface temperature. A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

Biogeochemical processes in the model were determined from the influences of. A coupled three-dimensional general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans was validated using these in situ data sources and satellite data sets.

Biogeochemical processes in the model were determined from the influences of circulation and turbulence dynamics. NOBM is a fully coupled general circulation/biogeochemical/radiative model of the global oceans. The Ocean General Circulation Model (OGCM) is a reduced gravity.

The Ocean General Circulation Model (OGCM) is a reduced gravity representation of circulation fields (Schopf and Loughe, ). It is global in scale, extending from near the South Pole to 72° N, in increments of 2/3° latitude and 1 1/4° longitude, comprising all regions where bottom depth >.

A coupled three-dimensional general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model biogeochemical the global oceans was validated using these in situ data sources and satellite data sets. Biogeochemical.

The influence of phytoplankton on the seasonal cycle and the mean global climate is investigated in a fully coupled climate model. The control experiment uses a fixed attenuation depth for shortwave radiation, while the attenuation depth in the experiment with biology is derived from phytoplankton concentrations simulated with a marine biogeochemical model coupled online to the ocean model.

Coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Gregg, Watson W. Coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet.

Gregg, W.W., a. A coupled ocean-atmosphere radiative model for global ocean biogeochemical models. NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Series, M. Suarez, ed. NASA Technical MemorandumVol. 22, 33 pp. Gregg, W.W., b. Tracking the SeaWiFS record with a coupled physical/ biogeochemical/radiative model of the global oceans.

Briefly, the model is a coupled general circulation/biogeochemical/radiative three-dimensional model of the global oceans. It spans the domain from −84° to 72° latitude in increments of ° longitude by 2/3° latitude. A full description can be found in GreggGregg a.

A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans. Biogeochemical processes in the model are determined from the influences of circulation and turbulence dynamics, irradiance availability.

and the interactions among three functional phytoplankton groups (diatoms. chlorophytes, and picoplankton) and three nutrients (nitrate, ammonium. Coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans (OCoLC) Online version: Gregg, Watson W.

Coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource. A schematic of a fully coupled general circulation/ biogeochemical/radiative model illustrates the complex interactions among the three major components (Gregg et al., ; Gregg and Casey ).

The Ocean General Circulation Model (OGCM) is a reduced gravity representation of circulation fields, extending from near the South Pole to 72o N, in. A coupled general ocean circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

The model is driven by climatological meteorological conditions, cloud. A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

Biogeochemical processes in the model were determined from the influences of circulation and turbulence dynamics, irradiance availability, and the interactions among three functional phytoplankton groups (diatoms, chlorophytes, and picoplankton) and three nutrients (nitrate, ammonium.

Effects of Ocean Biology on the Penetrative Radiation in a Coupled Climate Model Patrick Wetzel, Ernst Maier-Reimer, Michael Botzet and Johann Jungclaus rine biogeochemical model coupled online to the ocean model. Some of the changes in the upper ocean are sim- z-coordinate global general circulation model based on.

The JGOFS program and NASA ocean-color satellites have provided a wealth of data that can be used to test and validate models of ocean biogeochemistry. A coupled three-dimensional general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans was validated using these in situ data sources and satellite data sets.

A coupled ocean general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model was constructed to evaluate and understand the nature of seasonal variability of chlorophyll and nutrients in the global oceans.

Biogeochemical processes in the model were determined from the influences of circulation and turbulence dynamics, irradiance availability, and.

CHAPTER 11 THE GLOBAL CLIMATE SIMULATED BY A COUPLED ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL: PRELIMINARY RESULTS W. LAWRENCE GATES, YOUNG-JUNE HAN and MICHAEL E. SCHLESINGER ABSTRACT The results of a synchronously coupled ocean-atmosphere GCM are presented in comparison with observation.general circulation, radiative transfer processes, and biogeochemical processes.

The ocean general circulation is modeled by the Poseidon model [Schopf and Loughe, ].A global dynamical model of the upper ocean and sea ice is coupled to the OSU atmospheric general circulation model.

Preliminary results are described from a month simulation with seasonally-varying insolation, and compared with both observations and the results from two earlier experiments with simpler upper-ocean models.