5 edition of High resolution numerical modelling of the atmosphere and ocean found in the catalog.
High resolution numerical modelling of the atmosphere and ocean
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Kevin Hamilton, Wataru Ohfuchi, editors.|
|Contributions||Hamilton, Kevin, 1956-, Ohfuchi, Wataru, 1963-|
|LC Classifications||QC880.4.A8 H54 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
|ISBN 10||9780387366715, 9780387497914|
|LC Control Number||2007930354|
High-resolution Ocean Modeling The ocean mesoscales are largely dominated by baroclinic eddies, fronts, and boundary currents and they have length scales between roughly 10kmkm. Mesoscale flows are the primary cause for the ocean transport of heat, carbon, nutrients, momentum, vorticity, and other properties. Now, in step, Syukuro Manabe and EOAS faculty member Anthony Broccoli, longtime associates, have co-authored a book published by Princeton University Press titled “Beyond Global Warming: How Numerical Models Revealed the Secrets of Climate Change. ” The book chronicles the history of climate modeling and how it can forecast climate change .
In High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean By Kelvin J. Richards, Hideharu Sasaki and Frank O. BryanKelvin J. Richards, 英治 佐々木 and Frank O. Bryan Topics: Zonal Jets, Wave, OGCM. Parametrization (atmospheric modeling) Parameterization in a weather or climate model in the context of numerical weather prediction is a method of replacing processes that are too small-scale or complex to be physically represented in the model by a simplified process.
An atmospheric model is a mathematical model constructed around the full set of primitive dynamical equations which govern atmospheric motions. It can supplement these equations with parameterizations for turbulent diffusion, radiation, moist processes (clouds and precipitation), heat exchange, soil, vegetation. This particular equation is used to solve for vertical motions in the atmosphere. The history of using mathematical models to forecast weather and water can be traced back to the early 20th century but only became useful with the advent of computers. Once computers were available however, numerical weather prediction evolved quickly.
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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.
Results from regional atmospheric, global atmospheric, global ocean, and global coupled ocean-atmosphere models Format: Hardcover. High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean.
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High Resolution Numerical Modelling of the Atmosphere and Ocean Kevin Hamilton, Wataru Ohfuchi Many key issues in dynamical meteorology and physical oceanography depend on interactions among diverse spatial scales. Get this from a library. High resolution numerical modelling of the atmosphere and ocean.
[Kevin Hamilton; Wataru Ohfuchi;] -- "This book 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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Hamilton and W. Ohfuchi. The numerical model that we adopt for the Kuroshio forecast system is a three- dimensional primitive-equation ocean general circulation model based on the POM with a. 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 Cited by: 6.
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Remove maintenance message. 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. Sasaki H., Nonaka M., Masumoto Y., Sasai Y., Uehara H., Sakuma H. () An Eddy-Resolving Hindcast Simulation of the Quasiglobal Ocean from to on the Earth Simulator.
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Numerical Resolution and Modeling of the Global Atmospheric Circulation: A Review of Our Current Understanding and. The growth and evolution of ocean modeling is paced, to a certain degree, by the growth in computing power over time. The computational cost of a model is determined by its resolution, that is, the range of scales represented; the size of the domain (basin or global.
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.
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. 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 Cited by: 3. terizations with changing model spatial resolution.
Section considers the depen-dence of the simulated circulation on resolution for the stratosphere and mesosphere.
Section reviews the literature on the effect of model resolution on coupled atmosphere–ocean global simulations and on modeled climate sensitivity to large-Cited by: 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.
In the ocean, there are simple box models that are somewhat analogous to the axially symmetric models of the meridional circulation of the atmosphere.
These box models are traced back at least to Stommel, who used one to show the multiple equilibria of the thermohaline circulation in the Atlantic Ocean. Other two-dimensional models also exist.
GFDL Models. Scientists at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory develop and use dynamical, numerical models and computer simulations to improve our understanding and make projections of the behavior of the atmosphere, the oceans, and climate, using supercomputer and data storage resources.
These models have become key tools to understand the physical .Atmospheric Numerical Models: Models of the atmosphere built from fundamental conservation laws governing the physical behavior of the atmosphere, and use numerical methods to obtain the (approximated) solution to validation of high-resolution models • Global mesoscale or cloud models.
13 Further Readings Numerical Modelling Text:File Size: 1MB. 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.