Bibliography update on the California current system and related mesoscale ocean modeling

by Mary L. Batteen

Publisher: Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif

Written in English
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  • Oceanography,
  • Ocean circulation,
  • Bibliography

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This bibliography has been prepared for use in the Ocean Prediction Through Observation, Modeling and Analysis (OPTOMA) program. It updates the 1980 publication: Bibliography for the Coastal Circulation of the Eastern North Pacific. In addition, mesoscale ocean modeling references related to the California Current System have been included. Originator-supplied keywords include: California Current, Ocean modeling, Mesoscale eddies, and Physical oceanography.

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An ocean current is a continuous, directed movement of seawater generated by forces acting upon this mean flow, such as breaking waves, wind, the Coriolis effect, cabbeling, and temperature and salinity es like depth contours, shoreline configurations, and interactions with other currents also influence an ocean current’s direction and strength. Ocean Modelling citation style guide with bibliography and in-text referencing examples: Journal articles Books Book chapters Reports Web pages. PLUS: Download . International Indian Ocean Expedition Oceanographic Monographs, Number 2, An East-west Center Book, The University Press of Hawaü, Honolulu, pp. Colton, M. T. and R. R. P. Chase (). Interaction of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current with bottom topography: an . Large Marine Ecosystems Bibliography. Large marine ecosystems (LMEs) are areas of coastal oceans delineated on the basis of ecological characteristics – bathymetry, hydrography, productivity, and trophically-linked populations (Sherman & Alexander ). They cover large areas on the order of , km2 and greater.

NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research has funded multiple Ocean Explorer expeditions since The Office of Ocean Exploration and Research also maintains an interactive Digital Atlas of all of the cruises sponsored by the Ocean Explorer program. The data gathered on these expeditions has resulted in the publication of over peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, and notes. This study focuses on the improved estimation of mesoscale surface ocean circulation obtained by merging TOPEX/Poseidon (T/P) and ERS‐1 and ‐2 altimeter measurements between OCited by: EP34B Ecosystem response of the California Current System: from mesoscale to submesoscale (California Current Ecosystem LTER) Oregon Convention Center – Poster Hall. EP34C Plankton diversity response at mesoscale in the California Current System (California Current Ecosystem LTER). The model domain is centered on the CBLAST-Low observation area, and extends west–east from Narragansett Bay to the saddle of the Great South Channel, and north–south from Cape Cod to just beyond the m isobath at 40°30′N ().The southern open boundary is well within the typical summertime location of the shelf/slope front (Linder and Gawarkiewicz ; Lentz et al. ) so that open Cited by:

JISAO (Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean) Description: Resource managers at the state, federal, and tribal levels make decisions on a weekly to quarterly basis, and fishers operate on a similar by: 5. Heckrotte, Warren, ed. California Forty-Nine Maps of California from the Sixteenth Century to the Present. California Map Society, Occasional Paper No. 6. San Francisco: California Map Society, History of Mendocino County, California, Comprising Its Geography, Geology, Topography, Climatography, Springs and Timber. Ocean models are numerical models with a focus on the properties of oceans and their circulation. Ocean models play a large role in aiding our understanding of the ocean's influence on weather and climate. The following ocean model datasets are available through NOAA's Ocean National Operational Model Archive and Distribution System (NOMADS). The oceanography of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS), including Monterey Bay and the coastal area between the Gulf of the Farallones and Point Piedras Blancas, is closely tied to processes of the California Current. The California Current (Wooster and Reid , Hickey , Chelton , Lynn and Simpson ) is an eastern.

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It updates the publication: Bibliography for the Coastal Circulation of the Eastern North Pacific. In addition, mesoscale ocean modeling references related to the California Current System have been included. Originator-supplied keywords include: California Current, Ocean modeling, Mesoscale eddies, and Physical oceanography.

Bibliography update on the California current system and related mesoscale ocean modeling / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. This bibliography updates the following publication: Mooers, C.N.K., R.G.

Williams, K.C. Vierra and G.R. Halliwell, Jr., Bibliogrphy for the Coastal Circulation of the Eastern North Pacific. College of Marine Studies, University of Delaware, 77 bibliography has been prepared for use in the Ocean Prediction Through Observation, Modeling and Analysis (OPTOMA) : Mary L.

Batteen. Bibliography update on the California current system and related mesoscale ocean modeling / By Mary L. Batteen.

Topics: Bibliography, North Pacific Ocean, Ocean circulation, Oceanography Author: Mary L. Batteen. Satellite and in situ observations are used to test model dynamics for the California Current System (CCS). The model and data are combined to reconstruct the mesoscale ocean structure during a.

/This bibliography has been prepared for use in the Ocean Prediction Through Observation, Modeling and Analysis (OPTOMA) program. It updates the publication"'Bibliography for the Coastal Circulation of the Eastern North Pacific." In addition, mesoscale ocean modeling references related to the California Current System have been included.

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) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). Modeling of mesoscale coupled ocean–atmosphere interaction and its feedback to ocean in the western Arabian Sea Hyodae Seoa,*, Raghu Murtuguddeb, Markus Jochumc, Arthur J.

Millerd a Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of California Los Angles, Hilgard Avenue, Math Sciences Building, Los Angeles, CAUSA bDepartment of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science.

Ocean Modelling is the successor of the SCOR WG 49 newsletter. Inthe journal was relaunched as peer-reviewed journal, focussing on fast electronic publication of articles, supported by non (paper) publishable, electronic items.

Recent Publications. Publications ; Barbeau KA, Chekalyuk AM, Goericke R, et al. Mesoscale ocean fronts enhance carbon export due to gravitational sinking and subduction. Kaufman, W. Large, and K. Hedstrom, Regional Climate Modeling In The California Current System.

California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries. The model is configured with a U.S. West Coast domain that spans the California Current System (CCS) with a mesoscale horizontal resolution up to as fine as km.

An example result from a near-real-time, four-dimensional variational system operating over the California Current System, assimilating data such as sea surface height (SSH), sea surface temperature (SST), tide gauge sea level, and in situ hydrography from a. The California Current System is one of the best studied ocean regions of the world, and the level of oceanographic information available is perhaps only surpassed by the northeast and northwest Atlantic.

The current literature (later than ) offers no comprehensive, integrated review of the regional fisheries oceanography of the California Current volume summarizes. [1] We report on a numerical simulation of the California Current circulation using the Regional Ocean Modeling System model, focusing on the region of northern and central California during the 5‐year period from to Unlike previous model studies of the California Current System, the present configuration is characterized by both realistic external forcing and a spatial Cited by: You are here.

Home» Publications. Bibliography. The California Current System is one of the best studied ocean regions of the world, and the level of oceanographic information available is perhaps only surpassed by the northeast and northwest Atlantic.

The current literature (later than ) offers no comprehensive, integrated review of the. Powell, J. R., Ocean fronts in the Southern California Current System and their role in structuring zooplankton distributions, diel vertical migration, and size composition, Ph.D.

thesis, University of California, San Diego, CCE LTER Contribution # ocean climate of explicitly resolved mesoscale eddies, and other fine-scale currents such as occur near boundaries, is the grand challenge of ocean climate modeling in the early twenty-first century.

As grid resolution is refined so that mesoscale eddy features are admitted, the resulting eddy permitting. Rose, K. A., and Coauthors, End-To-End Modeling Of Sardine And Anchovy In The California Current System.

California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports, Rudnick, D. L., Ocean Research Enabled by Underwater Gliders. Modelling and Understanding the Ocean Mesoscale and Submesoscale. Edited by Show all article previews Show all article previews.

Receive an update when the latest issues in this journal are published. Sign in to set up alerts. select article Variability and mesoscale activity of the Southern Ocean fronts: Identification of a circumpolar.

The current literature (later than ) offers no comprehensive, integrated review of the regional fisheries oceanography of the California Current System. This volume summarizes information of more than year California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigation (CalCOFI).

A synopsis of mesoscale eddies in the Gulf of Mexico (A.W. Indest et al). Mesoscale eddies and submesoscale, coherent vortices: their existence near and interactions with the Gulf Stream (J.M.

Bane et al.). A summary of the Optomo program's mesoscale ocean prediction studies in the California current system (M.M. Rienecker, C.N.K.

Mooers).Book Edition: 1. Pages (June ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. select article Insights on multivariate updates of physical and biogeochemical ocean variables using an Ensemble Kalman Filter and an idealized model of upwelling.

select article Simulation of mesoscale circulation in the Tatar Strait of the Japan Sea. Allen, J. S., P. Newberger, and J. Federiuk, Upwelling circulation on the Oregon continental shelf. Part I: Response to Idealized Forcing, J.

Phys. We present a historical perspective on ocean mesoscale variability and turbulence, from the physical basis and the first numerical models to recent simulations and forecasts. In the mesoscale range (typically, spatial scales of km and time scales of a month), nonlinearity, and energy cascades were well understood in the s, but the.

A central California coastal ocean modeling study: 1. Forward model and the influence of realistic versus climatological forcing M.

Veneziani,1 C. Edwards,1 J. Doyle,2 and D. Foley3 Received 14 February ; revised 3 September ; accepted 22 January ; published 25 April X-2 VENEZIANI ET AL.: CCS SENSITIVITY TO EXTERNAL FORCING 7 Abstract.

8 We report on a numerical simulation of the California Current circulation 9 using the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) model, focusing on the 10 region of the northern and central California during the 5-year period from 11 to Unlike previous model studies of the California Current Sys.

Di Lorenzo, E., A.J. Miller, D.J. Neilson, B.D. Cornuelle, J.R. Moisan () Modeling observed California Current mesoscale eddies and the ecosystem response. International Journal of Remote Sensing, in press.

Di Lorenzo, E. () Seasonal Dynamics of the surface circulation in the Southern California Current System. Deep Sea Research II, in. In the tropical oceans, mesoscale ocean eddies, such as Loop Current Eddies in the Gulf of Mexico, have been argued to affect hurricane genesis and development.

The tropical oceans also have mesoscale sea surface temperature variability related to tropical instability waves in the ocean, which can influence the overlying atmosphere. Roh, H., H. Joe, and S.-C. Yu, Modeling Trajectory Characteristic of Moor-less Buoy System under Ocean Current, in Ieee/Oes Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (Auv), IEEE OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, pp.

IEEE Ocean Engn Soc; IEEE Ocean Engn Soc, Japan Chapter; Minist Educ Culture Sports Sci & Technol; Soc Underwater Technol. What is the Float Bibliography? This is a bibliography of papers published on profiling floats. A complete list of all float type publications through is also maintained on this site.sub-mesoscale ocean vortex train (Chapter 2), spirals on the sea (Chapter 3), ocean near-inertial oscillations (Chapter 4), estuary outflow jet (Chapter 5) and ocean internal waves (Chapters ).

Chapters are devoted to SAR detection of ocean bottom topography. Finally, Chapter 11 contains interesting resultsFile Size: KB.Introduction to the Modelling of Marine Ecosystems, Second Edition provides foundational information on the construction of chemical and biological models – from simple cases to more complex biogeochemical models and life cycle resolving model components.

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