NEMO Publications Database
23 results
2000
[23]Assessment of the Marine Biota DMS-cloud climate hypothesis using remotely sensed data and an ocean general circulation model (, , , , , ), Chapter in Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Sea Ice (C. R. Bostater, R. Santoleri, eds.), volume 4172, . [bibtex]
[22]Ocean Feedback in Response to 6 kyr BP Insolation (, , , ), In Journal of Climate, volume 13, . [bibtex] [doi]
[21]An Improved Scheme for Interpolating between an Atmospheric Model and Underlying Surface Grids near Orography and Ocean Boundaries (, , ), In Mon. Wea. Rev., volume 128, . [bibtex] [doi]
[20]The seasonal cycle in coupled ocean-atmosphere general circulation models (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ), In Climate Dynamics, volume 16, . [bibtex] [doi]
[19]Aliasing inertial oscillations in a 1/6° Atlantic circulation model: impact on the mean meridional heat transport (, , ), In Ocean Modelling, volume 3, . [bibtex] [doi]
[18]Oxygen 18-salinity relationship simulated by an oceanic general circulation model (, , ), In Earth Plan. Sc. Lett., volume 178, . [bibtex] [doi]
[17]Ocean modelling and the role of the ocean in the climate system. Les Houches summer school, 1-68 (, ), In In Modeling the Earth's Climate and its Variability, Elsevier Science, . [bibtex]
[16]Vertically Propagating Annual and Interannual Variability in an OGCM Simulation of the Tropical Pacific Ocean in 1985-94 (, ), In J. Phys. Oceanogr., volume 30, . [bibtex] [doi]
[15]Modelling of the bottom water flow through the Romanche Fracture Zone with a primitive equation model–Part I: Dynamics (, , ), In J. Mar. Res., volume 58, . [bibtex] [doi]
[14]OPA8.1 Tracer reference manual (, , , ), In Note du Pole de Modelisation, volume Institut Pierre-Simon Laplace, . [bibtex]
[13]A multivariate intercomparison between three oceanic GCMs using observed current and thermocline depth anomalies in the tropical Pacific during 1985-1992 (, , , , , , , , ), In J. Mar. Systems, volume 24, . [bibtex] [doi]
[12]Comparing the results of a 4D-variational assimilation of satellite and in situ data with WOCE CITHER hydrographic measurements in the tropical Atlantic (, ), In Prog. Oceanogr., volume 47, . [bibtex] [doi]
[11]Interannual variability of the oceanic sink of CO 2from 1979 through 1997 (, , , , ), In Global Biogeochem. Cycles, volume 14, . [bibtex] [doi]
[10]Interannual Variability of the Oceanic Sink of CO2 From 1979 Through 1997 (, , , , ), In Global Biogeochemical Cycles, volume 14, . [bibtex]
[9]Combined effects of mesoscale processes and atmospheric high-frequency variability on the spring bloom in the MEDOC area (, , ), In Deep Sea Res. I, volume 47, . [bibtex] [doi]
[8]CoPIVEP: a theory-based analysis of coupled processes and interannual variability in the Equatorial Pacific in four coupled GCMs (, , , , , ), In Clim. Dyn., volume 16, . [bibtex] [doi]
[7]Prediction of sea surface anomalies using ocean circulation model forced by scatterometer wind and validation using TOPEX/Poseidon data (, , , , ), In IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sensing, volume 38, . [bibtex]
[6]Impact of the ocean lateral diffusion on the ENSO-like variability of a global coupled GCM (, , , ), In Geophys. Res. Lett., volume 27, . [bibtex] [doi]
[5]Salt conservation, free surface and varying levels: A new formulation for ocean general circulation models (, ), In J. Geophys. Res., volume 105, . [bibtex] [doi]
[4]Sea-air CO2 fluxes and carbon transport: A comparison of three ocean general circulation models (, , , , , ), In Global Biogeochemical Cycles, volume 14, . [bibtex] [doi]
[3]Sea-air CO2 fluxes and carbon transport: A comparison of three ocean general circulation models (, , , , , ), In Global Biogeochem. Cycles, volume 14, . [bibtex] [doi]
[2]Spatial distribution of oceanic CO$_2$ sources and sinks: A comparison of three ocean general circulation models (, , , , , ), In Global Biogeochem. Cycles, volume 14, . [bibtex]
[1]Southern Ocean transformation in a coupled model with and without eddy mass fluxes (, , ), In Tellus A, volume 52, . [bibtex] [doi]
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