Research Summaries

Back Understanding the Effects of Tides and Eddies on the Ocean Dynamics, Sea Ice Cover and Decadal/Centennial Climate Prediction Using the Regional Arctic Climate Model (RACM)

Fiscal Year 2015
Division Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science
Department Oceanography
Investigator(s) Maslowski, Wieslaw
Sponsor Department of Energy (Other-Fed)
Summary This is a collaborative project to develop an eddy resolving ocean model (POP) with tides coupled to a sea ice model (CICE) within the Regional Arctic Climate Model (RACM) to investigate the importance of ocean tides and mesoscale eddies in arctic climate simulations and quantify biases associated with these processes and how their relative contribution may improve decadal to centennial arctic climate predictions.
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