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Ocean, Ice, and Atmosphere

Ocean, Ice, and Atmosphere

Interactions at the Antarctic Continental Margin (Antarctic Research Series)

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Published by American Geophysical Union .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Earth Sciences - Meteorology & Climatology,
  • Antarctica

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStanley S. Jacobs (Editor), Ray F. Weiss (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8090474M
    ISBN 100875909108
    ISBN 109780875909103

    5 The Arctic Ocean Arctic Ocean is the world’s smallest and shallowest ocean of all 5 oceans. Further to this, it is the coldest and least salty ocean. In size, the Arctic Ocean is about the size of Russia. Because it’s located at the North Pole, the Arctic Ocean has polar ice. But over the years, glaciers have melted threatening sea levels. Decreasing sea ice and snow cover are reducing the surface albedo and changing the Arctic surface energy balance. How these surface albedo changes influence the planetary albedo is a more complex question, though, that depends critically on the modulating effects of the intervening atmosphere. To answer this question, we partition the observed top of atmosphere Cited by: 2.

      Climate change is profoundly transforming the way the Arctic looks. The region is warming more than twice as rapidly as the rest of Earth. Polar sea ice continues to shrink to record lows, and. Computational Design and Performance of the Fast Ocean Atmosphere Model, Version One Arctic and Antarctic sea ice, etc. At the end of the book, there are few questions and exercises for.

    Table 1: Outline of experimental setup for the coupled, atmosphere and ocean forecasts. Model sub-components are denoted A – atmosphere, O – ocean and I – sea ice Coupled Atmosphere control Ocean control Components and resolution A – MetUM NL85 O – ORCA ° L50 I – CICE ° A – MetUM NL85 O – ORCA ° L50 I File Size: 1MB. This process is known as thermohaline circulation. In cold regions, such as the North Atlantic Ocean, ocean water loses heat to the atmosphere and becomes cold and dense. When ocean water freezes, forming sea ice, salt is left behind causing surrounding seawater to become saltier and denser. Dense-cold-salty water sinks to the ocean bottom.


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