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neXtSIM: a new Lagrangian sea ice model

neXtSIM: a new Lagrangian sea ice model

... scale sea ice drift and deformation patterns ...the ice pack which, as a result, looks more like an assembly of plates (> O(1 km)) and floes (< O(100 m)) than an intact solid ...of new ... See full document

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The Finite Element Sea Ice-Ocean Model (FESOM) v.1.4: formulation of an ocean general circulation model

The Finite Element Sea Ice-Ocean Model (FESOM) v.1.4: formulation of an ocean general circulation model

... climate model (Griffies et ...a new GFDL Earth System Model to “allow more vigor- ous tropical instability wave activity at the expense of adding zonal grid noise, particularly in the tropics” (Dunne ... See full document

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A method for sea ice thickness and concentration analysis based on SAR data and a thermodynamic model

A method for sea ice thickness and concentration analysis based on SAR data and a thermodynamic model

... Each model run starts 1 December and lasts until 31 ...thin ice layer (0.01 m) at each grid cell. The ice thickness is calculated as a mean over the ice-covered area in the grid ...favor ... See full document

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Sea ice biogeochemistry: a guide for modellers.

Sea ice biogeochemistry: a guide for modellers.

... Sea ice is a fundamental component of the climate system and plays a key role in polar trophic food ...Nonetheless sea ice biogeochemical dynamics at large temporal and spatial scales are ... See full document

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Quantification of ice production in Laptev Sea polynyas and its sensitivity to thin-ice parameterizations in a regional climate model

Quantification of ice production in Laptev Sea polynyas and its sensitivity to thin-ice parameterizations in a regional climate model

... of sea-ice growth strongly depends on the energy fluxes at the ice or ocean ...existing sea-ice cover. In the former case frazil ice forms, which aggregates subsequently to a ... See full document

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Capabilities and performance of Elmer/Ice, a new-generation ice sheet model

Capabilities and performance of Elmer/Ice, a new-generation ice sheet model

... that ice sheet flow models, in their current state, were un- able to provide accurate forecast for the increase of polar ice sheet discharge and the associated contribution to sea level ...a ... See full document

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Sea ice inertial oscillations in the Arctic Basin

Sea ice inertial oscillations in the Arctic Basin

... from Lagrangian (buoys) trajecto- ries ...cohesive ice cover, such as in winter within the central Arctic, but are well developed in summer at the periphery of the basin, ...Arctic sea ice ... See full document

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Polynyas in a dynamic-thermodynamic sea-ice model

Polynyas in a dynamic-thermodynamic sea-ice model

... granular model to the more com- mon viscous-plastic model of Hibler (1979) and the lesser known modified Coulombic yield curve by Hibler and Schul- son (2000) in a setting similar to that used by Bjornsson ... See full document

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Greenland Ice Sheet contribution to sea-level rise from a new-generation ice-sheet model

Greenland Ice Sheet contribution to sea-level rise from a new-generation ice-sheet model

... marginal extent between the three perturbation experiments detailed below lead to only small differences in the total SMB after one century (Fig. 8c). These differences are one order of magnitude lower than those between ... See full document

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The land-ice contribution to 21st-century dynamic sea level rise

The land-ice contribution to 21st-century dynamic sea level rise

... with new plausible scenarios of land-based ice melt. We assess two ice melt scenarios developed under the aus- pices of the European Union ice2sea project which include updated projections of the ... See full document

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The southern hemisphere at glacial terminations: insights from the Dome C ice core

The southern hemisphere at glacial terminations: insights from the Dome C ice core

... 2005). Sea salt aerosol produced at the distant margin of the sea ice cover will need to be transported over such long distances before reaching Dome ...atmospheric sea salt aerosol ... See full document

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Sea ice detection with space-based LIDAR

Sea ice detection with space-based LIDAR

... CALIPSO sea ice product provides fine-scale information on mixed phase scenes and can be used to assess/validate the estimates of sea-ice concentration currently provided by passive ... See full document

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Constraining projections of summer Arctic sea ice

Constraining projections of summer Arctic sea ice

... archive sea ice fields up to 2100 (a final sample of ∼ 35 models is expected when all simulations are uploaded onto the ...monthly sea ice fields on the model native grid: the ... See full document

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Insolation and gacial meltwater influence on sea‐ice and circulation variability in the Northeastern Labrador Sea during the last glacial period

Insolation and gacial meltwater influence on sea‐ice and circulation variability in the Northeastern Labrador Sea during the last glacial period

... summer seaice, as known from the Nordic Seas (Johannessen et ...and seaice from the Arctic Ocean and Nordic ...seasonally seaice free allowing for plankton ...‐perennial ... See full document

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On the influence of model physics on simulations of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice

On the influence of model physics on simulations of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice

... ocean-sea ice model to the representation of physics in its sea ice com- ponent: two hindcast simulations have been studied over the period 1983–2007, for both Arctic and Antarctic ... See full document

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Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) resource selection in the Northern Bering Sea.

Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) resource selection in the Northern Bering Sea.

... lower ice concentrations within the mostly high concentrations available to them in the choice sets (quartiles: 76%, 93%, and ...sufficient ice concentration and thickness to rest upon, and simultaneously, ... See full document

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Impact of Albufeira bay outfall plumes in bathing water quality, a modelling approach

Impact of Albufeira bay outfall plumes in bathing water quality, a modelling approach

... (1D) model, two-dimensional (2D) depth- integrated model, 2D lateral-integrated model, 2D layered model and 3D model (Prinos, ...conditions, model parameters, and the numerical ... See full document

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The CSIRO Mk3L climate system model version 1.0 – Part 1: Description and evaluation

The CSIRO Mk3L climate system model version 1.0 – Part 1: Description and evaluation

... ocean model differs from that used by the atmosphere ...mosphere model grid, is not represented in the ocean ...the Sea of Japan are therefore removed, while the Canadian archipelago becomes a land ... See full document

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Sea ice draft in the Weddell Sea, measured by upward looking sonars

Sea ice draft in the Weddell Sea, measured by upward looking sonars

... calm. As the echo level is highly variable and not every sin- gle peak above the threshold represents open water, the echo signal was filtered as a 10-points running mean. This guaran- tees that the threshold is passed ... See full document

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Sea ice dynamics influence halogen deposition to Svalbard

Sea ice dynamics influence halogen deposition to Svalbard

... Lomonosovfonna ice core from Svalbard (Isaksson et ...and sea ice for the Law Dome site, the Lomonosovfonna MSA record showed a neg- ative correlation between sea ice extent and MSA ... See full document

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