A 1/36 degrees model of the Solomon Sea embedded into a global ocean model: on the setting up of an interactive open boundary nested model system

Abstract : The implementation of a regional 1/36 degrees numerical model of a key sub region of the southwestern Pacific Ocean: the Solomon Sea is discussed.This model is two-way embedded into a 1/12 degrees resolution basin-scale model, itself one-way nested in a global 1/12 degrees resolution ocean model.The three main questions discussed in this study concern (i) the bathymetry, (ii) the setting up of adequate forcing functions, especially regarding the wind stress parameterization, and (iii) the strategy used to embed and conned the model configurations together Such a system, exemplified here for the Solomon Sea, represents a prototype of embedded model systems that are considered in operational oceanography.
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Journal of Operational Oceanography, Taylor & Francis, 2014, 7 (1), pp.34-46. 〈10.1080/1755876X.2014.11020151〉
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Natacha Djath, Angélique Melet, Jacques Verron, Jean-Marc Molines, Bernard Barnier, et al.. A 1/36 degrees model of the Solomon Sea embedded into a global ocean model: on the setting up of an interactive open boundary nested model system. Journal of Operational Oceanography, Taylor & Francis, 2014, 7 (1), pp.34-46. 〈10.1080/1755876X.2014.11020151〉. 〈hal-01095929〉

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