2 edition of Theoretical developments in ocean circulation theory found in the catalog.
Theoretical developments in ocean circulation theory
by Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche Istituto biologia del mare, Istituto studio dinamica delle grandi masse, Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti in Venice
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-89).
|Series||Environmental dynamics series ;, 1|
|LC Classifications||GC228.5 .P43 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||92168992|
Mounting evidence that human activities are substantially modifying the Earth's climate brings a new imperative to the study of the ocean's large-scale circulation. This textbook provides a concise but comprehensive introduction to the theory of large-scale ocean circulation, as it . analytical or numerical model. A certain theoretical model predicts a steady-state circulation, the temporal development of a flow, or perhaps an instability. Ap-paratus is designed to match the conditions of the the-ory in so far as possible, and, as often as not, the theory is modified to conform to the limitations of the exper-iment.
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6. Ocean Circulation ( Weeks) Wind-Driven Ocean Circulation Western Boundary Currents Antarctic Circumpolar Current The Meridional Overturning Circulation Theories of the Thermocline The pressure distribution of the ocean 7. Forcing (1 Week) Air-sea exchanges of sensible & latent heat, momentum, energy Radiation forcing (shortwave=solar and. Ocean circulation, and the geophysical fluid dynamical principles that underpin it, are subjects taught at graduate level in many Earth science, oceanography, and atmospheric sciences departments. Ocean circulation is driven and regulated by interaction with the atmosphere (wind), by tidal dissipation, and by regional differences in the.
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Theoretical developments in ocean circulation theory. Venice: Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche Istituto biologia del mare: Istituto studio dinamica delle grandi masse: Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Pedlosky.
About this book. About this book. The waters of the earth are gathered Theoretical developments in ocean circulation theory book shallow, irregular, interconnecting basins. Heated by the sun and driven by the wind, the oceans circulate endlessly.
The general circulation of the ocean is the persistent pattern of this flow on the scale of the basins. It is the heart and soul of physical oceanography, and the explanation and prediction of the flow from the Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
An overview of the advances made in the last decade and a half in this field. Based on an advanced graduate level course, the book represents fundamental insights into the structure of the physical theory of the large-scale dynamics of the by: Ocean Circulation Theory.
Joseph Pedlosky (auth.) The waters of the earth are gathered in shallow, irregular, interconnecting basins. Heated by the sun and driven by the wind, the oceans circulate endlessly.
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Heated by the sun and driven by the wind, the oceans circulate endlessly. The general circulation of the ocean is the persistent pattern of this flow on the scale of the basins.
It is the heart and soul of physical oceanography, and the explanation and prediction of the flow from the principles of fluid dynamics is the chief goal. Meanwhile, other authors are beginning to develop theoretical models that include a representation of the biogeochemical processes that interact with the ocean's overturning circulation to determine the impact of AMOC variability on climate (e.g., Goodwin, ).
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