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Robert R. Dickson & Jens Meincke: Arctic

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Flux of heat, salt and mass to the Arctic Ocean via Fram Strait. Change may certainly be imposed on the Arctic Ocean from subarctic seas, including a changing poleward ocean heat flux that is central to determining the present state and future fate of the perennial sea-ice. Much of that evidence is assembled here for the first time. However, we are only now beginning to understand the climatic impact of the remarkable events that are currently in train in subarctic waters, and models remain undecided on some of the most basic issues that link change in our northern seas to climate. As records have lengthened, they have shown that important aspects of oceanic exchange through subarctic seas are currently at a long-term extreme state, providing further motivation for their study.

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Robert R. Dickson & Jens Meincke: Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Satellite evidence of change in the Northern Gyre 23. Change may certainly be imposed on the Arctic Ocean from subarctic seas, including a changing poleward ocean heat flux that is central to determining the present state and future fate of the perennial sea-ice. Is the Conveyor Belt Threatened by Arctic Ocean Fresh Water Outflow? Reviewing the achievements of an intense recent observing and modelling effort, this volume intends to assemble the body of evidence that climate models will need if they are one day to make that assessment, quantifying the ocean exchanges through subarctic seas, describing their importance to climate as we currently understand it, explaining their variability, setting out our current ideas on the forcing of these fluxes and our improved capability in modelling the fluxes themselves and the processes at work. Trends in the Climatic Forcing of Northern Seas'. The history of Labrador Sea Water 24. The 'receiving volume' of the northern North Atlantic. North Atlantic Deep Water transformation in the Labrador Sea, recirculation through the subpolar gyre, and discharge to the subtropics 27.

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Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Developing the predictive skills of climate models is seen to be the most direct way of extending the ability of society to mitigate for or adapt to 'global change' and is the main justification for continuing an intense observational effort in these waters. And the signal of Arctic change is expected to have its major climatic impact by reaching south through subarctic seas, either side of Greenland, to modulate the Atlantic thermohaline 'conveyor'. Reviewing the achievements of an intense recent observing and modelling effort, this volume intends to assemble the body of evidence that climate models will need if they are one day to make that assessment, quantifying the ocean exchanges through subarctic seas, describing their importance to climate as we currently understand it, explaining their variability, setting out our current ideas on the forcing of these fluxes and our improved capability in modelling the fluxes themselves and the processes at work. Convective- to gyrescale-dynamics, the first Sea Glider campaigns, 2003-5 25. As records have lengthened, they have shown that important aspects of oceanic exchange through subarctic seas are currently at a long-term extreme state, providing further motivation for their study. Simulating the terms in the Arctic hydrological budget.

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Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Much of that evidence is assembled here for the first time. However, we are only now beginning to understand the climatic impact of the remarkable events that are currently in train in subarctic waters, and models remain undecided on some of the most basic issues that link change in our northern seas to climate. . Flux of heat, salt and mass to the Arctic Ocean via Norway Coast and Barents Sea 3. Convective- to gyrescale-dynamics, the first SeaGlider campaigns, 2003-5 25.

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Koha online catalog › Details for: Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. Freshwater storage in the Northern Ocean: spatial distribution and temporal variation 7. However, we are only now beginning to understand the climatic impact of the remarkable events that are currently in train in subarctic waters, and models remain undecided on some of the most basic issues that link change in our northern seas to climate. Peili Wu, Helmuth Haak 15. Arctic outflows across the Canadian Polar Shelf 9. North Atlantic Deep Water transformation in the Labrador Sea, recirculation through the subpolar gyre, and discharge to the subtropics 27. Satellite evidence of change in the Northern Gyre 23.

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arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Flux of heat, salt and mass to the Arctic Ocean via Fram Strait. Freshwater fluxes east of Greenland 11. Change may certainly be imposed on the Arctic Ocean from subarctic seas, including a changing poleward ocean heat flux that is central to determining the present state and future fate of the perennial sea-ice. However, we are only now beginning to understand the climatic impact of the remarkable events that are currently in train in subarctic waters, and models remain undecided on some of the most basic issues that link change in our northern seas to climate. Material type: Book Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2008. The overflow flux east of Iceland: variability, origins, forcing and fate 18. Trends in the Climatic Forcing of Northern Seas'.

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Reading : Arctic Subarctic Ocean Fluxes Dickson Robert R Meincke Jens Rhines Peter

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Freshwater fluxes east of Greenland 11. The 'receiving volume' of the northern North Atlantic. Arctic outflows across the Canadian Polar Shelf 9. The inflow of Atlantic water, heat, and salt to the Nordic Seas across the Greenland-Scotland Ridge 2. Change may certainly be imposed on the Arctic Ocean from subarctic seas, including a changing poleward ocean heat flux that is central to determining the present state and future fate of the perennial sea-ice. Constraints on calculating the balances of heat, mass and salt for the Arctic Mediterranean 13. The overflow flux west of Iceland: variability, origins and forcing 19.

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Koha online catalog › Details for: Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

In the light of these, what is an appropriate ocean-observing system for climate in subarctic seas? Transformation and fate of the overflows in the subpolar North Atlantic 21. The overflow flux east of Iceland: variability, origins, forcing and fate 18. Developing the predictive skills of climate models is seen to be the most direct way of extending the ability of society to mitigate for or adapt to 'global change' and is the main justification for continuing an intense observational effort in these waters. Peili Wu, Helmuth Haak 15. Arctic—Subarctic Ocean Fluxes: Defining the Role of the Northern Seas in Climate -- The Inflow of Atlantic Water, Heat, and Salt to the Nordic Seas Across the Greenland—Scotland Ridge -- Volume and Heat Transports to the Arctic Ocean Via the Norwegian and Barents Seas -- Variation of Measured Heat Flow Through the Fram Strait Between 1997 and 2006 -- Is Oceanic Heat Transport Significant in the Climate System? Modelling of dense overflows D.

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Koha online catalog › Details for: Arctic

arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Long-term variability of Atlantic water inflow to the Northern Seas: insights from model experiments B. The two-way oceanic exchanges that connect the Arctic and Atlantic oceans through subarctic seas are of fundamental importance to climate. Flux of heat, salt and mass to the Arctic Ocean via Norway Coast and Barents Sea 3. The inflow of Atlantic water, heat, and salt to the Nordic Seas across the Greenland-Scotland Ridge 2. Long-term variability of Atlantic water inflow to the Northern Seas: insights from model experiments B. The history of Labrador Sea Water 24.

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arctic subarctic ocean fluxes dickson robert r meincke jens rhines peter

Constraints on calculating the balances of heat, mass and salt for the Arctic Mediterranean 13. Modelling the sea ice export through Fram Strait 8. Transformation and fate of the overflows in the subpolar North Atlantic 21. Modelling of dense overflows D. The Subarctic seas as a source of Arctic change. As records have lengthened, they have shown that important aspects of oceanic exchange through subarctic seas are currently at a long-term extreme state, providing further motivation for their study.

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