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View Resource Four Layer Baroclinic Ocean Gyre In Spherical Coordinates

This document describes an example experiment using MITgcm to simulate a baroclinic ocean gyre in spherical polar coordinates. The barotropic example experiment in section 3.8 illustrated how to...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node101.html
View Resource Surface Driven Convection

This experiment, figure 3.10, showcasing MITgcm's non-hydrostatic capability, was designed to explore the temporal and spatial characteristics of convection plumes as they might exist during a period...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node119.html
View Resource Gravity Plume On a Continental Slope

An important test of any ocean model is the ability to represent the flow of dense fluid down a slope. One example of such a flow is a non-rotating gravity plume on a continental slope, forced by a...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node126.html
View Resource Science Kits

Science kits on astronomy, earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, etc.

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View Resource Barotropic Ocean Gyre In Cartesian Coordinates

This example experiment demonstrates using the MITgcm to simulate a Barotropic, wind-forced, ocean gyre circulation. The experiment is a numerical rendition of the gyre circulation problem similar to...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node97.html
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