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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
View Resource Atmosphere-Ocean Modeling Exploiting Fluid Isomorphisms

We describe how mathematical isomorphisms between the equations that govern the evolution of a compressible atmosphere and an incompressible ocean can be exploited to guide the design of a...

http://paoc.mit.edu/paoc/papers/a_o_iso.pdf
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 Global Ocean Simulation at 4. Resolution

This example experiment demonstrates using the MITgcm to simulate the planetary ocean circulation. The simulation is configured with realistic geography and bathymetry on a $ 4^{\circ} \times...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node107.html
View Resource Held-Suarez Forcing Atmospheric Simulation on a Latitude-longitude Grid 2.8. Resolution and on a Cube-sphere Grid with 32 Square Cube Faces

This example illustrates the use of the MITgcm for large scale atmospheric circulation simulation. Two simulations are described * global atmospheric circulation on a latitude-longitude grid...

http://mitgcm.org/sealion/online_documents/node115.html
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