Drivers of atmospheric and oceanic surface temperature variance: A frequency domain approach
Ocean–atmosphere coupling modifies the variability of Earth’s climate over a wide range of time scales. However, attribution of the processes that generate this variability remains an outstanding problem. In this article, air–sea coupling is investigated in an eddy-resolving, medium-complexity, idealized ocean–atmosphere model. The model is run in three configurations: fully coupled, partially coupled (where the effect of the ocean geostrophic velocity on the sea surface temperature field is...[Show more]
|ANU Research Publications
|Journal of Climate
|Drivers of atmospheric and Oceanic.pdf
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