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Parameterization of Eddy Fluxes near Oceanic Boundaries
Authors: Ferrari, R.;McWilliams, J. C.;Canuto, V. M.;Dubovikov, M. Year: 2008
Journal: Journal of Climate
Publisher: American Meteorological Society  
Volume: 21
Issue/Number: 12
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Category: 2a. Science Applications - Ocean Circulation (OC)
DOI/Web Link:
OD: Object Subject Terms: Advective skew flux; Altimetric eddy kinetic energy; Boundary layer; Boundary layer depth; Buoyancy eddy flux; Buoyancy surface; Channel flow; Climatological stratification; Density surface; Depth (m); Diabatic residual flux; Diabatic surface flux; Diapycnal residual flux; Eddy diffusivity; Eddy flux; Eddy-induced circulation; Eddy-induced overturning circulation; Eddy-induced velocity; Equilibrated climate simulation; GM parameterization; GM scheme; Isopycnal component; Isopycnal surface; Latitude (
Author Address:
Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 54-1420, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139, []

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