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A Census of Eddy Activities in the South China Sea During 1993-2007
[1] Numerous mesoscale eddies occur each year in the South China Sea (SCS), but their statistical characteristics are still not well documented. A Pacific basin-wide three-dimensionalExpand
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One-dimensional ecosystem model of the equatorial Pacific upwelling system. Part I: model development and silicon and nitrogen cycle
Abstract A one-dimensional ecosystem model was developed for the equatorial Pacific upwelling system, and the model was used to study nitrogen and silicon cycle in the equatorial Pacific. TheExpand
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A model study of the seasonal circulation in the Gulf of Maine
The Princeton Ocean Model is used to study the circulation in the Gulf of Maine and its seasonal transition in response to wind, surface heat flux, river discharge, and the M2 tide. The model has anExpand
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Kuroshio intrusion and the circulation in the South China Sea
[1] The Princeton Ocean Model is used to study the circulation in the South China Sea (SCS) and its seasonal transition. Kuroshio enters (leaves) the SCS through the southern (northern) portion ofExpand
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Identification of different types of Kuroshio intrusion into the South China Sea
Kuroshio intrusion into the South China Sea (SCS) has different forms. In this study, a Kuroshio SCS Index (KSI) is defined using the integral of geostrophic vorticity from 118° to 121° E and fromExpand
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Modelling climate‐related variability of tuna populations from a coupled ocean–biogeochemical‐populations dynamics model
In the last five decades for which tuna fishing data are available, the interannual ENSO signal (SOI) and the related Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) suggest two different regimes characterized byExpand
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Oceanic eddy formation and propagation southwest of Taiwan
[1] Oceanic eddies are active and energetic southwest of Taiwan. The formation and propagation of eddies in this area were investigated using 17 year satellite altimeter data. Cyclonic eddies (CEs)Expand
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Seasonal and interannual variability of primary and export production in the South China Sea: a three-dimensional physical–biogeochemical model study
To investigate the seasonal and interannual variations in biological productivity in the South China Sea (SCS), a Pacific basin-wide physical - biogeochemical model has been developed and used toExpand
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Assessment of skill and portability in regional marine biogeochemical models : Role of multiple planktonic groups
[1] Application of biogeochemical models to the study of marine ecosystems is pervasive, yet objective quantification of these models’ performance is rare. Here, 12 lower trophic level models ofExpand
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One dimensional ecosystem model of the equatorial Pacific upwelling system
Abstract A one-dimensional model of the equatorial Pacific upwelling ecosystem that incorporates two phytoplankton components, two grazers, and three nutrients, Si(OH)4, NO3, and NH4 (Chai et al.,Expand
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