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Past, Present, and Future Changes in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation
Observations and numerical modeling experiments provide evidence for links between variability in the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) and global climate patterns. Reduction in the
Observing the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation yields a decade of inevitable surprises
A decade of observations of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation reveal an unexpected amount of variability over time scales from seasonal to decadal, as well as a general weakening over this time.
A two-parameter wind speed algorithm for Ku-band altimeters
Globally distributed crossovers of altimeter and scatterometer observations clearly demonstrate that ocean altimeter backscatter correlates with both the near-surface wind speed and the sea state.
On the joint distribution of surface elevation and slopes for a nonlinear random sea, with an application to radar altimetry
  • M. Srokosz
  • Mathematics, Environmental Science
  • 15 January 1986
The work of Longuet-Higgins (1963) on the effects of wave nonlinearity on the statistics of the sea surface is extended here to obtain the joint distribution of surface elevation and slopes for a
Analyzing altimeter artifacts: statistical properties of ocean waveforms
In this paper waveforms, that is, returns from the ocean surface, from a number of spaceborne radar altimeter instruments [European Remote-sensing Satellites (ERS-1 and -2), TOPEX, and Poseidon] are
Analysis of GNSS‐R delay‐Doppler maps from the UK‐DMC satellite over the ocean
A study of the retrieval of sea surface roughness using Global Navigation Satellite System‐Reflectometry (GNSS‐R) from satellite is presented. Delay‐Doppler Maps (DDMs) from the SSTL UK‐DMC satellite
Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation: Observed Transport and Variability
The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) extends from the Southern Ocean to the northern North Atlantic, transporting heat northwards throughout the South and North Atlantic, and
On the observability of internal tidal waves in remotely‐sensed ocean colour data
This paper reveals bands of enhanced levels of near‐surface chlorophyll in the central Bay of Biscay in remotely‐sensed images from the SeaWiFS ocean colour sensor, and shows that these are most