Paul S. Schopf

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The seasonal cycle over the tropical Pacific simulated by eleven coupled ocean-atmosphere general circulation models (GCMs) is examined. Each model consists of a high resolution ocean GCM of either the tropical Pacific or near-global oceans, coupled to a moderate or high resolution atmospheric GCM, without the use of flux correction. The seasonal behavior(More)
The JGOFS program and NASA ocean-color satellites have provided a wealth of data that can be used to test and validate models of ocean biogeochemistry. A coupled three-dimensional general circulation, biogeochemical, and radiative model of the global oceans was validated using these in situ data sources and satellite data sets. Biogeochemical processes in(More)
We describe the design, and deployment in several large scale Earth system codes, of an innovative programming library, MAPL. MAPL is a layer of software that is built on top of the Earth System Modeling Framework (ESMF) component library. It provides mechanisms for automating and managing key aspects of the interconnection and control of deep, hierarchical(More)
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