Takashi Kagimoto

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A fifty-year eddy-resolving simulation of the world ocean has been performed on the Earth Simulator for the first time. Several global aspects of the circulations and regional characteristics in some specific areas simulated in the high-resolution model are compared to available observations. The results demonstrate a promising capability of representing(More)
2 ABSTRACT Through analysis of a hindcast integration of an eddy-resolving quasi-global ocean general circulation model, decadal variability in the Kuroshio-Oyashio Extension region is investigated, with particular emphasis on that of the subarctic (Oyashio) and the Kuroshio Extension (KE) fronts. The KE front is deep and accompanied by sharp sea surface(More)
To represent both the basin-scale circulation in the ocean and the local small-scale variations at the same time, a high resolution global ocean general circulation model (OGCM) is essential. Recent progress in parallel computing techniques together with the high ability of computer itself makes it possible to use such a high resolution OGCM for climate(More)
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