Wilco Hazeleger

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Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments (COREs) Stephen M. Griffies *, Arne Biastoch , Claus Böning , Frank Bryan , Gokhan Danabasoglu , Eric P. Chassignet , Matthew H. England , Rüdiger Gerdes , Helmuth Haak , Robert W. Hallberg , Wilco Hazeleger , Johann Jungclaus , William G. Large , Gurvan Madec , Anna Pirani , Bonita L. Samuels , Markus Scheinert ,(More)
Here we present a set of regional climate scenarios of sea level rise for the northeast Atlantic Ocean. In this study, the latest observations and results obtained with state-of-the-art climate models are combined. In addition, regional effects due to ocean dynamics and changes in the Earth’s gravity field induced by melting of land-based ice masses have(More)
52 years of data (1949-2000) from the NCEP-NCAR reanalysis are used to investigate mechanisms involved in forcing and damping of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) variability in the South Atlantic Ocean. Organized patterns of coupled ocean-atmosphere variability are identified using EOF and SVD analyses. The leading mode of coupled variability consists of an(More)
To evaluate the effects of eCG dosage on recovery and quality of Day 5 embryos and on subsequent development and survival after embryo transfer, batches of 5 to 10 donor sows were treated with 1000 or 1500 IU eCG. Recipients from the same batch were synchronously treated with 800 IU eCG. Ovulation was induced with 750 IU hCG (72 h after eCG) in donors and(More)
For practical applications of porcine embryo transfer (ET) it is important to develop feasible embryo storage conditions. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the effect of short-term storage (24 h) on the quality of in vivo produced porcine embryos. Three temperatures 18, 25 and 38 degrees C and three different media: Dulbecco's phosphate buffered(More)
The warming trend of the last decades is now so strong that it is discernible in local temperature observations. This opens the possibility to compare the trend to the warming predicted by comprehensive climate models (GCMs), which up to now could not be verified directly to observations on a local scale, because the signalto-noise ratio was too low. The(More)
Ocean models are used to investigate how variations in surface heat fluxes and ocean heat transports contribute to variations of tropical Atlantic SSTs on decadal timescales. The observed patterns of variability, deduced from reanalyses of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), are found to involve the ocean’s response to variations in(More)
A new set of climate change scenarios for 2050 for the Netherlands was produced recently. The scenarios span a wide range of possible future climate conditions, and include climate variables that are of interest to a broad user community. The scenario values are constructed by combining output from an ensemble of recent General Climate Model (GCM)(More)