A Multivariate Reduced-order Optimal Interpolation Method and its Application to the Mediterranean Basin-scale Circulation

@inproceedings{Mey2002AMR,
  title={A Multivariate Reduced-order Optimal Interpolation Method and its Application to the Mediterranean Basin-scale Circulation},
  author={P. De Mey and Mounir Benkiran},
  year={2002}
}
For more than a decade, the Ocean Circulation and Prediction Team at LEGOS, Toulouse, has been developing data assimilation methods and conducting data assimilation experiments in various basins of the World Ocean, and in particular in the Mediterranean. Our aims are to study the feasibility of multivariate control of a model trajectory, and to characterize the predictability of the general circulation, seasonal and interannual variability mesoscale eddies, meanders, sub-basin-scale gyres, and… CONTINUE READING

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