Aluminium in an ocean general circulation model compared with the West Atlantic Geotraces cruises

@article{Hulten2013AluminiumIA,
  title={Aluminium in an ocean general circulation model compared with the West Atlantic Geotraces cruises},
  author={Marco van Hulten and Andreas Sterl and Alessandro Tagliabue and Jean‐Claude Dutay and Marion Gehlen and Hein J.W. de Baar and Rob Middag},
  journal={Journal of Marine Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={126},
  pages={3-23}
}
Manganese in the west Atlantic Ocean in the context of the first global ocean circulation model of manganese
Abstract. Dissolved manganese (Mn) is a biologically essential element. Moreover, its oxidised form is involved in removing itself and several other trace elements from ocean waters. Here we report
On the effects of circulation, sediment resuspension and biological incorporation by diatoms in an ocean model of aluminium*
The distribution of dissolved aluminium in the West Atlantic Ocean shows a mirror image with that of dissolved silicic acid, hinting at intricate interactions between the ocean cycling of Al and Si.
Ocean Dust Deposition Rates Constrained in a Data‐Assimilation Model of the Marine Aluminum Cycle
Aluminum (Al) is delivered to surface ocean waters by aeolian dust, making it a promising tracer to constrain dust deposition rates and the atmospheric supply of trace metal micronutrients. Over
Atmospheric deposition fluxes over the Atlantic Ocean: a GEOTRACES case study
Abstract. Atmospheric deposition is an important source of micronutrients to the ocean, but atmospheric deposition fluxes remain poorly constrained in most ocean regions due to the limited number of
Manganese in the world ocean: a first global model
Dissolved manganese (Mn) is a biologically essential element, and its oxidised form is involved in the removal of trace elements from ocean waters. Recently, a large number of highly accurate Mn
An improved ocean model of aluminium: the effects of circulation, sediment resuspension and biological incorporation
An improved ocean model of aluminium: the effect of circulation, sediment resuspension and biological incorporation by MMP van Hulten et al. Recent interest in the global ocean Al distribution is
Dust deposition in the eastern Indian Ocean: The ocean perspective from Antarctica to the Bay of Bengal
Atmospheric deposition is an important but still poorly constrained source of trace micronutrients to the open ocean because of the dearth of in situ measurements of total deposition (i.e., wet + dry
Aluminium in an ocean general circulation model and observations
Liquids, including aqueous fluids and silicate melts, are strongly underrepresented in the geologic record. This is unfortunate, because fluids and melts play a disproportionately large role in the
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 141 REFERENCES
Mean Circulation of the Hamburg LSG OGCM and Its Sensitivity to the Thermohaline Surface Forcing
Abstract The sensitivity of the global ocean circulation to changes in surface heat flux forcing is studied using the Hamburg Large Scale Geostrophic (LSG) ocean circulation model. The simulated mean
Coupled Al‐Si geochemistry in an ocean general circulation model: A tool for the validation of oceanic dust deposition fields?
We introduced the marine cycle of Al into a geochemical ocean general circulation model in order to assess the potential of modeled surface ocean dissolved Al as a tracer for dust input to the world
Evaluation of ocean model ventilation with CFC-11: comparison of 13 global ocean models
Constraining oceanic dust deposition using surface ocean dissolved Al
We use measurements of ocean surface dissolved Al, a global Biogeochemical Elemental Cycling (BEC) ocean model, and the global Dust Entrainment and Deposition (DEAD) model to constrain dust
Dissolved aluminium in the central North Pacific
Aluminium is the most abundant metallic element in the Earth's crust (8.23% by weight)1, yet little is known about its oceanic distribution. Published data sets concerning aluminium in sea-water2 are
NEMO ocean engine
Résumé The ocean engine of NEMO (Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean) is a primitive equation model adapted to regional and global ocean circulation problems. It is intended to be a flexible
Fluxes and distribution of dissolved iron in the eastern (sub‐) tropical North Atlantic Ocean
Aeolian dust transport from the Saharan/Sahel desert regions is considered the dominant external input of iron (Fe) to the surface waters of the eastern (sub‐) tropical North Atlantic Ocean. To test
...
1
2
3
4
5
...