Boundary impulse response functions in a century-long eddying global ocean simulation

  title={Boundary impulse response functions in a century-long eddying global ocean simulation},
  author={Mathew Maltrud and Frank O. Bryan and Synte Peacock},
Results are presented from a century-long 1/10◦ global ocean simulation that included a suite of age-related passive tracers. In particular, an ensemble of five global Boundary Impulse Response functions (BIRs, which are statistically related to the more fundamental Transit Time Distributions, TTDs) was included to quantify the character of the TTD when mesoscale eddies are explicitly simulated rather than parameterized. We also seek to characterize the level of variability in water mass… CONTINUE READING
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