Connections Between Ocean Bottom Topography and Earth ’ s Climate

@inproceedings{Institution2004ConnectionsBO,
  title={Connections Between Ocean Bottom Topography and Earth ’ s Climate},
  author={Steven R. Jayne Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Woods Hole and Louis C. St. Laurent Florida State and Sarah T. Gille},
  year={2004}
}
  • Steven R. Jayne Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, +1 author Sarah T. Gille
  • Published 2004
considered to be a solved problem in oceanography. The general physics of tides were understood, and they could be modeled with reasonable fidelity using relatively simple differential equations solved on computers. In general, it was thought that improvements in tide models would be made only by having higherresolution models run on faster computers. The advent of satellite altimetry by GEOSAT, more recently provided to a higher precision by TOPEX/Poseidon, reinvigorated interest in the tides… CONTINUE READING

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