Marine biogeochemical responses to the North Atlantic Oscillation in a coupled climate model

@inproceedings{Patara2011MarineBR,
  title={Marine biogeochemical responses to the North Atlantic Oscillation in a coupled climate model},
  author={Lavinia Patara and Martin Visbeck and S. Masina and Gerd Krahmann and Marcello Vichi},
  year={2011}
}
In this study a coupled ocean-atmosphere model containing interactive marine biogeochemistry is used to analyze interannual, lagged, and decadal marine biogeochemical responses to the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), the dominant mode of North Atlantic atmospheric variability. The coupled model adequately reproduces present-day climatologies and NAO atmospheric variability. It is shown that marine biogeochemical responses to the NAO are governed by different mechanisms according to the time… CONTINUE READING

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