Modelling the global coastal ocean

@article{Holt2008ModellingTG,
  title={Modelling the global coastal ocean},
  author={Jason Holt and James Harle and Roger Proctor and Sylvain Michel and Mike Ashworth and Crispian P. Batstone and Icarus Allen and Robert D. Holmes and Tim Smyth and Keith Haines and Dan Bretherton and Gregory Overton Smith},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={367},
  pages={939 - 951}
}
Shelf and coastal seas are regions of exceptionally high biological productivity, high rates of biogeochemical cycling and immense socio-economic importance. They are, however, poorly represented by the present generation of Earth system models, both in terms of resolution and process representation. Hence, these models cannot be used to elucidate the role of the coastal ocean in global biogeochemical cycles and the effects global change (both direct anthropogenic and climatic) are having on… CONTINUE READING

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