Physics and Dynamics of Density Compensated Temperature and Salinity Anomalies. Part I: Theory

Abstract

Subducted temperature anomalies have been invoked as a possible way for mid-latitudes to alter the climate variability of equatorial regions through the so-called ‘thermocline bridge’, both in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. To have a significant impact on the equatorial heat balance, however, temperature anomalies must reach the equatorial regions… (More)

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@inproceedings{TAILLEUX2004PhysicsAD, title={Physics and Dynamics of Density Compensated Temperature and Salinity Anomalies. Part I: Theory}, author={R{\'e}mi TAILLEUX and Alban Lazar}, year={2004} }