Seasonal and interannual variability of downwelling in the Beaufort Sea

@inproceedings{Yang2009SeasonalAI,
  title={Seasonal and interannual variability of downwelling in the Beaufort Sea},
  author={J. Yang},
  year={2009}
}
[1] In this paper, we examine the seasonal and interannual to decadal variability of oceanic downwelling in the Beaufort Sea. The surface wind stress is the primary driver for variability in the upper Arctic Ocean and sea ice. The seasonal variability of the surface wind over the western Arctic is strongly influenced by a high sea level pressure center that emerges in the fall and diminishes in the summer. The wind stress and sea ice velocity are both anticyclonic from fall to spring and thus… CONTINUE READING
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