Simulations of Dynamics and Transport during the September 2002 Antarctic Major Warming

@article{Manney2005SimulationsOD,
  title={Simulations of Dynamics and Transport during the September 2002 Antarctic Major Warming},
  author={G. Manney and J. L. Sabutis and D. R. Allen and W. Lahoz and A. Scaife and C. E. Randall and S. Pawson and B. Naujokat and R. Swinbank},
  journal={Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={62},
  pages={690-707}
}
  • G. Manney, J. L. Sabutis, +6 authors R. Swinbank
  • Published 2005
  • Physics
  • Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
  • Abstract A mechanistic model simulation initialized on 14 September 2002, forced by 100-hPa geopotential heights from Met Office analyses, reproduced the dynamical features of the 2002 Antarctic major warming. The vortex split on ∼25 September; recovery after the warming, westward and equatorward tilting vortices, and strong baroclinic zones in temperature associated with a dipole pattern of upward and downward vertical velocities were all captured in the simulation. Model results and analyses… CONTINUE READING
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