Toward a multivariate reanalysis of the North Atlantic Ocean biogeochemistry during 1998 – 2006 based on the assimilation of SeaWiFS chlorophyll data

@inproceedings{Fontana2013TowardAM,
  title={Toward a multivariate reanalysis of the North Atlantic Ocean biogeochemistry during 1998 – 2006 based on the assimilation of SeaWiFS chlorophyll data},
  author={Caroline Fontana and Pierre Brasseur and J.-M. Brankart},
  year={2013}
}
Today, the routine assimilation of satellite data into operational models of ocean circulation is mature enough to enable the production of global reanalyses describing the ocean circulation variability during the past decades. The expansion of the “reanalysis” concept from ocean physics to biogeochemistry is a timely challenge that motivates the present study. The objective of this paper is to investigate the potential benefits of assimilating satellite-estimated chlorophyll data into a basin… CONTINUE READING

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