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The response of a two-layer hydrothermodynamic ocean model to a simulated moving hurricane. by Grigsby, Stanley HolmesPages: atmosphereduringahurricane,Elsberry,PearsonandCorgnati () developed an axisymmetrichurricane the atmosphericportion ofthis model is used in this thesis it.

The response of a two-layer hydrothermodynamic ocean model to a simulated moving : Stanley Holmes Grigsby. Ocean feedback factor (in particular upper ocean temperature) is important for dynamical prediction of tropical cyclones. In this study the oceanic response to the two cases of Indian Ocean cyclones (TC 01A) and (TC 02B) inis studied.

The simple 1½ layer wind driven reduced gravity ocean model is employed for this study. This paper describes the linear response of an inviscid two‐layer model of a deep ocean on an f‐plane to a hurricane translating across the surface at constant speed.

The upper ocean response to a hurricane is a three-dimensional and time-dependent phenomenon that can be analyzed usefully from several different perspectives.

From a (numerical) modeling Author: J. Price. The numerical model FVCOM (Finite Volume Community Ocean Model) was applied to study the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the vertical mixing over the Louisiana shelf and the process of.

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