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  List of Accepted Contributions - OS13 Ocean Model Development: Physical and Biological (co-listed in BG)

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Fiechter, J.; Mooers, C.
High-resolution simulations of biophysical processes associated with the Florida Current circulation: implications for regional ecosystem dynamics and ocean observing system design (withdrawn)

Stuhne, G. R.; Peltier, W. R.
Computational design of a new unstructured grid model of the world ocean circulation

Berntsen, J.; Thiem, Ø.
On the internal pressure gradient errors in sigma-coordinate ocean models

Kremeur, A.S.; Levy, M.; Aumont, O.; Reverdin, G.
Nitrate variability within North Atlantic subtropical mode waters: model derived mechanisms

Dutay, JC; Lacan, F; Roy-Barman, M; Bopp, L
Simulation of the cycle of trace elements (PA, Th) with the coupled Ocean-biogeochemistry model ORCA-PISCES. Implementation of a reversible scavenging model

Sidorenko, D.; Wang, Q.; Danilov, S.; Schröter, J.
Recent developments of finite-element circulation model

Lovato, T.; Androssov, A.; Rubino, A.; Pastres, R.
The tidal and wind induced hydrodynamics of the North Adriatic Sea: a sensitivity study with a very high resolution hydrodynamic model

Anderson, T.
Confronting complexity: modelling marine ecosystems and their response to climate change

Pasquero, C.; Tziperman, E.
Statistical parameterization of oceanic convection

Glessmer, M.; Oschlies, A.; Backhaus, J.
Impact of double diffusive mixing on upper ocean properties

Tsugawa, M.; Tanaka, Y.; Kitauchi, H.; Ikeda, M.
An ocean general circulation model on a quasi-homogeneous non-orthogonal cubic grid

Jakacki, J.; Osinski, R.; Maslowski, W.; Piechura, J.; Walczowski, W.
Influence of model resolution on local dynamics and circulation in the Baltic Sea.

Timmermann, R. ; Danilov, S.; Schröter, J.
A finite element global coupled sea ice-ocean model

Vazquez , A.; Vlasenko , V.; Stashchuk , N.; Bruno , M.; Izquierdo , A.
Simulation of internal waves in the Strait of Gibraltar using a nonhydrostatic model

Schmidt, M.; Lass, H.-U.
On the influence of atmospheric forcing fields on model results at the example of the Benguela upwelling system

Liu, H.; Piggott, M.; Pain, C.; Allison, P.
ICOM going global: progress towards a new approach for tidal modelling

Yool, A.; Anderson, T.; Sinha, B.; Oschlies, A.
Light and heat : influence on phytoplankton growth and export in a global ocean model

Yool, A.; Martin, A.; Sinha, B.; Oschlies, A.
Nitrification and the fate of the f-ratio

Murashkovsky, A; Brenner, S; Gertman, I
Operational oceanographic forecasting system for Southeastern Levantine

Candy, A.; Pain, C.; Piggott, M.; Ham, D.
Regularising subgrid scale information in the next generation of ocean models

Le Sommer, J.; Penduff, T.; Madec, G.; Theetten, S.; Barnier, B.
What does vertical velocity tell about the behavior of numerical schemes ?

Hill, E; Enderton, D; Hill, C
Numerical grid generation for ocean and atmosphere modeling.

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