EGU General Assembly 2008
Session Programme Meeting Programme Personal Programme Search
Quick Search
Programme Groups
Union Symposia
Interdivision Sessions
Educational Symposia
Atmospheric Sciences
Climate: Past, Present, Future
Cryospheric Sciences
Earth & Space Science Informatics
Energy, Resources & the Environment
Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology & Volcanology
Geosciences Instrumentation & Data Systems
Hydrological Sciences
Isotopes in Geosciences: Instrumentation and Applications
Magnetism, Palaeomagnetism, Rock Physics & Geomaterials
Natural Hazards
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics
Ocean Sciences
Planetary & Solar System Sciences
Soil System Sciences
Solar-Terrestrial Sciences
Stratigraphy, Sedimentology & Palaeontology
Tectonics & Structural Geology
Medal Lectures
Great Debates in Geosciences
Short Courses
Keynote Lectures
Townhall Meetings
Division Business Meetings
Editorial Board Meetings
Union Meetings
Splinter Meetings
  List of Accepted Contributions - OS15 Model development for large- and small-scale processes in the ocean (co-listed in NP)

Please, click Abstract Number to find the corresponding abstract as PDF file; if necessary, download Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 first to open the file. Any abstract may be freely reproduced for non-commercial, scientific purposes; however, the moral right of the author(s) to be identified as the author(s) of such abstracts is asserted.

Gourgue, O.; Deleersnijder, E.; Legat, V.
A finite element wetting-drying method, with application to the Scheldt estuary

Lambrechts, J.; Deleersnijder, E.; Legat, V.; Hanert, E.; Wolanski, E.
Finite-element model of the Great Barrier Reef circulation

Blaise, S.; Comblen, R.; Lambrechts, J.; Legat, V.; Deleersnijder, E.; Remacle, J.-F.
Design and preliminary validation of a three-dimensional, baroclinic, unstructured-mesh, finite-element ocean model

Bernard, P.-E.; Remacle, J.-F.; Legat, V.
High-order discontinuous Galerkin methods for solving conservation laws on curved manifolds

White, L.; Adcroft, A.; Hallberg, R.
High-order remapping schemes for generalized vertical coordinates in ocean models (withdrawn)

Renaudie, C
Adaptation of the vertical resolution in the mixed layer for HYCOM

Sijp, W.; England, M
Isopycnal mixing controls NADW stability in ocean models

Li, J. G.
Spherical multiple-cell grid suitable for ocean models

Sannino , G.; Carillo, A.; Rupolo, V.; Artale, V.
Impact of a two-way grid refinement at the Strait of Gibraltar on the thermohaline circulation of the Mediterranean Sea

Wolfe, C.L.; Cessi, P.
Overturning circulaton in an eddy-resolving model: the effect of the pole-to-pole temperature gradient.

Cessi, P.; Wolfe, C. L.
Eddy-driven buoyancy gradients on Eastern boundaries.

Popova, E.E.; Coward, A.C.
Upper mixed layer variability as a driving force of the ecosystem dynamics: Preliminary results from a global 0.25 degree coupled physical and biological NEMO run

Wang, Q.; Danilov, S.; Sidorenko, D.; Schröter, J.
Continuous linear and nonconforming discretizations of horizontal velocity in FEOM: Assessing effects of stabilization

Ham, D; Cotter, C; Pain, C; Reich, S
A stable mixed discontinuous/continuous finite element pair suited to large scale ocean simulations.

Timmermann, R. ; Androsov, A.; Boening, C.; Danilov, S.; Huerta-Casas, A.; Massmann, S.; Schroeter, J.; Sidorenko, D.; Rollenhagen, K.; Wang, Q.
A global finite-element sea ice and ocean model

Cotter, C. J.; Pain, C. C.; Piggott, M. D.
A quantitative study of 3D anistropic dynamic adaptivity applied to open ocean deep convection

Kärnä, T.; de Brye, B.; de Brauwere, A.; Gourgue, O.; Deleersnijder, E.
Simplified test cases for modelling the transport of fecal bacteria in hydrosystems

Pietrzak, J; Kleptsova, O; Stelling, G
An unstructured mesh finite volume C-grid coastal ocean model

Mouchet, A.
Oxygen, a tool for assessing ocean tracer transport models

Leclair, M.; Madec, G.
A conservative leap-frog time stepping method

Fabbroni, N.; Lermusiaux, P.; Oddo, P.; Pinardi, N.; Haley, P.; De Marte, M.
Development of a relocatable ocean prediction system for Ligurian sea

Hill, C; Marshall, J; Campin, J-M; Jones, H
Superparmeterization in ocean modeling using general multiscale techniques - a deep-convection case study.

Back to Session Programme


©2002-2008 Copernicus Systems + Technology GmbH