Parametrization of Eddy Mass Transport in the Arctic Seas Based on the Sensitivity Analysis of Large-Scale Flows.
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The characteristics of eddy mass transport are estimated depending on the values of the parameters of a large-scale flow that forms under the conditions of the shelf seas in the Arctic. For this, the results of numerical simulation of the Kara Sea with a horizontal resolution permitting the development of mesoscale eddies are used. The multiple realizations of eddy mass flux resulting from a numerical experiment are considered as a statistical sample and are analyzed using methods of sensitivity study and clustering of sample elements. Functional dependencies are obtained that are closest to the simulated distributions of quantities. These expressions make it possible, within the framework of large-scale models, to evaluate the characteristics of the cross-isobathic eddy mass transport in the diffusion approximation with a counter-gradient flux. Numerical experiments using the SibCIOM model showed that areas along the Fram branch of the Atlantic waters trajectory in the Arctic as well .....
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.2
Maturity LevelPilot or Demonstrated
Spatial CoverageKara Sea
CitationPlatov, G., Iakshina, D and Golubeva, E. (2023) Parametrization of Eddy Mass Transport in the Arctic Seas Based on the Sensitivity Analysis of Large-Scale Flows. Water, 15: 472, 29pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/w15030472
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