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Upper ocean thermal structure of the eastern tropical Pacific
Maria C. Donoso
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory in Miami, Fla
Written in English
|Statement||Maria C. Donoso, Jessie E. Harris, David B. Enfield.|
|Series||NOAA technical report ERL ;, 450., AOML ;, 36, NOAA technical report ERL ;, 450., NOAA technical report ERL., 36|
|Contributions||Harris, Jessie E., Enfield, David B., Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories.|
|LC Classifications||GC167.P33 D66 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 221 p. :|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||95143405|
The Northeast Pacific hurricane season was highly active, with above-average intensity and frequency events, and a rare landfalling Hawaiian hurricane. We show that the anomalous northern extent of sea surface temperatures and anomalous vertical extent of upper ocean heat content above 26 °C throughout the Northeast and Central Pacific Ocean may have influenced three long-lived tropical. THERMAL DOMES IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL ATLANTIC OCEAN 1. P. A. MAZEIKA. Oxygen minimum zones in the eastern tropical Atlantic and Pacific oceans, Progress in Oceanography, /, 77 M. Arhan, A.M. Treguier, Model-inferred upper ocean circulation in the eastern tropics of the North Atlantic, Deep Sea Research Part I.
Zonal heat advection (ZHA) plays an important role in the variability of the thermal structure in the tropical Pacific Ocean, especially in the western Pacific warm pool (WPWP). Using the Simple Ocean Data Assimilation (SODA) Version /4 for the period –, this paper presents a detailed analysis of the climatological and seasonal ZHA in the tropical Pacific Ocean. A subset of the global ocean temperature climatology is used to characterize the observed seasonal variability in the near-surface thermal structure of the tropical Indian Ocean. In the near-surface isothermal layer the seasonal variability is least in the warm pool region and increases poleward. Over much of the tropical Indian Ocean, local surface heat fluxes overwhelm horizontal advection.
The relationship between upper-ocean thermal structure and typhoon intensity has been discussed in many studies for a summer season (Emanuel et al , Emanuel , Webster et al , Lin et al , , Wu et al ), so we first examine changes in the upper ocean in May only. Climatological atlas of the subsurface thermal structure of the eastern tropical South Pacific Ocean [microform] / Pablo Lagos, Donald V. Hansen, Alan Herman U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory ; For sale by the.
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Based on 13 yr of satellite altimetry data, in situ and climatological upper-ocean thermal structure data, best-track typhoon data of the U.S. Joint Typhoon Warning Center, together with an ocean mixed layer model, 30 western North Pacific category 5 typhoons that occurred during the typhoon season from to are systematically examined Cited by: Get this from a library.
Upper ocean thermal structure of the eastern tropical Pacific. [Maria C Donoso; Jessie E Harris; David B Enfield; Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory.]. Upper Ocean Thermal Structure and the Western North Pacific Category-5 Typhoons Part II: Dependence on Translation Speed I-I Lin, Iam-Fei Pun, and Chun-Chieh Wu Dept.
of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan Revised and Submitted to the Monthly WeatherReview December 8, Corresponding author address: Dr. During an El Niño, the warm water that traditionally resides in the tropical western Pacific migrates to the eastern part of the basin, causing an increase in the upper‐ocean heat content and thereby enhancing tropical cyclone (TC) activity in the eastern North Pacific (ENP).Author: Karthik Balaguru, Christina M.
Patricola, Christina M. Patricola, Samson M. Hagos, L. Ruby Leung, Lu. T1 - The thermal structure of the Upper Ocean. AU - Boccaletti, G̀iulio. AU - Pacanowski, Ronald C.
AU - Philander, S. George H. AU - Fedorov, Alexey V. PY - /4/1. Y1 - /4/1. N2 - The salient feature of the oceanic thermal structure is a remarkably shallow thermocline, especially in the Tropics and subtropics. What factors determine Cited by: thermal structure of the ocean: cold water upwells be-cause the thermocline is sufﬁciently shallow to allow the entrainment of cold water into the mixed layer.
Re-gions of upwelling are therefore special in that the ver-tical thermal structure is directly related to the heat bud-get. This is particularly evident during El Nin˜o events. The organic matter produced in the eastern and central tropical Pacific that escapes upper ocean remineralization is exported to the deep ocean.
Conversely, in the warm pool thermal stratification restricts subsurface nutrients from entering the euphotic zone, resulting in low surface nutrients, primary productivity and carbon export.
Farrar, J.T. The evolution of upper ocean thermal structure at 10°N, °W during – SM Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pp. Godfrey, J.S., and E.J. Lindstrom. The heat budget of the equatorial western Pacific surface mixed layer.
Abstract While El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) influences eastern North Pacific (ENP) tropical cyclones (TCs) through a variety of atmospheric processes when examined concurrently, ocean. These strong zonal currents are important for mass, heat, and tracer distributions of the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Especially their heat transport plays an essential role in setting up the basic thermal structure of the tropical Pacific Ocean, such as the west Pacific warm pool and the east Pacific cold tongue (Enfield ; Clement et al.
Eastern Pacific Tropical Cyclones intensified by El Niño delivery of subsurface ocean heat and other upper-ocean thermal structure (UOTS) features on TC intensity have been qualitatively.
For the tropical Pacific and Atlantic oceans, internal modes of variability that lead to climatic oscillations have been recognized1,2, but in the Indian Ocean region a similar ocean–atmosphere.
Ocean Dynamics; Upper layer thermal structure; Water mass distribution in the tropical eastern Indian and western Pacific Oceans Scientific Work Experience.
Senior Researcher, International Pacific Research Center, SOEST, University of Hawaii, Honolulu. (8/09 – 12/15). Steps for calculating thermal displacement are illustrated for a sample location in the Gulf of Alaska (° W, 50° N).
For each ice-free grid cell in the global ocean (n ≈ ,), the. This paper uses more than colocated and near-coincident in-situ profiles from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Global Temperature a.
The tropical Pacific has a conspicuous discrepancy, in which, the sea level is rising in the western Pacific but falling in the eastern Pacific in the satellite altimetry era (Cazenave et al., ). The tropical Pacific plays a crucial role in affecting the processes in the extra-tropical basins.
A nonlocal effect associated with eastern Atlantic Ocean temperature provides additional predictive skill of tropical cyclone activity when compared with the well-known local modulation effect associated with sea surface temperature.
The most active tropical cyclone seasons occur for lower than normal wind shear conditions and less intense trade winds, which are associated with higher eastern.
Upper Ocean Structure: Wind and Buoyancy-forced Upper Ocean the ocean has thermal and mechanical inertia relative to the atmosphere. The ocean thus forcing.
In the second example, the seasonal cycle of the eastern tropical Pacific, the atmosphere and ocean are coupled, so that wind and buoyancy forcing lead to a sequence of events. A Pacific hurricane is a mature tropical cyclone that develops within the northeastern and central Pacific Ocean to the east of °W, north of the equator.
For tropical cyclone warning purposes, the northern Pacific is divided into three regions: the eastern (North America to °W), central (°W to °), and western (° to °E), while the southern Pacific is divided into 2. Meridional sections of upper ocean zonal currents, potential temperature, and salinity are estimated at ten longitudes from °E to 95°W using Conductivity–Temperature–Depth and Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler data from synoptic sections taken in the tropical Pacific between °E and 86°W, mostly in the s.
The Indonesian Throughflow (ITF) is an important component of the upper cell of the global overturning circulation that provides a low-latitude pathway for warm, fresh waters from the Pacific to enter the Indian Ocean.
Variability and changes of the ITF have significant impacts on Indo-Pacific oceanography and global climate. In this paper, the observed features of the ITF and its interannual. On the other hand SST drives the interannual variations in the upper-ocean thermal field and hurricane activity mainly in the northern part of the basin.
The eastern tropical Pacific Ocean that forms the eastern end of the equatorial Pacific current Goni G J and Triannes J A Ocean thermal structure monitoring could aid in the.During the development of El Niño, therefore, an extratropically preconditioned subsurface state (e.g., an enhanced positive heat content anomaly) in the western and central tropical Pacific would favor a warmer sea surface temperature anomaly in the eastern equatorial Pacific, potentially increasing the intensity of ocean-atmosphere coupling.