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PREDICTION USING THE ECMWF COUPLED FORECAST SYSTEM
Author : Jean-Raymond Bidlot, Sarah Keeley, Magdalena Balmaseda, Kristian Mogensen, Hao Zuo, Peter Janssen
The presence of Sea ice processes can have a range of impacts on the atmosphere and ocean. It interacts with the surface fluxes through its albedo as well as acting as a barrier to the exchange of heat and momentum between the atmosphere and ocean. It also impacts the freshwater exchange, through salinity changes when it melts and freezes. As well as predicting the Sea ice processes itself, Sea ice processes also has a role as a potential source of predictability for the atmosphere. Sea ice processes is therefore, becoming an increasingly important component of the Earth system to capture in global forecast systems. Increases in computing
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Chapter : Ice Research and Engineering
Category : 22nd Symposium_Singapore (2014)
Article : THEME 5- FIELD AND LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
Date Published : 13/07/2016
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