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Numerical modelling of the Arctic and North Atlantic exchanges with NEMO: Focus on freshwater and dynamicsDownload
The Arctic is currently undergoing significant changes due to increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gases causing atmospheric warming. The impact of this warming is clearly visible in the Arctic: reduced sea-ice cover, enhanced land-ice melting, increased frequency of extreme weather, etc....
The Hudson Bay Complex (HBC), which includes Hudson, James, and Ungava Bays, Foxe Basin, and Hudson Strait, is currently undergoing change from two anthropogenic sources; industry and global warming. The communities surrounding this region use the sea for travel, hunting, and social...
This thesis presents the numerical simulations related to freshwater processes within the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA) using a coupled ocean and sea ice pan-Arctic model based on NEMO v3.1. In this study, two major routes for the export of Pacific water to the North Atlantic, via either...
The role of North Atlantic Current water in exchanges across the Greenland-Scotland Ridge from the Nordic SeasDownload
The circulation and gradual transformation in properties of oceanic water masses is a matter of great interest for short-term weather and biological forecasting, as well as long-term climate change. It is usually agreed that the Nordic Seas between Greenland and Norway are key to these...