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Improved Extratropical North Atlantic Atmosphere–Ocean Variability with Increasing Ocean Model Resolution


Fig. 12.

Maximum of the climatological mean overturning circulation field (Sv) calculated over 30°–60°N and 500–2000 m depth vs the (a) mean bias in upper-ocean salinity (S500; K) averaged over the Labrador–Irminger Seas. Results are shown for all control runs using the same labeling convention as in Fig. 8a. (b) As in (a), but for the mean bias in upper-ocean temperature (T500; g kg−1). (c),(d) As in (a) and (b), but for the maximum magnitude of the climatological mean Ψ500 field calculated over the subpolar North Atlantic region (45°–65°N, 5°–60°W).

Citation: Journal of Climate 36, 24; 10.1175/JCLI-D-23-0230.1



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