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Modelling wave-ice interactions
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Interactions between ocean surface waves and sea ice are conspicuously absent from contemporary ice-ocean models and OGCMs. However, projects are now underway to address the omission. I will talk about the models used to create a wave-ice interaction component for a forecasting model, and show some preliminary results from a prototype model of the Fram Strait.
This talk is part of the British Antarctic Survey series.
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