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Large scale coupled sea ice-waves-ocean modelling: Implications for the Earth climate system and industrial/social impacts

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SIPW05 - SIP Follow on: Mathematics of sea ice in the twenty-first century

Yevgeny Aksenov amd Stefanie Rynders In the study we present the development of a large scale coupled sea ice-waves-ocean global modelling framework based on the NEMO ocean, CICE sea ice and WW3 wave models. We discuss examples demonstrating how model simulations can be used to assess impacts of sea ice changes in the Arctic for the Earth climate system and for maritime industries and society. The study is aimed at improving coupling between Earth System Model components (e.g., sea ice, ocean mixing, carbon and nutrient fluxes from land, ocean biogeochemistry). It extends model capabilities in generating model data needed for applications such as forecasting, mapping risks for shipping and offshore operations, and for impact of sea ice changes on coastal permafrost erosion in the Arctic. We provide discussion and outlook for the future research.

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