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Deep Learning for Climate Models of the Atlantic Ocean

Anton Nikolaev, Ingo Richter, Peter Sadowski
2020 AAAI Spring Symposia  
A deep neural network is trained to predict sea surface temperature variations at two important regions of the Atlantic ocean, using 800 years of simulated climate dynamics based on the first-principles  ...  /conventional forecast models for a fraction of the computational cost.  ...  We also thank the data providers for making the model output available through CHFP.  ... 
dblp:conf/aaaiss/NikolaevRS20 fatcat:d5rt4vdgjnayxa5x2vbah2rt64

Introduction: The ocean's meridional overturning circulation [chapter]

Andreas Schmittner, John C.H. Chiang, Sidney R. Hemming
2007 Ocean Circulation: Mechanisms and Impacts—Past and Future Changes of Meridional Overturning  
The meridional overturning circulation is a system of surface and deep currents encompassing all ocean basins.  ...  It transports large amounts of water, heat, salt, carbon, nutrients and other substances around the globe, and connects the surface ocean and atmosphere with the huge reservoir of the deep sea.  ...  Schmittner, Brook, and Ahn use a coupled climate carbon cycle model to suggest that changes in Southern Ocean stratification caused by a reduction of North Atlantic Deep Water formation are important in  ... 
doi:10.1029/173gm02 fatcat:kb2sstpbfzcdhckjauw45msouy

Physical controls of Southern Ocean deep-convection variability in CMIP5 models and the Kiel Climate Model

A. Reintges, T. Martin, M. Latif, W. Park
2017 Geophysical Research Letters  
We investigate the physical controls of this variability in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean, where most of the models simulate recurring deep-convection events.  ...  Key Points:  Variability of open-ocean deep-convection varies widely among climate models with implications reaching beyond the Southern Ocean  Stratification influences the timescale of deep-convection  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the World Climate Research Programme's Working Group on Coupled Modelling, which is responsible for CMIP, and we thank the climate modeling groups for producing and making  ... 
doi:10.1002/2017gl074087 fatcat:r6nbuk5gffbszlngtkrhl53bvy

PMIP contributions to understanding the deep ocean circulation of the Last Glacial Maximum

2021 Past Global Change Magazine  
In the modern climate, North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW), which forms in the Nordic and Labrador Seas, fills the deep North Atlantic basin.  ...  The global climate was much colder than the modern climate, and the state of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) was very different as a consequence of the glacial climate forcings.  ...  Large SST biases are evident over the Southern Ocean and northern North Atlantic, where AAbW and NADW are formed, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.22498/pages.29.2.84 fatcat:is7dpvk7ofa6tbny66q5ivhcpa

Oceanography: Power of pull

Martin Visbeck
2007 Nature  
OCEANOGRAPHY Power of pull As the complex interplay of forces in the ocean responds to climate change, the dynamics of global ocean circulation are shifting.  ...  Simulation of near-surface ocean current speeds. 383 ESSAY CONCEPTS NATURE|Vol 447|24  ...  Current climate models predict that the Atlantic overturning will slow by 30%. But over the longer term, shifts in pull will matter.  ... 
doi:10.1038/447383a pmid:17522660 fatcat:qatlnifrebebvmhed4nepnn5ke

Benchmark performance of state-of- the-art prediction systems (D4.2)

Daniela Matei
2019 Zenodo  
in the current state-of-art prediction systems.  ...  The Blue-Action WP4 research within Task 4.1 has been mainly focusing on assessing in a mechanistic way the key processes responsible for the Arctic-lower latitude predictive linkages and their representation  ...  With the input fields from atmospheric and oceanic reanalysis data sets, the deep learning technique is indeed able to learn the variability of the Arctic sea ice within historical records and effectively  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3574096 fatcat:wffk6mroebbztelyhxzha573oq


Annette M. Wilson, Julia Eighteen, J Murray Roberts, Marieke Reuver
2020 Zenodo  
This compendium summarises the key achievements of the four-year European Union Horizon 2020 ATLAS project: A trans-Atlantic assessment and deep-sea ecosystem-based spatial management plan for Europe (  ...  ) have been modelled for the North Atlantic Ocean.  ...  and forecast changes under future projected high-emission climate conditions for the whole North Atlantic Ocean.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3925095 fatcat:mx32gtk7h5ahzpzqtn5vpzcxnm

Anomalous North Atlantic Oceanography And Overturning During The Last 250 Years

David Thornalley, Peter T Spooner, Delia Oppo, Pablo Ortega, Jon Robson, Alan Fox, Chris Brierley, Renee Davis, Svetlana Radionovskaya, Jack Wharton, Emma Cooper, Laura Thrower (+8 others)
2018 Zenodo  
ATLAS work package 1 presentation at ATLAS 3rd General Assembly The circulation of the Atlantic Ocean plays an essential role in climate and ecosystems through its redistribution of heat, nutrients and  ...  Here, we provide several lines of paleoceanographic evidence that circulation in the North Atlantic has been anomalous since 1750-1850, including weakened Labrador Sea deep convection, weakened Iceland-Scotland  ...  ATLAS GA 2018 What can we learn from mud 2: Temperature High resolution models suggest AMOC weakening causes prominent warming of shallow basins of NW Atlantic shelf 1)  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1252313 fatcat:ltqilijcqrhkxl22b7j5xgxb5q

CLASS Report Card 2021 [article]

Angela D. Hatton, N. Penny Holliday, Carla M. Sands
2021 Zenodo  
See for more details Funded by the Natural Environment Research Council under grant NE/R015953/1  ...  Report edited by the listed authors. Design by Simon Beasley (NOC) Content provided by the whole CLASS project team.  ...  the impact of climate change on the Atlantic ecosystem.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5235403 fatcat:ae7g2bug7rehljeqm6lqoxabca

Page 417 of Journal of Climate Vol. 20, Issue 3 [page]

2007 Journal of Climate  
Maqueda, 2006: The relation of me- ridional pressure gradients to North Atlantic deep water vol- ume transport in an ocean general circulation model. Climate Dyn., 26, 781-799. Guinehut, S., P.-Y.  ...  Schneider, 2005: Model projec- tions of the North Atlantic thermohaline circulation for the 21st century assessed by observations. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L23710, doi:10.1029/2005GL024368.  ... 

Revealing the impact of global heating on North Atlantic circulation using transparent machine learning

Maike Sonnewald, Redouane Lguensat
2021 Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems  
The North Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is defined as a zonally integrated stream function of meridional volume transport in the Atlantic Basin.  ...  AMOC is central to the global climate and particularly that of northwestern Europe, bringing warm waters north where they become dense and sink (  ...  Acknowledgments The authors are grateful for conversations with a number of colleagues including A. Adcroft, V. Balaji, S. Griffies, J. Le Sommer, S. Yeager and R.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2021ms002496 fatcat:vkf4qgn6yrc3lcfrvsjbdtwpqu

Predicting Atlantic Hurricanes Using Machine Learning

Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera, Raúl Martell-Dubois, Willie Soon, Graciela Velasco Herrera, Sergio Cerdeira-Estrada, Emmanuel Zúñiga, Laura Rosique-de la Cruz
2022 Atmosphere  
We present an original framework utilizing Machine Learning with the purpose of developing models that give insights into the complex relationship between the land–atmosphere–ocean system and tropical  ...  Using the observational patterns obtained by wavelet analysis, we created a long-term probabilistic Bayesian Machine Learning forecast for each of the Atlantic hurricane categories.  ...  Machine Learning Algorithms for Forecasting Hurricane Activity Non-Linear Autoregressive eXogenous (NARX) Model The cyclonic state of the system in the Atlantic Ocean can describe the dynamics of hurricane  ... 
doi:10.3390/atmos13050707 fatcat:xbo4xy4n6jhkvlbwe2hkyuiea4

The southern supplier

Joachim Ribbe
2004 Nature  
Physical processes in the Southern Ocean largely control nutrient distribution in the global marine environment, a finding that further highlights the influence of this oceanic region on Earth's climate  ...  To understand how climate change comes about, and what the future may hold, we need to untangle the linkages between ocean circulation and the productivity of phytoplankton.  ...  on climate change as the North Atlantic.  ... 
doi:10.1038/427023a pmid:14702071 fatcat:jyfe775ksjd25f6faicnjsqnwe

Learning the spatio-temporal relationship between wind and significant wave height using deep learning [article]

Said Obakrim, Valérie Monbet, Nicolas Raillard, Pierre Ailliot
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This work investigates the spatio-temporal relationship between North Atlantic wind and significant wave height (Hs) at an off-shore location in the Bay of Biscay, using a two-stage deep learning model  ...  Ocean wave climate has a significant impact on near-shore and off-shore human activities, and its characterisation can help in the design of ocean structures such as wave energy converters and sea dikes  ...  The goal of this work is to propose a deep learning approach that learns this relationship.  ... 
arXiv:2205.13325v1 fatcat:utmvgc2qtncdjau2tdzuf2kklu

Global climate models: Past, present, and future

M. Stute, A. Clement, G. Lohmann
2001 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
The models provide a laboratory for numerical experiments of climate transitions during the past, present, and future.  ...  Various modeling studies indicate that meltwater of dying continental ice masses might have led to the cessation of North Atlantic deep water formation, slowed down circulation, and cooled northern hemisphere  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.191366098 pmid:11553803 pmcid:PMC58498 fatcat:6iitfjsubjcd7mfzwepwo6ofcu
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