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Modeling the Barrier-Layer Formation in the Southeastern Arabian Sea*
Journal of Climate
The effect of salinity on the formation of the barrier layer (BL) in the southeastern Arabian Sea (SEAS) is investigated using an ocean general circulation model. In accordance with previous studies, the runoff distribution and the India-Sri Lanka passage have a strong impact on the realism of the salinity simulated in the area at seasonal time scales. The model simulates a BL pattern in fairly good agreement with available observations. Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches show that the BL isdoi:10.1175/jcli4112.1 fatcat:nspsaaygajhkdilgjqmbdyldry