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Spatial and Temporal Variability of theM2Internal Tide Generation and Propagation on the Oregon Shelf
Journal of Physical Oceanography
A 1-km-horizontal-resolution model based on the Regional Ocean Modeling System is implemented along the Oregon coast to study average characteristics and intermittency of the M 2 internal tide during summer upwelling. Wind-driven and tidally driven flows are simulated in combination, using realistic bathymetry, atmospheric forcing, and boundary conditions. The study period is April through August 2002, when mooring velocities are available for comparison. Modeled subtidal and tidal variabilitydoi:10.1175/jpo-d-11-02.1 fatcat:if7usyiuzjevvlhsvanpsxystu