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The Arctic Front and its variability in the Norwegian Sea
Ocean Science Discussions
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> The Arctic Front (AF) in the Norwegian Sea is an important biologically productive region which is well-known for its large feeding schools of pelagic fish. A suite of satellite data, a regional coupled ocean-sea ice data assimilation system (the TOPAZ reanalysis) and atmospheric reanalysis data is used to investigate the variability in the lateral and vertical structure of the AF. A method, the so-called <q>Singularity Analysis</q>, is applied on the satellite anddoi:10.5194/os-2018-159 fatcat:nfmlwviqmrcc3knuamgiborhaa