WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
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Existing high resolution regional models typically resolve the mean vertical structure of the upper ocean boundary layer. Physically-based parameterizations of vertical fluxes make it possible to account for subgrid mixing at length scales smaller than the layer depth, but no specialized parameterization is used to represent the dynamics of horizontal mixing below the O1km - O10km resolution scale. We aim to determine the physical limitations of subgrid parameterization on these scales.
- Marine Engineering