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Interannual North Atlantic Sea surface height dynamics and associated predictability

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A signicant degree of uncertainty is associated with interannual sea surface height (SSH) forecasts. This thesis investigates the physical origins of this uncertainty, by examining the contributions of atmospherically modulated and ocean intrinsic processes to interannual SSH dynamics and its associated interannual predictability. The analysis is based on several numerical simulations at eddy-permitting resolution, ranging in complexity from barotropic and baroclinic models, with idealised ge...

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Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Atmos Ocean & Planet Physics

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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English

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