Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay

I. Shulman, Chau-Ron Wu, J. K. Lewis, J. D. Paduan, L. K. Rosenfeld, S. R. Ramp, M. S. Cook, J. C. Kindle, D. S. Ko

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Abstract

The development of a high-resolution, data assimilating model of Monterey Bay area (MBa model) is one of the tasks of the project 'An Innovative Coastal-Ocean Observing Network' (ICON) sponsored by the National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP). The objectives of this task are: 1) development of a fine-resolution, hydrodynamic model of the Monterey Bay area capable of resolving the temporal and spatial scales of corresponding oceanic processes and bringing together the unique oceanographic data sources available in this area; 2) development of technology for coupling the Monterey Bay area model with the Pacific West Coast model; and 3) development and implementation of data-assimilating capability for HF radar-derived surface velocity fields into the hydrodynamic model of the Monterey Bay area. Different scientific issues related to model initialization, forcing, open boundary conditions, and model spin-up are discussed. The results of model development, validation and verification, as well as HF radar data assimilation issues are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Pages980-994
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2000 Jan 1
EventProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling - New Orleans, LA, USA
Duration: 1999 Nov 31999 Nov 5

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OtherProceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling
CityNew Orleans, LA, USA
Period99/11/399/11/5

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Data Model
Numerical models
High Resolution
Hydrodynamic Model
Radar
Open Boundary Conditions
Data Assimilation
Model
Verification and Validation
Spin Models
Initialization
Ocean
hydrodynamics
Velocity Field
Forcing
radar
Hydrodynamics
data assimilation
boundary condition
Coastal zones

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  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology

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Shulman, I., Wu, C-R., Lewis, J. K., Paduan, J. D., Rosenfeld, L. K., Ramp, S. R., ... Ko, D. S. (2000). Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay. 980-994. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling, New Orleans, LA, USA, .

Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay. / Shulman, I.; Wu, Chau-Ron; Lewis, J. K.; Paduan, J. D.; Rosenfeld, L. K.; Ramp, S. R.; Cook, M. S.; Kindle, J. C.; Ko, D. S.

2000. 980-994 Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling, New Orleans, LA, USA, .

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Shulman, I, Wu, C-R, Lewis, JK, Paduan, JD, Rosenfeld, LK, Ramp, SR, Cook, MS, Kindle, JC & Ko, DS 2000, 'Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay', Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling, New Orleans, LA, USA, 99/11/3 - 99/11/5 pp. 980-994.
Shulman I, Wu C-R, Lewis JK, Paduan JD, Rosenfeld LK, Ramp SR et al. Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay. 2000. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling, New Orleans, LA, USA, .
Shulman, I. ; Wu, Chau-Ron ; Lewis, J. K. ; Paduan, J. D. ; Rosenfeld, L. K. ; Ramp, S. R. ; Cook, M. S. ; Kindle, J. C. ; Ko, D. S. / Development of the high resolution, data assimilating numerical model of the Monterey Bay. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Estuarine Coastal Modeling, New Orleans, LA, USA, .15 p.
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