Atlantic ocean heat transport enabled by Indo-Pacific heat uptake and mixing

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Abstract
This dataset contains post-processed output from 10 years of a MOM5-SIS 1/4-degree global ocean sea-ice model simulation forced by CORE-NYF forcing (MOM025 Control). MOM025 Control was initialized from the end of a similar 500 year simulation with no background vertical diffusivity (the κB = 0 case considered by Holmes et al. 2019 J. Phys. Oceanogr., 49  (1), 141-161, https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-18-0098.1) and then run for an additional 111 years to equilibrate to the change in κB. This dataset contains Matlab .mat files of post-processed data from the last 10 years of output. This post-processed data includes all the data required to produce plots of ocean heat transport in temperature-latitude coordinates as used in Holmes et al. (2019) Atlantic ocean heat transport enabled by Indo-Pacific heat uptake and mixing, Geophysical Research Letters, https://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2019GL085160. Matlab processing routines used for analysis and plotting of the heat budget in latitude-temperature coordinates are available at https://github.com/rmholmes/MOM_diatherm_analysis/tree/2019GL085160
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Ferrari, Raffaele
Thompson, Andrew
Newsom, Emily
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2019
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ocean heat transport
turbulent mixing
climate model simulation
770305 Oceanic Processes (excl. Climate Related)
UNSW Faculty
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