Impact of an equatorward shift of the SH westerlies on the carbon cycle

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A control and 4 deg equatorward SH westerly wind shift (PTB) experiments are performed with the MOM5-SIS-WOMBAT (1/4 degree horizontal resolution) model. The impact of the 4 deg equatorward SH westerly wind shift on the oceanic circulation and ocean biogeochemistry is investigated. Methods and results are described in Gray W., de Lavergne C., Wills, R.C.J., Menviel, L., Spence, P., Holzer M., Kageyama, M., Michel, E., Poleward shift in the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds synchronous with the deglacial rise in CO2, 2021, In review
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2021-12-08
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SH westerly winds
Ocean Circulation
Atmospheric CO2
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download CTR-tauy.nc 2.83 MB The Network Common Data Form
download SHeq-tauy.nc 2.82 MB The Network Common Data Form
download SHeq-taux.nc 2.67 MB The Network Common Data Form
download EqSH4-STFDIC-116-125.nc 71.23 MB The Network Common Data Form
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