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A nested model for Barcelona harbour

AuthorsSolé, Jordi ; Grifoll, Manel; Espino, Manuel
Issue Date13-Oct-2010
CitationEOF 2010 I Encuentro de la Oceanografía Física Española. Libro de resúmenes: 43 (2010)
AbstractIn this work we present the results for the implementation of the ROMS model (www.myroms.org) in the Catalan Sea in three nested domains (A, B and C). The first model domain (A) includes the Gulf of Lions at the north down to Eivissa channel as a Southern boundary. This model domain is implemented at 2 km resolution. The second nested domain (B) is centered in the Catalan shelf at 200 m resolution. Finally the third domain (C) includes Barcelona harbour with 30x30 m resolution. The model is ran using climatological settings at the boundaries and atmosferic fields coming from ECMWF (ERA interim) as a first model test. The models are also implemented with a coupled plankton model (bio‐Fennel) which gives information on the primary production in the area. As expected, the main oceanographic features in the A domain are well represented and the increasing resolution in the B and C domains shows richer patterns (eddies and filaments). The future work in the framework of l'Oceà (www.locea.org) will be to use this nested setup to implement finer resolution models in the coastal shelf areas (bays and harbours) of (scientific and socio‐economic) interest
DescriptionI Encuentro de la Oceanografía Física Española (EOF), 13-15 de octubre 2010, Barcelona
Publisher version (URL)http://www.locea.org/index.php/noticias/eventos/51-libro-de-resumenes
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