oceanographic model

oceanographic model

[¦ō·shə·nə¦graf·ik ′mäd·əl]
(oceanography)
A theoretical representation of the marine environment which relates physical, chemical, geological, biological, and other oceanographic properties.
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Valentine and his colleagues recently developed a computer simulation by coupling the Naval Research Laboratory's physical oceanographic model with their own discoveries and knowledge of the microbes responsible for breaking down the chemicals.
Based on this oceanographic model of dispersion, several hypotheses addressing connectivity matrices were developed for the region.
Garrison argues that the oceanographic model maintains an elite history that defines the highs and lows of feminist activism.
As a result of the ongoing climate change, oceanographic models predict an increase in extreme events such as heat waves.
Small differences in the oceanographic models give vastly different estimates of microplastic abundance in these regions.
It will use a mixture of observational measurements to inform the development of realistic oceanographic models based on the hypothesis that mangrove productivity in Qatar is facilitated by an interaction of landscape morphology with tidal asymmetry that drives organic matter input.
The researchers will begin the work by assessing the potential effects of climate change, using oceanographic models on shellfish productivity in the Irish Sea.
The Oregon State scientists are also studying oceanographic models to figure out how much protection is lost when European grass gets edged out by the American kind.
The survey will provide data for oceanographic models of the region and the basis for a better understanding of the impact of tourism of the reef.
Using satellites linking up data from climate stations on buoys in the ocean and land-based facilities, as well as computer-generated oceanographic models, the team of researchers has calculated that the earth retains 0.85 watts of more energy per square metre than it gives off during the same period.
The shoe data can help in testing oceanographic models used to study currents, Ebbesmeyer says.
Using climate scenario driven oceanographic models parameterized by life-history data will make it possible to model how organisms spread and distribute under different future scenarios, as well as effects of different management measures such as MPAs.

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