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SCENARIO: New approaches to ocean state analysis for climate and forecasting applications (SC2023_43)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Reconstructing present-day and past ocean temperature salinity and circulation states is critical both to making long-range weather and climate forecasts and for understanding how the ocean has responded over the last century to imbalances in the Earth’s energy budget due to global warming. Read more

Improving future predictions of the ocean biological pump in climate models

Project Background . The ocean regulates the Earth’s climate via, in large part, the biological carbon pump (BCP). The BCP comes from the coupling between the marine ecosystem and the settling of particles into the deep sea, resulting in a net removal of atmospheric CO2. Read more

Ocean-atmosphere-ice interactions on the Antarctic continental shelf (HEYWOOD_UENV23ARIES)

Scientific background . The Southern Ocean is a critical component of the global climate system, where heat is lost from the ocean to the atmosphere, strong winds stir and mix the waters, and sea ice forms and melts. Read more

Resolving ocean convection: new knowledge for a changing Antarctica

Convection is an important, but poorly understood ocean process. Convection diverts heat away from the melting Antarctic ice shelves by transporting cold and salty water from the ocean surface to depth. Read more

Assessing changes in astronomical tides on global scales

Project Rationale. Tides are one of the most persistent and dominant forces on our planet. Tides influence coastal flooding and erosion, navigation, sediment transport, mixing and dissipation. Read more

Microplastics and carbon sequestration: identifying links and impacts

Project Rationale. The downward sinking flux of marine organic particles (e.g. as marine snow and faecal pellets) removes large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to the deep ocean where it is stored for centuries – a process known as the biological carbon pump (BCP). Read more

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