Journal of Physical Oceanography Q1 Unclaimed

American Meteorological Society United States
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Journal of Physical Oceanography focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: current, ocean, variability, waves, gulf, southern, continental, kinetic, transport, eddy, ...

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Languages: English

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Categories: Oceanography (Q1)

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current, ocean, variability, waves, gulf, southern, continental, kinetic, transport, eddy, breaking, dynamics, fieldsturbulence, exchange, gyres, dynamic, dissipation, derived, antarctic, atlanticsubmesoscale, circumpolar, coherent, convection, cooling, currentsthe, dataobservationbased, decades, deepwater, NA

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A Geostrophic Vortex over a Slope*

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A Laboratory Model of Thermocline Depth and Exchange Fluxes across Circumpolar Fronts

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A Model of the Near-Surface Circulation of the Santa Barbara Channel: Comparison with Observations and Dynamical Interpretations

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A Modeling Study of the Climatological Current Field and the Trajectories of Upwelled Particles in the East Australian Current

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A New Lagrangian Model of Arctic Sea Ice

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A Porous-Medium Theory for Barotropic Flow through Ridges and Archipelagos*

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A Simplified General Circulation Model for a Baroclinic Ocean with Topography. Part I: Theory, Waves, and Wind-Driven Circulations

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A Two-Scale Approximation for Efficient Representation of Nonlinear Energy Transfers in a Wind Wave Spectrum. Part I: Theoretical Development

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An Analysis of the Klemp and Durran Radiation Boundary Condition as Applied to Dissipative Internal Waves

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Arctic Ocean Warming Contributes to Reduced Polar Ice Cap

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Barotropic Tides on the North Carolina Shelf*

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Basin Modes in a Tropical-Extratropical Basin*

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Basin-Mode Interactions and Selection by the Mean Flow in a Reduced-Gravity Quasigeostrophic Model

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Can Lagrangian Tracking Simulate Tracer Spreading in a High-Resolution Ocean General Circulation Model?

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Climatological Mean Circulation at the New England Shelf Break

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Deep-Water Flow in the Mariana and Caroline Basins

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Direct Observations of Along-Isopycnal Upwelling and Diapycnal Velocity at a Shelfbreak Front

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Eddies in the Canada Basin, Arctic Ocean, Observed from Ice-Tethered Profilers

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