Simulating the upper ocean charchertistics of Arabian Sea using Regional Ocean Model System: impact of horizontal resolution
K.B.C.A.O.S, University of Allahabad
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The present study we have evaluated the Arabian Sea variability using regional ocean modeling system which have two different spatial resolutions 17km and 25km. We have evaluated climatology of upper ocean dynamics of the Arabian Sea. The resolution of the model is an important factor in simulating the climatic oceanic features. A comparison of the model resolution is an important factor in simulated physical and ocean fields with observation and the high resolution model outputs reflect the ocean physics and ocean dynamics. The upper ocean dynamics associated with the variability of mixed layer depth, temperature and radiation as well as deep ocean characteristics of temperature, salinity and radiation effects. The comparison of model results with available observation and reanalysis indicates reasonable resemblances in reproducing the spatiotemporal distribution of surface. The study shows that the variability is governed by annual and seasonal high-resolution setup which shows better performance for both season. The increasing resolution shows minimal improvement, indicating the fact that its not always guaranty to enhance the performance towards increasing resolution for every aspect.