[MITgcm-support] Salinity budget tendencies
mattia.almansi at jhu.edu
Tue May 30 13:24:36 EDT 2017
So, I can't use TOTSTEND but I can use the KPP, DF, ADV, and SFLUX
2017-05-30 12:23 GMT-04:00 Martha Buckley <marthabuckley at gmail.com>:
> the TOTSTEND diagnostic was not designed for the nonlinear free surface
> case. Instead you should use snapshots of salt and eta (free surface
> height) to calculate the tendency.
> On Tue, May 30, 2017 at 12:13 PM, Mattia Almansi <mattia.almansi at jhu.edu>
>> Hi all,
>> This is Mattia Almansi and I'm a Ph.D. student at JHU.
>> I'm trying to close the salinity budget for a non-linear free surface/z*
>> coordinates configuration.
>> I'm using the same procedure explained here:
>> However, my salinity budget tendencies are not equal to TOTSTEND.
>> Why this method does not work for non-linear free surface configurations?
>> Which diagnostics should I use?
>> Mattia Almansi,
>> Ph.D. Student,
>> Johns Hopkins University,
>> Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences,
>> 315 Olin Hall - 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
>> e-mail: mattia.almansi at jhu.edu
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> Martha W. Buckley
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Johns Hopkins University,
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences,
315 Olin Hall - 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
e-mail: mattia.almansi at jhu.edu
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