-> Checking the spectral routines (sgs/spectrum-bloom-subs2.f)

- Example time series: Entire series 2-year segment 1-year segment
- Spectra: Periodograms Spectra overlaid Separate plots Variance preserving Running sum of periodograms
- A test with only periodic signals: Time series detail Spectra Running sum of periodograms

- Are These Instabilities? (37 Kb)
- Doppler-shifting of TIW? (54 Kb)
- TAO Meridional Current at 110W during 1984, 85, 88, 90 (22 Kb)

-> Baroclinic mode theoretical stuff (vintage 1993) ....

- A derivation of these modes, with tables Another version (old?)
- Plot of the modes for mid-Pacific stratification (0-4000m) Detail to 1000m

-> Finding vertical modes in the Gent/Cane model (a really cool idea of Dennis's).

- Vertical EOF modes for Gent/Cane model
- Vertical baroclinic modes for Gent/Cane model (u)

Shows the vertical structures and associated horizontal modes for ZONAL current on the equator. - Vertical baroclinic modes for Gent/Cane model (v)

Shows the horizontal modes for MERIDIONAL current on the equator. - Projection of V onto vertical mode 1 Yanai wave

-> From the Battisti version of the Cane/Zebiak ocean model ...

-> A Gent/Cane model run to look at the effect of the 7° TAO wind bias:

-> This is really miscellaneous!

In these figures, "the model" means Gent and Cane ....

- Equatorial and Peru upwelling transport in the model
- Std Dev of evaporative heat flux in the model
- The cold tongue heat balance terms in flux form
- Relation between windspeed and mixed layer depth
- Comparing the NECC in Rong-hua Zhang's and my runs
- Mean meridional circulation comparing the east and central Pacific

-> Horizontal flow in a few layers (Gent/Cane model).

- Temperature and velocity in layer 3
- Temperature and velocity in layer 5
- Temperature and velocity in layer 8

-> An example of the model blowing up.

-> Figures made comparing the the meridional circulation in MOM2 vs CCSM2.

- Work done preparing the PUMP poster for AGU Portland, Jan 04
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