Advances from the Southwest Pacific Ocean circulation and climate experiment (SPICE)
journal contributionposted on 2023-05-21, 18:25 authored by Ganachaud, A, Bowen, M, Brassington, G, Cai, W, Cravatte, S, Davis, R, Gourdeau, L, Hasegawa, T, Hill, K, Neil HolbrookNeil Holbrook, Kessler, W, Maes, C, Melet, A, Qiu, B, Ridgway, K, Roemmich, D, Schiller, A, Send, U, Sloyan, B, Sprintall, J, Steinberg, C, Sutton, P, Verron, J, Widlansky, M, Wiles, P
Endorsed by CLIVAR in 2008, the Southwest Pacific Ocean Circulation and Climate Experiment (SPICE) is an international research project which aims to understand the southwest Pacific Ocean circulation, as well as its direct and indirect influence on both regional and basin-scale climate, and the South Pacific Convergence Zone (SPCZ). SPICE was designed to measure and monitor the ocean circulation, and to validate and improve numerical models.
Publication titleCLIVAR Exchanges No. 61
Department/SchoolIntegrated Marine Observing System
PublisherInternational CLIVAR Project Office
Place of publicationUK
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