6 References

6.1 POP development

Dukowicz, J. K. and R. D. Smith, 1994: Implicit Free-Surface Method for the Bryan-Cox-Semtner Ocean Model, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 7991-8014.

Dukowicz, J.K., R. D. Smith and R.C. Malone, 1993: A Reformulation and Implementation of the Bryan-Cox-Semtner Ocean Model on the Connection Machine, Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 10, 195-208.

Jones, P.W., 1997: The Los Alamos Parallel Ocean Program (POP) and Coupled Model on MPP and Clustered SMP Computers, in Making its Mark -- The Use of Parallel Processors in Meteorology, ed. G. R. Hoffmann (World Scientific Publishing).

Smith, R. D., J. K. Dukowicz, and R. C. Malone, 1992: Parallel Ocean General Circulation Modeling, Physica D, 60, 38-61.

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6.2 POP simulations

Best, S. E., V. O. Ivchenko, K. J. Richards, R. D. Smith, R. C. Malone, 1999: Eddies in numerical models of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and their influence on the mean flow, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 29, 328-350.

Fu, L.-L. and R. D. Smith, 1996: Global ocean circulation from satellite altimetry and high-resolution computer simulation, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 11, 2625-2636.

Maltrud, M. E., R. D. Smith, A. J. Semtner, R. C. Malone, 1998: Global eddy resolving ocean simulations driven by 1985-1994 atmospheric winds, J. Geophys. Res., 103, C13, 30825-30853.

McClean, J., M. E. Maltrud, and A. J. Semtner, 1997: Comparison of the LANL POP model and observations in the South Atlantic. International WOCE Newsletter, 28.

Smith, R. D., M. E. Maltrud, F. O. Bryan, and M. W. Hecht, 1999: Numerical Simulation of the North Atlantic Ocean at 1/10, submitted to J. Phys. Oceanogr.

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6.3 Other POP topics

Dukowicz, J. K., 1994: Computational Efficiency of the Hybrid Penalty-Pseudocompressibility Method for Incompressible Flow, Computers & Fluids , 23, 479-486.

Dukowicz, J. K., 1997: Steric Sea Level in the Los Alamos POP Code -- Non-Boussinesq Effects, in Numerical methods in atmospheric and oceanic modelling: The Andre Robert Memorial volume (C. Lin, R. Laprise, H. Richie, Eds.), Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographical Society, Ottawa, Canada, p. 533-546.

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6.4 Other references

Barnier, B., L. Siefridt, and P. Marchesiello, 1995: Thermal forcing for a global ocean circulation model using a three-year climatology of ECMWF analyses, J. Mar. Syst., 6, 363-380.

Brown, J.A. and K.A. Campana, 1978: An economical time-differencing system for numerical weather prediction. Mon. Weather Rev., 106,1125-1136.

Gent, P.R., 1991: The heat budget of the TOGA-COARE domain in an ocean model. J. Geophys. Res., 96, 323-333.

Gent, P.R. and J.C. McWilliams, 1990: Isopycnal mixing in ocean circulation models. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 20, 150-155.

Large, W.G., McWilliams, J.C. and Doney, S.C., 1994: Oceanic Vertical Mixing: A Review and a Model with a Nonlocal Boundary Layer Parameterization, Reviews of Geophysics, 32, 363-403.

McDougall, T. J., D. R. Jackett, D. G. Wright, and R. Feistel, 2002: Accurate and computationally efficient algorithms for potential temperature and density of seawater. J. of Atmos. and Oceanic Tech. Submitted.

Pacanowski, R.C. and S.G.H. Philander, 1981: Parameterization of vertical mixing in numerical models of the tropical oceans. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 11, 1443-1451.

Peters, H., M.C. Gregg and J.M. Toole, 1988: On the parameterization of equatorial turbulence. J. Geophys. Res., 93, 1199-1218.

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