High resolution modeling and data assimilation in the Monterey Bay area
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A high resolution, data assimilating ocean model of the Monterey Bay area (ICON model) is under development within the framework of the project ‘‘An Innovative Coastal-Ocean Observing Network’’ (ICON) sponsored by the National Oceanographic Partnership Program. The main objective of the ICON model development is demonstration of the capability of a high resolution model to track the major mesoscale ocean features in the Monterey Bay area when constrained by the measurements and nested within a regional larger-scale model.
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