Shallow Water Analysis and Prediction System for the South China Sea
Chu, Peter C.
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The main goal is to establish a nowcast system for regional seas, including the South China Sea. This system will have the capability of diagnosing three dimensional velocity, temperature, and salinity fields from satellite and sparse in-situ observations. This system will be easily embedded into the prediction system (e.g., Princeton Ocean Model). The combined nowcast/forecast system will greatly enhance existing operational capability.
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