Adrian L. New focuses on Oceanography, Bay, Climatology, Continental shelf and Ocean current. His work on Bathymetry and Thermohaline circulation as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Sill, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Thermocline research extends to the thematically linked field of Bay.
His research in Thermocline intersects with topics in Sea surface temperature and Richardson number. His work deals with themes such as Latitude, Climate model, Eddy and Unified Model, Meteorology, which intersect with Climatology. His Ocean current research incorporates elements of Water mass, Isopycnal, Circulation and Sea-surface height.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Oceanography, Internal wave, Ocean current and Bay. His Climatology research includes themes of Climate model and Ocean gyre. His study in the field of Water mass, North Atlantic Deep Water and Bathymetry is also linked to topics like Mixing and Phytoplankton.
His work carried out in the field of Internal wave brings together such families of science as Thermocline, Geophysics, Wind wave and Synthetic aperture radar. His Ocean current research integrates issues from Hydrography, Meteorology and Isopycnal. His research integrates issues of Continental shelf, Shelf break, Deep sea and Internal tide in his study of Bay.
Climatology, Climate model, Oceanography, High resolution and Sea surface temperature are his primary areas of study. His Climatology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Ocean gyre. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmosphere and Atmospheric sciences.
Water mass, Salinity and Stratification is closely connected to Convection in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Atmosphere. His Oceanography research is mostly focused on the topic Gulf Stream. The study incorporates disciplines such as Heat budget and Northern Hemisphere in addition to Sea surface temperature.
Adrian L. New spends much of his time researching Ocean current, Climatology, Marine debris, Marine engineering and Lagrangian analysis. His Ocean current study is concerned with the larger field of Oceanography. His study in Climatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Jet stream and Ocean gyre.
Marine debris is intertwined with Stokes drift and Flaperon in his study.
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Circulation characteristics in three eddy-permitting models of the North Atlantic
Jürgen Willebrand;Bernard Barnier;Claus Böning;Christian Dieterich.
Progress in Oceanography (2001)
U.K. HiGEM: The New U.K. High-Resolution Global Environment Model― Model Description and Basic Evaluation
Leonard Christopher Shaffrey;I. Stevens;Warwick Norton;M. J. Roberts.
Journal of Climate (2009)
Propagation of internal tides from the upper slopes of the Bay of Biscay
R. D. Pingree;G. T. Mardell;A. L. New.
Dense aggregations of a hexactinellid sponge, Pheronema carpenteri, in the Porcupine Seabight (northeast Atlantic Ocean), and possible causes
A.L Rice;M.H Thurston;A.L New.
Progress in Oceanography (1990)
Internal tidal mixing in the Bay of Biscay
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1988)
Computations of overturning waves
A. L. New;P. McIver;D. H. Peregrine.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1985)
Eddy-permitting ocean circulation hindcasts of past decades
Bernard Barnier;Laurent Brodeau;Julien Le Sommer;Jean-Marc Molines.
CLIVAR Exchanges, 42 (12 (3)). pp. 8-10. (2007)
Local generation of internal soliton packets in the central bay of Biscay
A.L. New;R.D. Pingree.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1992)
Downward propagation of internal tidal energy into the Bay of Biscay
R.D. Pingree;A.L. New.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1989)
Abyssal penetration and bottom reflection of internal tidal energy in the bay of Biscay
R. D. Pingree;A. L. New.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (1991)
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