Andrew C. Coward mostly deals with Climatology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Sea ice and Arctic. His research on Climatology often connects related topics like Bottom water. In the subject of general Oceanography, his work in Antarctic Bottom Water and Antarctic ice sheet is often linked to Atlas, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His research in Sea ice intersects with topics in Sea level and Ice sheet. His work in the fields of Arctic dipole anomaly, Arctic sea ice decline and Arctic geoengineering overlaps with other areas such as Halocline. His Thermohaline circulation research integrates issues from Ocean gyre and Physical oceanography.
His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Thermohaline circulation and Ocean current. His study in North Atlantic Deep Water, Sea surface temperature, Boundary current, Sea ice and Forcing is carried out as part of his studies in Climatology. His North Atlantic Deep Water research is multidisciplinary, relying on both North Atlantic oscillation and Gulf Stream.
His Arctic, Arctic dipole anomaly, Current, The arctic and Arctic sea ice decline study are his primary interests in Oceanography. While the research belongs to areas of Thermohaline circulation, he spends his time largely on the problem of Ocean gyre, intersecting his research to questions surrounding New production. His Ocean current research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trajectory, Ocean general circulation model, Geophysics and Advection.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Arctic and Sea ice. His study in Sea surface temperature, Arctic dipole anomaly, Boundary current, North Atlantic Deep Water and North Atlantic oscillation falls under the purview of Climatology. His Boundary current study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Middle latitudes and Ocean gyre.
His study in Oceanography focuses on Thermohaline circulation, Continental shelf, Ocean current, Arctic sea ice decline and Ocean dynamics. Andrew C. Coward focuses mostly in the field of Arctic sea ice decline, narrowing it down to topics relating to Arctic geoengineering and, in certain cases, Arctic ecology. His work on Sea ice thickness, Antarctic sea ice and Cryosphere as part of general Sea ice study is frequently linked to Polar and Phase, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Andrew C. Coward mostly deals with Climatology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Thermohaline circulation and Arctic. His Sea surface temperature, Boundary current, North Atlantic oscillation, Ocean current and Arctic sea ice decline investigations are all subjects of Climatology research. His Sea surface temperature study incorporates themes from Climate change and Equator.
His study of Environmental science brings together topics like Atmosphere and Sea ice. His studies in Thermohaline circulation integrate themes in fields like Sea ice concentration, Fast ice, Drift ice and Iceberg. His Arctic study deals with Continental shelf intersecting with Beaufort Gyre, Ekman transport, Canada Basin and Baroclinity.
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North Atlantic simulations in Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments phase II (CORE-II). Part I: Mean states
Gokhan Danabasoglu;Steve G. Yeager;David Bailey;Erik Behrens.
Ocean Modelling (2014)
The Arctic Circumpolar Boundary Current
Yevgeny Aksenov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;Vladimir V. Ivanov;A. J. George Nurser;Sheldon Bacon.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
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)
What controls primary production in the Arctic Ocean? Results from an intercomparison of five general circulation models with biogeochemistry
Ekaterina E. Popova;Andrew Yool;Andrew C. Coward;Frederic Dupont.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
North Atlantic simulations in Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments phase II (CORE-II). Part II: Inter-annual to decadal variability
Gokhan Danabasoglu;Steve G. Yeager;Who M. Kim;Erik Behrens.
Ocean Modelling (2016)
The North Atlantic subpolar circulation in an eddy-resolving global ocean model
Alice Marzocchi;Joël J.-M. Hirschi;N. Penny Holliday;Stuart A. Cunningham;Stuart A. Cunningham.
Journal of Marine Systems (2015)
Control of primary production in the Arctic by nutrients and light: insights from a high resolution ocean general circulation model
E. E. Popova;A. Yool;A. C. Coward;Y. K. Aksenov.
A Multiprocessor Ocean General Circulation Model Using Message Passing
David J. Webb;Andrew C. Coward;Beverly A. de Cuevas;Catherine S. Gwilliam.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (1997)
The Fram atlas of the Southern Ocean
David J. Webb;Peter D. Killworth;Andrew C. Coward;Simon R. Thompson.
The North Atlantic inflow to the Arctic Ocean: High-resolution model study
Yevgeny Aksenov;Sheldon Bacon;Andrew C. Coward;A.J. George Nurser.
Journal of Marine Systems (2010)
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