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» Lecture 1 paper
Pratt, L. J. and P. A. Lundberg, 1991: Hydraulics of rotating strait and sill flow. Ann Rev. Fluid. Mech., 23, 81-106.

» Lecture 2 paper
Price, J. F., and M. O'Neil Barringer, 1994: Outflows and deep water production in marginal seas. Prog. Oceanogr., 33, 161-200.

» Lecture 3 paper
Ferrari, R., A. Mashayek, T. J. McDougall, M. Nikurashin, J.-M. Campin, 2016: Turning ocean mixing upside down. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 46, 2239-2261.

» Lecture 3, paper 2
Polzin,K. L., J. M. Toole, J. R. Ledwell, R. W. Schmitt, 1997: Spatial Variability of Turbulent Mixing
in the Abyssal Ocean. Science, 276, 93-96.

» Lecture 4 paper
Jackson, L., C. W. Hughes, R. G. Williams, 2006: Topographic control of basin and channel flows: The role of bottom pressure torque and friction. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 36, 1786-1805.

» lecture 4 paper 2
Hughes, C. W., and B. A. de Cuevas, 2001: Why western boundary currents in realistic oceans are inviscid: A l ink between form stress and bottom pressure torques. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 31, 2871-2885.

» Lecture 5 paper
Marshall, J. and K. Speer, 2012: Closure of the meridional overturning circulation through Southern Ocean upwelling. Nature Geoscience, 5, 171-180.

» lecture 6 paper
LaCasce, J. H. and P. E. Isachsen, 2010: Progress in Oceanography. doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2009.11.002

» Lecture 7 paper 1
Thompson, A. F., 2008: The atmospheric ocean: eddies and jets in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 366, 4529-4541.

» lecture 7, paper 2
Munk, W. H., and E. Palmen, 1051: Note on the dynamics of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Tellus, 3, 53-55.

» Lecture 8 paper
Munday, D. H., H. Johnson, and D. Marshall, 2013: Eddy saturation of equilibrated circumpolar currents. J. Phys. Oceanogr., doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-095.1

» Lecture 9 paper
Nost, O. A. and P. E. Isachsen, 2003: The large-scale time-mean ocean circulation in the Nordic Seas and Arctic Ocean estimated from simplified dynamics. J. Mar. Res., 61, 175-210.

» lecture 10 paper
Haine et al., 2015: Arctic freshwater export: Status, mechanisms, and prospects. Global and Planetary Change. 125, 13-35.

» lecture 11
Aagaard, K., L. K. Coachman, and E. Carmack, 1981: On the halocline of the Arctic Ocean. Deep-Sea Res., 28A, 529-545.

» lecture 12, paper 1
Manucharyan, G., M. A. Spall, and A. F. Thompson, 2016: A theory of the wind-driven Beaufort Gyre variability. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 46, 3263-3278, https://doi.org/10.1175/JPO-D-16-0091.1.

» lecture 12, paper 2
Meneghello, G., E. Doddridge, J. Marshall, J. Scott, J.-M. Campin, 2020: Exploring the Role of the Ice-Ocean Governor and Mesoscale Eddies in the Equilibration of the Beaufort Gyre: Lessons from Observations. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 50, 269-277

Topographic Effects

Lecture 1:  2/13/24    Hydraulic controls

Lecture 2:  2/27/24       Overflows

Lecture 3:  3/5/24    Abyssal mixing

Lecture 4:  3/12/24  Bottom pressure torque

Southern Ocean

Lecture 5:  3/19/24   Southern Ocean and the MOC

Lecture 6:  4/2/24    Linear models of the ACC

Lecture 7:  4/9/24     Eddies and form stress in the ACC

Lecture 8:  4/16/24   Eddy saturation and compensation

Arctic Ocean

Lecture 9:  4/23/24    Closed f/h contours

Lecture 10: 4/30/24     Exchanges with lower latitudes

Lecture 11:  5/7/24     The halocline

Lecture 12:  5/14/24  The Beaufort Gyre


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