LAOP LAGRANGIAN STUDIES OF OCEANIC PROCESSES: CONNECTIVITY PATTERNS, BARRIERS TO TRANSPORT AND MARINE POPULATIONS

  • P.I.: Cristóbal López
  • Start date: Jan. 1, 2016
  • End date: Dec. 31, 2018

The general objective of this proposal is the study of Lagrangian transport in the oceans with tools borrowed from nonlinear physics, and their influence on marine ecosystems.

Researchers

  • Emilio Hernández-García

    Emilio Hernández-García

  • Cristóbal López

    Cristóbal López

  • Gabor Drotos

    Gabor Drotos

  • Rebeca de la Fuente

    Rebeca de la Fuente

  • Pedro Monroy

    Pedro Monroy

  • Alessandro Sozza

    Alessandro Sozza

Recent Publications

The Forced Response of the El Niño–Southern Oscillation–Indian Monsoon Teleconnection in Ensembles of Earth System Models

Bodai,Tamas;Drotos,Gabor;Herein,Matyas;Lunkeit,Frank;Lucarini,Valerio
Journal of Climate 33, 2163-2182 (2020)

Global variability in radiative-convective equilibrium with a slab ocean under a wide range of CO2 concentrations

Drotos,Gabor;Becker,Tobias;Mauritsen,Thorsten;Stevens,Bjorn
Tellus 72, 1-19 (2020)

The Theory of Parallel Climate Realizations

Tel,Tamas;Bodai,Tamas;Drotos,Gabor;Haszpra,Timea;Herein,Matyas;Kaszas,Balint;Vincze,Miklos
Journal of Statistical Physics in press, (2019)

Spatial inhomogeneities in the sedimentation of biogenic particles in ocean flows: analysis in the Benguela region

Monroy, Pedro; Drotos, Gabor; Hernandez-Garcia, Emilio; Lopez, Cristobal
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 124, 4744--4762 (2019)

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