An assessment of ten ocean reanalyses in the polar regions

Petteri Uotila, Hugues Goosse, Keith Haines, Matthieu Chevallier, Antoine Barthelemy, Clement Bricaud, Jim Carton, Neven Fuckar, Gilles Garric, Doroteaciro Iovino, Frank Kauker, Meri Korhonen, Vidar S. Lien, Marika Marnela, Francois Massonnet, Davi Mignac, K. Andrew Peterson, Remon Sadikni, Li Shi, Steffen TietscheTakahiro Toyoda, Jiping Xie, Zhaoru Zhang

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Global and regional ocean and sea ice reanalysis products (ORAs) are increasingly used in polar research, but their quality remains to be systematically assessed. To address this, the Polar ORA Intercomparison Project (Polar ORA-IP) has been established following on from the ORA-IP project. Several aspects of ten selected ORAs in the Arctic and Antarctic were addressed by concentrating on comparing their mean states in terms of snow, sea ice, ocean transports and hydrography. Most polar diagnostics were carried out for the first time in such an extensive set of ORAs. For the multi-ORA mean state, we found that deviations from observations were typically smaller than individual ORA anomalies, often attributed to offsetting biases of individual ORAs. The ORA ensemble mean therefore appears to be a useful product and while knowing its main deficiencies and recognising its restrictions, it can be used to gain useful information on the physical state of the polar marine environment.
Originalspråkengelska
TidskriftClimate Dynamics
Volym52
Utgåva3-4
Sidor (från-till)1613–1650
Antal sidor38
ISSN1432-0894
DOI
StatusPublicerad - feb 2019
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Uotila, P., Goosse, H., Haines, K., Chevallier, M., Barthelemy, A., Bricaud, C., ... Zhang, Z. (2019). An assessment of ten ocean reanalyses in the polar regions. Climate Dynamics, 52(3-4), 1613–1650. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-018-4242-z
Uotila, Petteri ; Goosse, Hugues ; Haines, Keith ; Chevallier, Matthieu ; Barthelemy, Antoine ; Bricaud, Clement ; Carton, Jim ; Fuckar, Neven ; Garric, Gilles ; Iovino, Doroteaciro ; Kauker, Frank ; Korhonen, Meri ; Lien, Vidar S. ; Marnela, Marika ; Massonnet, Francois ; Mignac, Davi ; Peterson, K. Andrew ; Sadikni, Remon ; Shi, Li ; Tietsche, Steffen ; Toyoda, Takahiro ; Xie, Jiping ; Zhang, Zhaoru. / An assessment of ten ocean reanalyses in the polar regions. I: Climate Dynamics. 2019 ; Vol. 52, Nr. 3-4. s. 1613–1650.
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Uotila P, Goosse H, Haines K, Chevallier M, Barthelemy A, Bricaud C et al. An assessment of ten ocean reanalyses in the polar regions. Climate Dynamics. 2019 feb;52(3-4):1613–1650. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-018-4242-z