Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait

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University of Colorado, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research , [Boulder, Colo.]
Energy budget (Geophysics), Geophysics -- Davis St
Statementby R.G. Barry and J. D. Jacobs with R.G. Crane ... [et al.].
SeriesOccasional paper--Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research -- no. 26
ContributionsJacobs, J. D.
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Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait, climatological overview. Energy budget studies over fast ice were carried out near Broughton Island N.W.T.

from June 13 to J Turbulent flux calculations have been performed via an aerodynamic profile approach. Two clearly differentiated energy budget regimes can be related to the stage of decay of the fast by: Seasonal Variations of Sea Ice Extent in the Davis Strait Labrador Sea Area and Relationships with Synoptic Scale Atmospheric Circulation Energy budget studies in.

relation to fast ice. A model for estimating global solar radiation, Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in the Davis Strait.

Energy budget studies at the earth's surface depend critically on good estimates of downward longwave radiation. Improved longwave radiation estimates are important for the correct estimate of net radiation, which in turn controls all the surface energy budget components, including the latent heat flux (Crawford and Duchon, ).Cited by: In Barry, R.G.

and Jacobs, J.D., eds. Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait: climatological overview. Boulder, CO, University of Colorado. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, – (INSTAAR Occasional Paper ). Energy used for metabolism will be R = C - (F + U + P) Energy used in the maintenance will be R + F + U = C - P Endothermy and ectothermy.

Energy budget allocation varies for endotherms and ectotherms. Ectotherms rely on the environment as a heat source while endotherms maintain their body temperature through the regulation of metabolic processes.

Jacobs JD () Radiation climate of Broughton Island. In: Barry RG, Jacobs JD (eds) Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait.

Inst. of Arctic and Alp. Res. Occas. Paper no. University of Colorado, Boulder, pp – Google ScholarCited by: The paleoclimatic interpretation of exotic pollen peaks in holocene records from the eastern Canadian Arctic: A discussion R.A. Keen, R.E. Moritz, E.F. LeDrew and R.L.

Weaver (Editors), Energy Budget Studies in Relation to Fast-Ice Breakup Processes in Davis Strait. E.F. LeDrew, R.L. Weaver (Eds.), Energy Budget Studies in Relation to Cited by:   where R s is the downward solar radiation at the surface and R so is the theoretical clear sky downward solar radiation [Allen et al., ].However, this equation can be used for only daylight hours [Duarte et al., ].We identified clear sky days at the 11 sites as those days having average c values less than [Duarte et al., ].The clear sky calculations were conducted for only Cited by: Advances in Meteorology / / Article.

the concrete structures especially paved roads as well as the high density of industrial processes in the urban environment are favorable for “Radiation climate of Broughton Island,” in Energy Budget Studies in Relation to Fast-Ice Breakup Processes in Davis Strait, R.

Barry Cited by: 2. Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait, climatological overview». Abstract: Research progresses in parameterization schemes for estimating downward shortwave and longwave radiations are reviewed by use of satellite data and ground-based routine observations in recent years.

Based on a comprehensive analysis of the relevant literatures, the theoretical backgrounds of downward shortwave and longwave radiation parameterization schemes are described.

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Energy Budget Studies in Relation to Fast-ice Breakup Processes in Davis Strait: Climatological Overview INSTAAR Occasional Paper 26pp.

(cost: $5) The fast-ice regime in the vicinity of Broughton Island, N.W.T., Canada, is described based on field studies during –75, analysis of satellite imagery, and synoptic climatological.

BENNETT T J.A coupled atmosphere-sea-ice model study of the role of sea-ice in climatic predictability[J].J Atmos Sci, 利用实测的大气观测数据建立陆面模式驱动场,分别驱动Biosphere-AtmosphereTransferScheme(BATS),LandSurfaceModel(LSM),CommonLandModel(CoLM)三个陆面模式,对新疆地区99个测站的陆面热力过程进行了off-line模拟研究,对比分析了三个模式模拟结果的异同,并利用观测的土壤温度检验了各个模式的模拟性能。.

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The average air temperature and water vapor pressure on cloudy days were observed to be higher than those in clear sky days.

Figures 5 and 6 show the average daily air temperature and water vapor pressure, respectively, at the study sites during the dry season. During the clear sky days, the wetland had the smallest surface albedo (about ~ for small zenith angle, [26]), which resulted.

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Jacobs, (Eds.). Energy budget studies in relation to fast-ice breakup processes in Davis Strait. Katabatic wind interaction with Inexpressible Island, Terra Nova Bay D.H. BROMWICH Institute of Polar Studies Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio Each winter, Terra Nova Bay (figure 1) is kept mostly free of.

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[11] R top, the net radiation at the top of atmosphere (TOA), represents the difference between the TOA net solar Figure 1. Polar cap and Arctic Ocean domains used in this study. Major geographic features referred to in the text are also indicated.

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Previous studies on measurement of some radiation components (incoming shortwave radiation or net energy balance) focused on specific land use type, such as grass, short vegetation, bare soil, forest, and few crops, but disregarded urban areas and water-covered areas [].

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The measurements are the first dissipation observations from a region where extreme-amplitude, nonlinear internal waves loose their energy in shallow water.

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