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https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-14-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-14-2023
27 Sep 2023
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 | 27 Sep 2023 | OSR7 | Chapter 4.2

Recent variations in oceanic transports across the Greenland–Scotland Ridge

Michael Mayer, Takamasa Tsubouchi, Susanna Winkelbauer, Karin Margretha H. Larsen, Barbara Berx, Andreas Macrander, Doroteaciro Iovino, Steingrímur Jónsson, and Richard Renshaw

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This paper compares oceanic fluxes across the Greenland–Scotland Ridge (GSR) from ocean reanalyses to largely independent observational data. Reanalyses tend to underestimate the inflow of warm waters of subtropical Atlantic origin and hence oceanic heat transport across the GSR. Investigation of a strong negative heat transport anomaly around 2018 highlights the interplay of variability on different timescales and the need for long-term monitoring of the GSR to detect forced climate signals.
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