Brady S. Ferster

Brady S. Ferster
Institut Pierre Simon Laplace | IPSL · LOCEAN

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A salient feature of anthropogenic climate change is the enhanced warming of the tropical Indian Ocean (TIO) relative to the tropics. Recent studies show that this warming can remotely modulate the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC). Motivated by these results, we systematically study the sensitivity of the AMOC and Atlantic climate...
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The Southern Ocean (SO) is essential to global ocean circulation and climate variability. The strength and position of the Southern Hemisphere (SH) westerlies are largely thought to be driving recent trends in the SO. We find increasing SH wind speeds between 45° S and 60° S by 0.0075 ± 0.00013 m·s <sup xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML...
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The Southern Ocean (SO) is capable of transporting vast amounts of salt, heat, and nutrients, which allows it to influence and regulate global climate. The variability of depth- and density-integrated volume transports in the SO is studied using the Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean (ECCO), version 4, release 3 (1992-2015), ocean...
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Sea surface salinity (SSS) derived from the multi-satellite missions, NASA’s Aquarius/SAC–D and Soil Moisture Active and Passive (SMAP), and ESA’s Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) are compared and used to estimate horizontal advective salt fluxes in the Southern Ocean (SO). In comparison with an Argo product, all three satellites estimate si...
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The Southern Ocean is the focus of many physical, chemical, and biological analyses due to its global importance and highly variable climate. This analysis of sea surface temperatures (SST) and global teleconnections shows that SSTs are significantly spatially correlated with both the Antarctic Oscillation and the Southern Oscillation, with spatial...

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