The Dynamics of Mixed Layer Deepening during Open-Ocean Convection

Convective processes in the open ocean involve the intermittent exchange of large volumes of water via deep-reaching convection that mainly occur in high latitude regions of the ocean. Bishakhdatta Gayen discusses the physical processes controlling transient mixed layer depth during open ocean convection using the two different numerical models. Image courtesy of Bishakhdatta Gayen.

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