XR mesh

Mesh that is designed with resolution following the local Rossby radius. Credits: Dmitry Sein (mesh design), Patrick Scholz (visualization).

This mesh is used in:

Sein, D. V., Koldunov, N. V., Danilov, S., Wang, Q., Sidorenko, D., Fast, I., Rackow, T., Cabos, W. and Jung, T. (2017), Ocean Modeling on A Mesh with Resolution Following the Local Rossby Radius. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 9, 2601–2614. doi:10.1002/2017MS001099

Mesh with focus on the North Atlantic

Mesh that focuses on the high resolution modelling of the North Atlantic, with about 4.5 km horizontal resolution in this region. Credits: Thomas Rackow (mesh design), Patrick Scholz (visualization).

Mesh with 4.5 km resolution in the Arctic

Mesh with the focus on hight resolution Arctic Ocean modelling. Credits: Qiang Wang (mesh design), Patrick Scholz (visualization).

The mesh was used in:

Wang, Q., Wekerle, C., Danilov, S., Wang, X., and Jung, T.: A 4.5 km resolution Arctic Ocean simulation with the global multi-resolution model FESOM1.4, Geosci. Model Dev. Discuss., doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2017-136, in review, 2017.

HR mesh

HR mesh with refinement according to SSH variability. Credits: Dmitry Sein (mesh design), Patrick Scholz (visualization).

This mesh was used in:

Sein, D. V., Koldunov, N. V., Danilov, S., Wang, Q., Sidorenko, D., Fast, I., Rackow, T., Cabos, W. and Jung, T. (2017), Ocean Modeling on A Mesh with Resolution Following the Local Rossby Radius. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 9, 2601–2614. doi:10.1002/2017MS001099

Sein, D. V., Danilov, S., Biastoch, A., Durgadoo, J. V., Sidorenko, D., Harig, S., & Wang, Q. (2016). Designing variable ocean model resolution based on the observed ocean variability. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 8(2), 904-916.

Agulhas mesh (focus on the Agulhas current)

Agulhas mesh (focus on the Agulhas current). Dmitry Sein (mesh design), Patrick Scholz (visualization).

This mesh was used in:

Arne Biastoch, Dmitry Sein, Jonathan V. Durgadoo, Qiang Wang, Sergey Danilov, Simulating the Agulhas system in global ocean models – nesting vs. multi-resolution unstructured meshes, Ocean Modelling, Volume 121, January 2018, Pages 117-131, ISSN 1463-5003, doi: 10.1016/j.ocemod.2017.12.002.

 

 

 

Gulf Stream, 4.5 km. Temperature at 100m.

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 simulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization).  

Fram Strait with 1 km resolution. Temperature at 100 m.

Project: Frontiers in Arctic marine Monitoring program (FRAM). Credits: Claudia Wekerle (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization).

Southern Ocean, 4.5 km resolution. Temperature at 100m.

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 simulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization).

FESOM1.4 global velocity field at 100m

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 sumulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization). 

FESOM1.4 Arctic velocity field at 100m

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 sumulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization).  

FESOM1.4 Antarctic velocity field at 100m

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 sumulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization). 

FESOM 1.4 Arctic sea ice

This image is generated with use of FESOM1.4 sumulation performed in the framework of PRIMAVERA project. Credits: Dmitry Sein (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization). 

FESOM 1.4, North Atlantic velocity field at 100m

Results of FESOM1.4 simulation on the global mesh with 4km resolution in the North Atlantic. Credits: Thomas Rackow (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization). 

FESOM 1.4, temperature field in Gulf Stream region, 100 m depth

Results of FESOM1.4 simulation on the global mesh with 4km resolution in the North Atlantic. Credits: Thomas Rackow (simulation), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization). 

FESOM 2.0, North Atlantic velocity field at 100 m

Results of FESOM2.0 simulations on global meshes with 25, 8 and 4km resolution in the North Atlantic. Credits:  Ozgur Gurses (simulations), Nikolay Koldunov (visualization).