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Bergamasco A., Budgell W. P., Chiantore M. C., Aliani S. Downslope processes, deep ventilation and meridional overturning circulation. In: Polar Environment and Climate The challenges International Symposium Organised by the EC Directorate - General for Research Brussels, 5-6 March 2007 European research in the context of the International Polar Year (Brussels, 05-07 Marzo 2007). Proceedings, vol. Climate Change and Natural Hazard Series - 11 pp. 61 - 63. Fouzia DLADZI and Katarzyna JANIAK - EURO PEAN COMMISSION Directorate-General for Research Directorate Environment Climate change and Environmental Risks Unit (eds.). European Communities, 2007.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
The processes governing the continental shelf break and deep ocean interactions are crucial to an understanding of the global climate system. In particular, downslope processes, deep ocean ventilation and meridional oceanic overturning circulation control the main exchange between the Southern Ocean and the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. However, the Southern Hemisphere is often given too little weight in our analyses and this leads to an underestimation of the role of these processes in global climate evolution at the right time scale.
URL: http://ec.europa.eu/research/environment/pdf/polar_env_and_climate_proceedings.pdf
Subject shelf break
deep ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
circulation control
downslope processes
global climate system


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