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A NESTED OCEAN MODEL FOR THE SICILY STRAIT WITH ZOOMING ON TUNISIA COASTAL AREAS Ali Harzallah
Two aspects : 1.Test the performance of the Mediterranean model to reproduce a realistic response to an atmospheric forcing 2. Nest the coastal model
MEDITERRANEAN SEA MODEL : INSTMED06
TRANSPORT A GIBRALTAR observed & simulated daily forcing 8 Novembre 1994, 3 Avril Avril 1995, 15 Octobre Octobre 1995, 19 Avril Avril 1996, 23 Septembre 1996
MEDITERRANEAN SEA MODEL : INSTMED06 Perpetual SEASONAL CYCLE forcing
MEDITERRANEAN SEA MODEL : INSTMED06
THE TUNISIA COASTS MODEL
Temperature T simulée Image satellitaire Regular model
Salinity model Mesures d’été 1972 Brandhorst (1974).
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North of the Gulf of Tunis Soleil réduit, contrôle, relaxation, MED6, CTD(- -)
NESTED MODEL WITH ZOOM
CIRCULATION GABES ZOOM
CIRCULATION TUNIS ZOOM
SALINITY TUNIS ZOOM
SALINITY GABES ZOOM
Next step : At present both models are nested in the Mediterranean one 2. Force the system with different scenarios 1. Validate with local data
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