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Volume 05 Issue 01

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Volume 05, No. 1
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A Prototype Fully Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Prediction System

Thomas E. Rosmond
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Coupling of the Navy’s atmosphere and ocean prediction models has a natural place in the Navy’s research mission and is a major goal of meteorologists and oceanographers in the Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory (NOARL) during the 1990s. Navy atmospheric models have been providing valuable support to Navy operations for many years, and computer power now has made operational ocean prediction models feasible.

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Rosmond, T.E. 1992. A prototype fully coupled ocean-atmosphere prediction system. Oceanography 5(1):25–30, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.28.

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