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12 November 2009

SCOR/IAPSO WG 129 DOES Bibliography

A bibliography of research papers on Deep Sea Exchange with the Shelf (DOES) has been assembled by the members of the SCOR/IAPSO Working Group 129.

The papers have been distributed under the following ten main headings:

1. Early Work and General Theory (including wind driven up and downwelling, coastal trapped waves, the surface and bottom boundary layer and general topographic effects),

2. Eastern Boundary Currents (including coasts of Chile. Peru, Western North America, Iberia, North West Africa, Namibia and South Africa and West Australia),

2a. NE Atlantic, 2b. SE Atlantic, 2c. SE Indian Ocean,

2d, SE Pacific, 2e. NE Pacific, 2f. General,

3. Eddies, filaments, meanders, fronts and separation,

4. Southern and Northern Boundary Currents (including Antarctica, Southern Australia and the Arctic Ocean),

4a. around Antarctica, 4b. southern Australian coast, 4c. Arctic,

5. Western Boundary Currents (including the Gulf Stream, the Kuroshio, the East Australia, Agulhas, Somali and Brazil currents),

5a. NW Atlantic, 5b. NW Pacific, 5c. East Australia Current,

5d. Agulhas Current, 5e. NW Indian Ocean, 5f. SW Atlantic,,

6. Canyons and Capes (including coastal and topographic features),

7. Density Driven Exchange (including outflows from shelves, large estuaries, straits, and gulfs),

8. Mixing by Internal Tides, Internal Waves and Solitons,

9. Miscellaneous (including Straits, Gulfs, Inland Seas and Islands),

10. Review articles and books.

Each paper has generally been listed under only one heading, the one that seemed most appropriate. Please report any errors in this respect. Quite a few of the references in sections 3 and 6 do refer to the geographical areas in sections 2, 4, 5 and 9.

The Working Group knows that this is only a selection of the papers on DOES topics. If you would like to contribute further papers to this bibliography, please send your suggestions to Preferably in the same style of reference as used in the bibliography.

1. Early Work and General Theory

Allen, J.S., 1973. Upwelling and coastal jets in a continuously stratified ocean. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 3, 245-257.

Authur, R.S., 1965. On the circulation of vertical motion in eastern boundary currents from determinations of horizontal motion. Journal of Geophysical Research, 70, 2799-2803.

Austin, J. A. and S. J. Lentz, 2002. The inner shelf response to wind-driven upwelling and downwelling. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 32, 2171-2193.

Barth, J.A. and P.A. Wheeler, 2005. Introduction to special section: Coastal advances in shelf transport. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 110, C10S01.

Berntsen, J and G. Furnes, 2005. Internal pressure errors in sigma-coordinate ocean models in sensitivity of the growth of the flow to the time-stepping methods and possible non-hydrostatic effects. Continental Shelf Research, 25, 829-848.

Birchfield, G. E., 1973. An Ekman model of coastal currents in a lake or shallow sea. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 3, 419-428.

Brink, K. H., 1982. A comparison of long coastal trapped wave theory with observations off Peru. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 12, 897-913.

Brink, K. H.,1998. Wind-driven currents over the continental shelf. In: The Global Coastal Ocean Processes and Methods, The Sea, volume 10, K.H. Brink and A.R. Robinson, editors, J. Wiley and Sons, New York, 3-20.

Brink, K. H., 2005. Coastal Physical Processes Overview. The Sea, volume 13, A.R. Robinson and K. H. Brink, editors, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 37–60.

Brink, K. H. and T. J. Cowles, 1991. The coastal transition zone program. Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 14637-14647..

Chapman, D.C., 1987. Application of wind-forced long, coastal-trapped wave theory along the Californian Coast. Journal of Geophysical research, 92, 1798-1816.

Chapman, D. C. and K. H. Brink, 1987. Shelf and slope circulation induced by fluctuating offshore forcing. Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 11,741-11,759.

Charney, J.G., 1995. The generation of ocean currents by wind. Journal of Marine Research, 14, 477-498.

Chassignet, E.P., H.E.Hurlburt, O. Smedstad, G. Halliwell, A. Wallcroft, E.Metzger, B. Blanton, C. Lozano, D. Rao, P.Hogan and A. Srinivasan, 2006. Generalised vertical coordinates for eddy-resolving global and coastal ocean forecasts. Oceanography 19, 20-31

Clarke, A. J., and C. Shi, 1991. Critical frequencies at ocean boundaries. Journal of Geophysical Research, 96, 10731-10738.

Clarke, A.J., and S. Van Gorder, 1986. A method of estimating wind-driven frictional time-dependent, stratified shelf and slope water flow. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 16,1013-1028.

Clarke, A.J., and S. Van Gorder, 1994. On ENSO coastal currents and sea levels. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 24, 661-680.

Crawford, W. R., and R. E. Thomson, 1984. Diurnal-period continental shelf waves along Vancouver Island: A comparison of observations with theoretical models. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14, 1629-1646.

Csanady, G.T., 1968. Motions in a model great lake due to a suddenly imposed wind. Journal of Geophysical Research, 73, 6435-6447.

Csanady, G.T., 1978. The arrested topographic wave. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 8, 47-62.

Csanady, G.T., and P. Hamilton, 1988. Circulation of slopewater. Continental Shelf Research, 8, 565-624.

De Szoeke, R.A. and J.G. Richman, 1984. On wind driven mixed layers with strong horizontal gradients - a theory with application to coastal upwelling. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14, 364-377.

Ekman, V.W., 1905. On the influence of the Earth’s rotation on ocean currents. Archives of Mathematics, Astronomy and Physics, 8, No.11.

Enriquez, A. G. and C. A. Friehe, 1995. Effects of wind stress and wind stress curl variability on coastal upwelling. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 25, 1651-1671.

Frankignoulle, M.,2002. 32nd International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics: Liège, Belgium, May 8-12,2000; Exchange processes at the ocean margins. Journal of Marine Systems, 32, 1.

Grebmeier, J.M., and W.O. Smith, 1995. Arctic Oceanography: Marginal ice zones and continental shelves coastal and estuarine studies. American Geophysical Union, 287 pp.

Gordeev, V.V., J.M. Martin, I.S. Sidorov, and M.A. Siderova, 1996. Reassessment of the Eurasian river input of water, sediments, major elements, and nutrients to the Arctic Ocean. American Journal of Science, 296, 664-691.

Herzfeld, M. and M. Tomczak, 1999. Bottom-driven upwelling generated by eastern intensification in closed and semi-closed basins with a sloping bottom. Marine and Freshwater Research, 50, 613-627.

Holloway, G., 2002. Toward a statistical ocean dynamics. In: Statistical Theories and Computational Approaches to Turbulence, Y. Kaneda and T. Gotoh, editors, Springer, 277-288.

Hseuh, Y. and J.J. O’Brien, 1971. Steady coastal upwelling induced by an along-shore current. Journal of Phyical Oceanography, 1, 180-186.

Huthnance, J.M., 1981. Waves and currents near the continental shelf edge. Progress in Oceanography, 10, 193-226.

Huthnance, J.M., 1984. Slope currents and 'JEBAR'. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14, 795-810.

Huthnance, J. M., 1995. Circulation, exchange and water masses at the ocean margin: the role of physical processes at the shelf edge. Progress in Oceanogaphy, 35, 353-431.

Huthnance, J. M., 2004. Ocean-to-shelf signal transmission: a parameter study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109(C12), C12029.

Huthnance,J.M., H.M.Van Allen, M. White, E.D. Barton, B. LeCann, E.M. Coelho, E.A. Fanjul, P. Miller and J. Vitorino, 2002. Ocean margin exchange in water flux estimates. Journal of Marine Systems, 32, 107-137.

Johnson, J.A. and B.A. Manja, 1980. Unsteady currents over a continental shelf. Tellus, 32, 482-488.

Johnson, J.A., 1981. Weakly stratified shelf currents. In: Coastal Upwelling, F. Richards, editor, Coastal and Estuarine Series I, American Geophysical Union, 183-187.

Johnson, J.A. and A.J.G. Nurser, 1983. A model of secondary upwelling over the shelf break. Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 23,301-320.

Johnson, J.A. and N. Rockliffe, 1986. Shelf break circulation processes. In: Baroclinic processes on continental shelves, C.N.K. Mooers, editor, American Geophysical Union, 33-62.

Kelly, K. A., and D. C. Chapman, 1988. The response of stratified shelf and slope waters to steady offshore forcing. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 18, 906-925.

Kroll, J., and P. P. Niiler, 1976. The transmission and decay of barotropic topographic Rossby waves incident on a continental shelf. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 6, 432-450.

Lentz, S. J., 1992. The surface boundary layer in coastal upwelling regions. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 22, 1517-1539.

Longuet-Higgins, M. S., 1969. On the transport of mass by time-varying ocean currents. Deep-Sea Research, 16, 431-447.

Liu, K.K., K. Iseki and S.-Y. Chao, 2000.Continental margin carbon fluxes. In: The Changing Ocean Carbon Cycle, R. B. Hanson, H. W. Ducklow, and J. G. Field, editors, Cambridge University Press, 187-239.

MacCready P. and P. B. Rhines, 1991. Slippery bottom boundary layers on a slope. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 23, 5-22.

Matishov, G., A. Zuyev, V. Golubev, N. Adrov, S. Timofeev, O.Karamusko, L. Pavlova, O. Fadyakin, A. Buzan, A. Braunstein, D. Moiseev, I. Smolyar, R. Locarnini, R. Tatusko, T. Boyer and S. Levitus, 2004. Climatic Atlas of the Arctic Seas 2004: Part I. Database of the Barents, Kara, Laptev, and White Seas - Oceanography and Marine Biology. NOAA Atlas NESDIS 58. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 148pp.

McCreary, J. P., Jr., and S. Y. Chao, 1985. Three-dimensional shelf circulation along an eastern boundary. Journal of Marine Research, 43, 13-36.

Middleton, J. F. and D. Ramsden, 1996. The evolution of the bottom boundary layer on the sloping continental shelf: A numerical study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 18061-18077.

Middleton, J. F., 2000. Wind-forced upwelling: The role of the surface mixed layer. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 30, 745-763.

Middleton, J. F., 2006. The coastal-trapped wave paddle and open boundary conditions. Ocean Modelling, 12, 224-236.

Middleton, J. F. and D. Ramsden, 1996. The evolution of the bottom boundary layer on the sloping continental shelf: A numerical study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101, 18061-18077.

Middleton, J. F. and M. Cirano, 1999. Wind-forced downwelling slope currents: A numerical study. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 29, 1723-1743.

Middleton, J. F. and O. K. Leth, 2004. Wind-forced setup of upwelling, geographical origins, and numerical models: The role of bottom drag. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 109, 12.

Middleton, J.H. and A. Cunningham, 1984. Wind-force continental shelf waves from a geographical origin. Continental Shelf Research, 3, 232-251.

Mooers, C. N. K. and R. L. Smith, 1968. Continental shelf waves off Oregon. Journal of Geophysical Research, 73, 549-557.

Muller-Karger, F.E., R. Varela, R. Thunnel, R. Luerssen, C.M. Hu and J.J. Walsh, 2005. The importance of continental margins in the global carbon cycle. Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L01602, doi:10.1029/2004GL021346.

Munk, W., and C. Wunsch, 1998. Abyssal recipes II. Deep-Sea Research, 45, 1976-2009.

Niiler, P.P. and E.B. Kraus, 1977. One dimensional models of the upper ocean. In: Modelling and prediction of the upper layers of the ocean, E.B.Krauss, editor. Pergamon Press, 153-172.

Nurser, A.J.G. and J.A. Johnson, 1987. Secondary upwelling over a smooth shelf break. Continental Shelf Research, 7, 1063-1078

Oey, L.-Y., 1995. Eddy and wind forced shelf circuation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 8621-8637.

Pavlov, V.K., L.A. Timokhov, G.A. Baskakov, M.Yu. Kulakov, V.K. Kurazhov, P.V. Pavlov, S.V. Pivovarov, and V.V. Stanovoy, 1996. Hydrometoorological regime of the Kara, Laptev, and East-Siberian Seas. Technical memorandum APl – UW TM – 1 – 96. January 1996. Seattle, Washington 98105, 179 pp.

Pedlosky, J., 1974. Longshore currents, upwelling and bottom topography. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 4, 214-226.

Pedlosky, J., 1978. An inertial model of steady coastal upwelling. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 8, 171-177.

Pichevin, L., M. Cremer, J. Giraudeau and P. Bertrand, 2005. A 190 ky record of lithogenic grain-size on the Namibian slope: Forging a tight link between past wind-strength and coastal upwelling dynamics. Marine Geology, 218, 81-96.

Pivovarov, C.V., 2000. Chemical oceanography of the Arctic Seas of Russia. Gidrometeoizdat, St. Peterburg, Russia, 88 pp. (in Russian)

Pollard, R.T., P.B. Rhines and R.O.R.Y. Thompson, 1973. The deepening of the wind mixed layer. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, 4, 381-404.

Reid, D.G. 2001. SEFOS - shelf edge fisheries and oceanography studies: an overview. Fisheries Research 50 , 1-15.

Schauer, U., R.D. Muench, B. Rudels, and L. Timokhov, 1997. Impact of Arctic shelf waters on the Nansen Basin intermediate layers. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102(C2), 3371-3382.

Shu, L. and A. J. Clarke, 2002. Using an Ocean Model to Examine ENSO Dynamics. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 32, 903-923.

Stanley, D. J., and G. T. Moore, 1983. The Shelfbreak: Critical Interface on Continental Margins. SEPM Special Publication Number 33, 467 pp.

Suginohara, N., 1982. Coastal upwelling - onshore-offshore circulation, equatorward coastal jet and poleward undercurrent over a continental shelf-slope. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 12, 272-284.

Suginohara, N. and Y. Kitamura, 1984. Long-term coastal upwelling over a continental shelf-slope. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14, 1095-1104.

Trowbridge, J. H., S. J. Lenzt, 1991. Asymmetric behaviour of an oceanic boundary above a sloping bottom, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 21, 1171-1185.

Walsh, J.J., 1991. Importance of continental margins in the marine biogeochemical cycling of carbon and nitrogen. Nature, 350, 53-55.

Walsh. J.J., P.E. Biscaye and G.T. Csanady, 1988. The 1983-1984 shelf edge exchange processes (SEEP)-I experiment: hypotheses and highlights. Contintental Shelf Research, 8, 435-456.

Weatherly, G. L., and P. J. Martin, 1978. On the structure and dynamics of the oceanic bottom boundary layer, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 557-570.

Werner, F.E., 1987. A numerical study of secondary flows over continental shelf edges. Continental Shelf Research, 7, 379-409.

Yool, A. and M.J.R. Fasham, 2001. An examination of the "continental shelf pump" in an open ocean general circulation model. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 15, 831-844.

Yoshida, K., 1955. Coastal upwelling off the Californian coast. Records of Oceanographic Works of Japan, 2, 1-13.

Yoshida,k., 1967. Circulation in the eastern tropical oceans with special references to upwelling and undercurrents. Japanese Journal of Geophysics, 4, 1-75.

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