The main objective of Ocean Modelling is to provide rapid communication between those interested in ocean modelling, whether through direct observation, or through analytical, numerical or laboratory models. Because of the intimate links between ocean and atmosphere, involvement of scientists interested in influences of either medium on the other is welcome. The journal has a wide scope and includes ocean-atmosphere interaction in various forms as well as pure ocean results. In addition to peer-reviewed papers, the journal provides preliminary communications and discussions.
Под катом статьи за декабрь 2007 и первых двух номеров за 2008 год.
Volume 20, Issue 4, Pages 313-392 (2008)
articles 1 — 4
Comparison of overflow simulations on different vertical grids using the Finite Element Ocean circulation Model Pages 313-335 Q. Wang, S. Danilov and J. Schröter
The role of horizontal impulses of the faulting continental slope in generating the 26 December 2004 tsunami Pages 362-379 Y. Tony Song, L.-L. Fu, Victor Zlotnicki, Chen Ji, Vala Hjorleifsdottir, C.K. Shum and Yuchan Yi