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Michael Winton

Mike

GFDL / NOAA
Princeton University
201 Forrestal Road
Princeton, NJ 08542

Michael.Winton(a)noaa.gov
609-452-6531
609-987-5063 (FAX)

FMS Sea Ice Simulator: summary; SIS; technical document, figures 1, 2, 3.

FMS Grid Coupling: guide; xgrid; simple xgrid example.

Arctic sea ice in GFDL climate model scenario experiments

Research Interests:

  • Sea ice modeling
  • Air-sea fluxes and their climatic effects
  • Polar climate and climate change

Publications: 1996-2012

Publications: 1993-1996

  • Sarachik, E.S., M. Winton, and F. L. Yin, 1996: Mechanisms for decadal-to-centennial climate variability. In Decadal Climate Variability: Dynamics and Predictability, D. L. T. Anderson and J. Willebrand, eds. Springer-Verlag.
  • Winton, M., 1995: Why is the deep sinking narrow? Journal of Physical Oceanography, 25 , 997-1005.
  • Winton, M., 1995: Energetics of deep-decoupling oscillations, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 25 , 420-427.
  • Winton, M., 1993: Deep decoupling oscillations of the oceanic thermohaline circulation. In Ice in the Climate System , W. R. Peltier, ed. Springer-Verlag.
  • Winton, M., and E. S. Sarachik, 1993: Thermohaline oscillations induced by strong steady salinity forcing of ocean general circulation models, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 23, 1389-1410.

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