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Bibliography - Kirk Bryan

  1. Bryan, Kirk, February 2011: Coupling atmospheric general circulation to oceans In The Development of Atmospheric General Circulation Models: Complexity, Synthesis and Computation, New York, NY, Cambridge University Press, 148-201.
  2. Bryan, Kirk, 2006: Modeling ocean circulation - 1960-1990: The Weather Bureau, and Princeton In Physical Oceanography: Developments Since 1950, Jochum, M., and R. Murtugudde, eds., New York, Springer, 29-44.
  3. Williams, Gareth P., and Kirk Bryan, 2006: Ice Age Winds: An Aquaplanet Model. Journal of Climate, 19(9), DOI:10.1175/JCLI3766.1 .
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  4. Cessi, P, Kirk Bryan, and Rong Zhang, 2004: Global seiching of thermocline waters between the Atlantic and the Indian-Pacific Ocean Basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L04302, DOI:10.1029/2003GL019091 .
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  5. Park, Y-G, and Kirk Bryan, 2001: Comparison of thermally driven circulations from a depth-coordinate model and an isopycnal-layer model. Part II: The difference and structure of the circulations. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 31(9), 2612-2624.
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  6. Park, Y-G, and Kirk Bryan, 2000: Comparison of thermally driven circulations from a depth-coordinate model and an isopycnal-layer model. Part I: Scaling-law sensitivity to vertical diffusivity. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 30(3), 590-605.
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  7. Bryan, Kirk, J K Dukowicz, and R D Smith, 1999: On the mixing coefficient in the parameterization of bolus velocity. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 29(9), 2442-2456.
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  8. Bryan, Kirk, 1997: A numerical method for the study of the circulation of the world ocean. Journal of Computational Physics, 135(2), 154-169.
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  9. Bryan, Kirk, and Stephen M Griffies, 1997: Predictability of North Atlantic climate on decadal times scales estimated using a coupled ocean-atmosphere model. International WOCE Newsletter, 26, 5-9.
  10. Griffies, Stephen M., and Kirk Bryan, 1997: Predictability of North Atlantic multidecadal climate variability. Science, 275(5297), 181-184.
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  11. Griffies, Stephen M., and Kirk Bryan, 1997: A predictability study of simulated North Atlantic multidecadal variability. Climate Dynamics, 13(7-8), 459-487.
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  12. Bryan, Kirk, 1996: The role of mesoscale eddies in the poleward transport of heat by the oceans: A review. Physica D, 98(2-4), 249-257.
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  13. Bryan, Kirk, 1996: The steric component of sea level rise associated with enhanced greenhouse warming: A model study. Climate Dynamics, 12, 545-555.
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  14. Hsieh, W W., and Kirk Bryan, 1996: Redistribution of sea level rise associated with enhanced greenhouse warming: A simple model study. Climate Dynamics, 12, 535-544.
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  15. Toggweiler, J R., E Tziperman, Y Feliks, Kirk Bryan, Stephen M Griffies, and Bonita L Samuels, 1996: Reply. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 26(6), 1106-1110.
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  16. Treguier, A M., J K Dukowicz, and Kirk Bryan, 1996: Properties of nonuniform grids used in ocean general circulation models. Journal of Geophysical Research, 101(C9), 20,877-20,881.
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  17. Bryan, Kirk, 1995: Commentary on the paper of McWilliams In Natural Climate Variability on Decade-to-Century Time Scales, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 353.
  18. Bryan, Kirk, and F Hansen, 1995: A stochastic model of North Atlantic climate variability on decade-to-century time scales In Natural Climate Variability on Decade-to-Century Time Scales, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 355-362; 363-364.
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  19. Griffies, Stephen M., and Kirk Bryan, 1994: Predictability of North Atlantic climate variability on multidecadal time scales In The Atlantic Climate Change Program, Proceedings from the principal investigators meeting, NOAA, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, 77-80.
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  20. Molinari, R L., , Kirk Bryan, and J Walsh, 1994: The Atlantic Climate Change Program. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 75(7), 1191-1199.
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  21. Tziperman, E, J R Toggweiler, Y Feliks, and Kirk Bryan, 1994: Instability of the thermohaline circulation with respect to mixed boundary conditions: Is it really a problem for realistic models? Journal of Physical Oceanography, 24(2), 217-232.
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  22. Tziperman, E, and Kirk Bryan, 1993: Estimating global air-sea fluxes from surface properties and from climatological flux data using an oceanic general circulation model. Journal of Geophysical Research, 98(C12), 22,629-22,644.
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  23. Gordon, A L., S E Zebiak, and Kirk Bryan, 1992: Climate variability and the Atlantic Ocean. EOS, 73(15), 161, 164-165.
  24. Manabe, Syukuro, Ronald J Stouffer, Michael J Spelman, and Kirk Bryan, 1992: Response of a coupled ocean-atmosphere-land surface model to a gradual increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide In The Global Role of Tropical Rainfall, Hampton, Virginia, Deepak Publishing, 93-103.
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  25. Manabe, Syukuro, Ronald J Stouffer, Michael J Spelman, and Kirk Bryan, 1992: Transient response of a coupled ocean-atmosphere-land surface model to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide In Advances in Theoretical Hydrology: A Tribute to Jim Dooge, The Netherlands, Elsevier Science Publishers, 159-173.
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  26. Stephenson, D B., and Kirk Bryan, 1992: Large-scale electric and magnetic fields generated by the oceans. Journal of Geophysical Research, 97(C10), 15,467-15,480.
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  27. Tziperman, E, W C Thacker, and Kirk Bryan, 1992: Computing the steady oceanic circulation using an optimization approach. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 16, 379-403.
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  28. Bryan, Kirk, 1991: Michael Cox (1941-1989): His pioneering contributions to ocean circulation modeling. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 21(9), 1259-1270.
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  29. Bryan, Kirk, 1991: Ocean circulation models In Strategies for Future Climate Research, Hamburg, Germany, Max Planck Institut für Meteorologie, 265-285.
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  30. Bryan, Kirk, 1991: Poleward heat transport in the ocean. A review of a hierarchy of models of increasing resolution. Tellus, 43AB, 104-115.
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  31. Bryan, Kirk, and Ronald J Stouffer, 1991: A note on Bjerknes' hypothesis for North Atlantic variability. Journal of Marine Systems, 1, 229-241.
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  32. Dickinson, R, R Monastersky, J Eddy, Kirk Bryan, and S Matthews, 1991: In The Climate System, Boulder, CO, UCAR, 21 pp..
  33. Manabe, Syukuro, Ronald J Stouffer, Michael J Spelman, and Kirk Bryan, 1991: Transient responses of a coupled ocean-atmosphere-land surface model to gradual changes of atmospheric CO2 In Global Change, Proceedings of the first Demetra meeting held at Chianciano Terme, Italy from 28 to 31 October 1991, Environment and Quality of Life, EUR 15158 EN, Directorate-General Science, Research and Development, European Commission, 82-93.
  34. Manabe, Syukuro, Ronald J Stouffer, Michael J Spelman, and Kirk Bryan, 1991: Transient responses of a coupled ocean-atmosphere model to gradual changes of atmospheric CO2. Part I: Annual mean response. Journal of Climate, 4(8), 785-818.
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  35. Stouffer, Ronald J., Syukuro Manabe, and Kirk Bryan, 1991: Climatic response to a gradual increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide In Greenhouse-Gas-Induced Climatic Change: A Critical Appraisal of Simulations and Observations, The Netherlands, Elsevier Science Publishers, 129-136.
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  36. Bretherton, C S., Kirk Bryan, and J D Woods, 1990: Time dependent greenhouse-gas-induced climate change In Climate Change: The IPCC Scientific Assessment, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 173-194.
  37. Manabe, Syukuro, Kirk Bryan, and Michael J Spelman, 1990: Transient response of a global ocean-atmosphere model to a doubling of atmospheric carbon dioxide. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 20(5), 722-749.
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  38. Bryan, Kirk, 1989: Climate response to greenhouse warming: The role of the ocean In Climate and Geo-Sciences: A Challenge for Science and Society in the 21st Century, Amsterdam; The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 435-446.
  39. Bryan, Kirk, 1989: The design of numerical models of the ocean circulation In Oceanic Circulation Models: Combining Data and Dynamics, Amsterdam; The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 465-500.
  40. Bryan, Kirk, and Syukuro Manabe, 1989: Ocean circulation in warm and cold climates In Climatic Change Influences on Oceanic Circulation, Amsterdam; The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 951-966.
  41. Stouffer, Ronald J., Syukuro Manabe, and Kirk Bryan, 1989: Interhemispheric asymmetry in climate response to a gradual increase of atmospheric CO2. Nature, 342, 660-662.
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  42. Toggweiler, J R., Keith W Dixon, and Kirk Bryan, 1989: Simulations of radiocarbon in a coarse-resolution world ocean model 1. Steady state prebomb distributions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 94(C6), 8217-8242.
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  43. Toggweiler, J R., Keith W Dixon, and Kirk Bryan, 1989: Simulations of radiocarbon in a coarse-resolution world ocean model 2. Distributions of bomb-produced carbon 14. Journal of Geophysical Research, 94(C6), 8243-8264.
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  44. Bryan, Kirk, 1988: Efficient methods for finding the equilibrium climate of coupled ocean-atmosphere models In Physically-based Modelling and Simulation of Climate and Climatic Change, Pt. I, Dordrecht, Holland, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 567-582.
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  45. Bryan, Kirk, and Syukuro Manabe, 1988: Ocean circulation in warm and cold climates In Physically-based Modelling and Simulation of Climate Change, Part II, Dordrecht, Holland, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 951-966.
  46. Bryan, Kirk, Syukuro Manabe, and Michael J Spelman, 1988: Interhemispheric asymmetry in the transient response of a coupled ocean-atmosphere model to a CO2 forcing. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 18(6), 851-867.
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  47. Bryan, Kirk, 1987: Man's great geophysical experiment: Can we model the consequences? Oceanus, 29(4), 36-42.
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  48. Bryan, Kirk, 1987: Potential vorticity in models of the ocean circulation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 113, 713-734.
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  49. Hibler III, W D., and Kirk Bryan, 1987: A diagnostic ice-ocean model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 17(7), 987-1015.
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  50. Huang, R-X, and Kirk Bryan, 1987: A multilayer model of the thermohaline and wind-driven ocean circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 17(11), 1909-1924.
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  51. Bogue, N M., R-X Huang, and Kirk Bryan, 1986: Verification experiments with an isopycnal coordinate ocean model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 16(5), 985-990.
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  52. Bryan, Kirk, 1986: Poleward buoyancy transport in the ocean and mesoscale eddies. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 16(5), 927-933.
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  53. Bryan, Kirk, and Syukuro Manabe, 1985: A coupled ocean-atmosphere and the response to increasing atmospheric CO2 In Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Models, Amsterdam; The Netherlands, Elsevier Science Publishers, 1-6.
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  54. Bryan, Kirk, and Jorge L Sarmiento, 1985: Modeling ocean circulation. Advances in Geophysics, 28A, 433-459.
  55. Bryan, Kirk, and Michael J Spelman, 1985: The ocean's response to a CO2-induced warming. Journal of Geophysical Research, 90(C6), 11,679-11,688.
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  56. Manabe, Syukuro, and Kirk Bryan, 1985: CO2 -induced change in a coupled ocean-atmosphere model and its paleoclimatic implications. Journal of Geophysical Research, 90(C6), 11,689-11,707.
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  57. Bryan, Kirk, 1984: Accelerating the convergence to equilibrium of ocean-climate models. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14(4), 666-673.
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  58. Bryan, Kirk, 1984: Climate models related to Stream 3: Outstanding technical problems In Workshop on Global Observations and Understanding of the General Circulation of the Oceans, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 76-93.
  59. Bryan, Kirk, F G Komro, and C G H Rooth, 1984: The ocean's transient response to global surface temperature anomalies In Climate Processes and Climate Sensitivity, Geophysical Monograph 29, Maurice Ewing Volume 5, Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 29-38.
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  60. Cox, M D., and Kirk Bryan, 1984: A numerical model of the ventilated thermocline. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14(4), 674-687.
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  61. Hibler III, W D., and Kirk Bryan, 1984: Ocean circulation: Its effects on seasonal sea-ice simulations. Science, 224(4648), 489-492.
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  62. Bryan, Kirk, 1983: Poleward heat transport by the ocean. Reviews of Geophysics, 21(5), 1131-1137.
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  63. Bryan, Kirk, 1982: Poleward heat transport by the ocean: Observations and models. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 10, 15-38.
  64. Bryan, Kirk, 1982: Seasonal variation in meridional overturning and poleward heat transport in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans: A model study. Journal of Marine Research, 40(Supplement), 39-53.
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  65. Bryan, Kirk, F G Komro, Syukuro Manabe, and Michael J Spelman, 1982: Transient climate response to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide. Science, 215, 56-58.
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  66. Sarmiento, Jorge L., and Kirk Bryan, 1982: An ocean transport model for the North Atlantic. Journal of Geophysical Research, 87(C1), 394-408.
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  67. Smagorinsky, Joseph, Kirk Bryan, and Syukuro Manabe, et al., 1982: CO2/Climate Review Panel In Carbon Dioxide and Climate: A Second Assessment, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 1-72.
  68. Anderson, D L., Kirk Bryan, A E Gill, and Ronald C Pacanowski, 1979: The transient response of the North Atlantic: Some model studies. Journal of Geophysical Research, 84(C8), 4795-4815.
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  69. Bryan, Kirk, 1979: Models of the ocean circulation and the global heat balance In Report of the JOC Study Conference on Climate Models: Performance, Intercomparison and Sensitivity Studies, Vol. I, Global Atmospheric Research Programme, Joint Organizing Committee, GARP Publications No. 22., World Meteorological Organization, 23-40.
  70. Bryan, Kirk, 1979: Models of the world ocean. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 3, 327-338.
  71. Bryan, Kirk, and Lawrence J Lewis, 1979: A water mass model of the world ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research, 84(C5), 2503-2517.
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  72. Manabe, Syukuro, Kirk Bryan, and Michael J Spelman, 1979: A global ocean-atmosphere climate model with seasonal variation for future studies of climate sensitivity. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans, 3, 393-426.
  73. Siegel, A D., and Kirk Bryan, 1979: Seasonal redistribution of heat in the equatorial Atlantic. EOS, 60(18), 291.
  74. Bryan, Kirk, 1978: Ocean Circulation In Geophysical Predictions, Washington, DC, National Academy of Sciences, 178-184.
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  75. Bryan, Kirk, 1978: Ocean heat balance. Oceanus, 21(4), 12-26.
  76. Bryan, Kirk, and P Ripa, 1978: The vertical structure of North Pacific temperature anomalies. Journal of Geophysical Research, 83(C5), 2419-2429.
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  77. Huppert, H E., and Kirk Bryan, 1976: Topographically generated eddies. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 23, 655-679.
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  78. Pond, S, and Kirk Bryan, 1976: Numerical models of the ocean circulation. Reviews of Geophysics & Space Physics, 14(2), 243-263.
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  79. Bryan, Kirk, 1975: Three-dimensional numerical models of the ocean circulation In Numerical Models of Ocean Circulation, Washington, DC, National Academy of Sciences, 94-105; 105-106.
  80. Bryan, Kirk, Syukuro Manabe, and Ronald C Pacanowski, 1975: A global ocean-atmosphere climate model, Part II. The oceanic circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 5(1), 30-46.
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  81. Manabe, Syukuro, Kirk Bryan, and Michael J Spelman, 1975: A global ocean-atmosphere climate model. Part I. The atmospheric circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 5(1), 3-29.
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  82. Reid, R O., A R Robinson, and Kirk Bryan, 1975: Summary, conclusions, and recommendations In Numerical Models of Ocean Circulation, Washington, DC, National Academy of Sciences, 361-362.
  83. Stegen, G R., Kirk Bryan, J L Held, and F Ostapoff, 1975: Dropped horizontal coherence based on temperature profiles in the upper thermocline. Journal of Geophysical Research, 80(27), 3841-3847.
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  84. Bryan, Kirk, 1972: An approximate equation of state for numerical models of ocean circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 2(4), 510-514.
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  85. Bryan, Kirk, and M D Cox, 1972: The circulation of the world ocean: A numerical study. Part I, An homogenous model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 2(4), 319-335.
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  86. Gill, A E., and Kirk Bryan, 1971: Effects of geometry on the circulation of a three-dimensional southern-hemisphere ocean model. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 18, 685-721.
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  87. Bryan, Kirk, 1969: Climate and the ocean circulation climate and the ocean circulation III. The ocean model. Monthly Weather Review, 97(11), 806-827.
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  88. Bryan, Kirk, 1969: A numerical method for the study of the circulation of the world ocean. Journal of Computational Physics, 4, 347-376.
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  89. Manabe, Syukuro, and Kirk Bryan, 1969: Climate calculations with a combined ocean-atmosphere model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 26(4), 786-789.
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  90. Orlanski, Isidoro, and Kirk Bryan, 1969: Formation of the thermocline step structure by large-amplitude internal gravity waves. Journal of Geophysical Research, 74(28), 6975-6983.
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  91. Bryan, Kirk, and M D Cox, 1968: A nonlinear model of an ocean driven by wind and differential heating: Part I. Description of the three-dimensional velocity and density fields. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 25(6), 945-967.
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  92. Bryan, Kirk, and M D Cox, 1968: A nonlinear model of an ocean driven by wind and differential heating: Part II. An analysis of the hear, vorticity and energy balance. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 25(6), 968-978.
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  93. Bryan, Kirk, and M D Cox, 1967: A numerical investigation of the oceanic general circulation. Tellus, 19(1), 54-80.
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  94. Bryan, Kirk, 1966: A scheme for numerical integration of the equations of motion on an irregular grid free of nonlinear instability. Monthly Weather Review, 94(1), 39-40.
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  95. Bryan, Kirk, and S Hellerman, 1966: A test of convergence of a numerical calculation of the wind-driven ocean circulation. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 23, 360-361.
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  96. Bryan, Kirk, 1965: Nonlinear effects in the theory of a wind-driven ocean circulation. Methods in Computational Physics, 4, 29-43.

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