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The ocean's angular momentum (M) and torques about the polar axis are analyzed using output from the global, eddy-resolving model of Semtner and Chervin.
Ponte, R.M., 2001. Ocean angular momentum and the Earth's variable rotation and gravity field, IAPSO/IABO Joint Assemblies, Mar del Plata, October 2001.
Abstract Changes in ocean angular momentum (OAM) can result from fluctuations in ocean currents and mass fields and are related, by conservation principles, to...
Abstract: Ocean angular momentum (OAM) calculations using forward model runs without any data constraints have, recently revealed the effects of OAM variability on...