Tomorrow (Tuesday, 27th June) I will be visiting Southampton to give a seminar at 11am in the National Oceanography Centre. If you are in Southampton and would like to meet, let me know!
The seminar is all about the idealized model of the Weddell Gyre that I created and have used throughout my PhD. I will show how this model is extremely sensitive to horizontal resolution and that eddy-permitting (1/4 degree) resolutions can be particularly problematic.
The seminar will be based on my paper that is under review at JGR: Oceans (link to preprint here).