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Wave modelling for the North Indian Ocean using MSMR analysed winds

Author(s): Vethamony P, Sudheesh K, Rupali SP, Babu MT, Jayakumar S, et al.

Abstract

NCMRWF (National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecast) winds assimilated with MSMR (Multi‐channel Scanning Microwave Radiometer) winds are used as input to MIKE21 Offshore Spectral Wave model (OSW), which takes into account wind‐induced wave growth, nonlinear wave‐wave interaction, wave breaking, bottom friction and wave refraction. The model domain covers the north Indian Ocean, bounded by the equator and to 30° N, and 50° to 100° E.

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