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iSGTW - Image of the Week: Modeling the salty seas

Image of the week - Modeling the salty seas

With climate change, just how salty is the ocean getting? Fiona Reid and her team at the University of Edinburgh wanted to build the tools to find out. Working in conjunction with a combined French/European Nucleus for European Modeling of the Ocean, or NEMO, they have been working with "nested models" of computers, under a Distributed Computational Science and Engineering grant, with the aim of delivering state-of-the art ocean models needed for the next decade of marine science.

Image courtesy of EPCC

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