© 2017 Sjoerd Groeskamp

Publications

 

Work in Progress

[--] Groeskamp, S., R. P. Abernathey, C. Whalen, C. de Lavergne and S. Legg:

On global water mass transformation rates and sea level rise due to net changes in density due to air-sea fluxes and mixing, including effects of a nonlinear equation of state.

Submitted Papers

 

[...] J. H. LaCasce and S. Groeskamp

      The oceanic deformation radius over bathymetry

      Geophysical Research Letters

[...] A. Aldama-Campino, F. Fransner, M. Ödalen, S. Groeskamp, A.Yool, K. Döös and J. Nycander

      Meridional Ocean Carbon Transport

      Global Biogeochemical Cycles

[...] Groeskamp, S., J. Kjellsson

NEED: The Northern European Enclosure Dam for when climate change mitigation fails

BAMS

In Press and Published Papers

[14] Groeskamp, S., C. de Lavergne, R. Holmes, V. Tamsitt, I. Frenger, C. C. Chapman, E. Newsom, G.J. Stanley:

Climate recorded in seawater: A workshop on water-mass transformation analysis for ocean and climate studies. 2019

Meeting Summary, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (pdf)

[13] Groeskamp, S., P. M. Barker, T. J. McDougall, R. P. Abernathey, S. M. Griffies, 2019:

VENM An algorithm to accurately calculate neutral slopes and gradients.

Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (pdfPlain Language Summary).

[12] Groeskamp, S., S. M. Griffies, D. Iudicone, R. Marsh, A. G. Nurser and J. D. Zika, 2019:

The Water Mass Transformation Framework for Ocean Physics and Biogeochemistry.

Annual Review of Marine Science, (pdfPlain Language Summary)

[11] Groeskamp, S., D. Iudicone, 2018:

The effect of air-sea flux products, Short Wave Radiation Depth Penetration and Albedo on the Upper Ocean Overturning Circulation.

Geophysical Research Letters (pdfPlain Language Summary).

[10] Groeskamp, S.:

Translating Uphill Cycling into a Head-Wind and Vice Versa, 2017.

Journal of Science and Cycling (pdfmore, Plain Language Summary, Alpe d'Huez)

[09] McDougall, T. J., S. Groeskamp, and S. M. Griffies, 2017:

Comment on Tailleux, "R. Neutrality versus Materiality: A Thermodynamic Theory of Neutral Surfaces".

Fluids (pdf).

[08] Groeskamp, S., B. M. Sloyan, J. D. Zika, and T. J. McDougall, 2017:

Mixing Inferred from an ocean hydrography and surface fluxes.

Journal of Physical Oceanography (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

[07] Groeskamp, S., A. Lenton, R. J. Matear, B. M. Sloyan, and C. Langlais, 2016:

Anthropogenic Carbon in the Ocean, Surface to Interior Connections.

Global Biogeochemical Cycles (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

[06] Groeskamp, S., R. P. Abernathey, A. Klocker, 2016:

Water Mass Transformation by Cabbeling and Thermobaricity.

Geophysical Research Letters (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

 

[05] Groeskamp, S., J. D. Zika, T. J. McDougall, B. M. Sloyan, and P. McIntosh, 2014:

A thermohaline inverse method for estimating diathermohaline circulation and mixing.

Journal of Physical Oceanography (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

[04] McDougall, T. J., S. Groeskamp, and S. M. Griffies, 2014:

On geometrical aspects of interior ocean mixing.

Journal of Physical Oceanography (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

[03] Groeskamp, S., J. D. Zika, T. J. McDougall, B. M. Sloyan, and F. Laliberte, 2014:

The representation of ocean circulation and variability in thermodynamic coordinates.

Journal of Physical Oceanography (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

 

[02] Groeskamp, S., L. R. M. Maas, 2012:

Ship-borne contour integration for flux determination.

Journal of Sea Research (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

 

[01] Groeskamp, S., J. J. Nauw, and L. R. M. Maas, 2011:

Observations of estuarine circulation and solitary internal waves in a highly energetic tidal channel.

Ocean Dynamics (pdf, Plain Language Summary).

 

 

Masters and Ph.D. thesis

 

     Groeskamp, S. (2015):

Diagnosing the Relation between ocean circulation, mixing and water-mass transformation from an ocean hydrography and air-sea fluxes.

University of Tasmania (pdf).

 

     Groeskamp, S. (2011):

Solitary Internal Waves in the Marsdiep Tidal Channel. Using ADCP measurements.

Utrecht University (pdf).

 

Statistics

 

Total Papers Published:         14

As a First Author:                    12 (86%)

As a Second Author:              2 (14%)

As a Third (or more) Author:   0 (0%)