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The Framework For Ice Sheet–Ocean Coupling (FISOC) V1.1

Authors: Rupert Gladstone; Benjamin K. Galton-Fenzi; David E. Gwyther; Qin Zhou; Tore Hattermann; Chen Zhao; Lenneke M. Jong; +6 Authors

The Framework For Ice Sheet–Ocean Coupling (FISOC) V1.1

Abstract

Abstract. A number of important questions concern processes at the margins of ice sheets where multiple components of the Earth system, most crucially ice sheets and oceans, interact. Such processes include thermodynamic interaction at the ice–ocean interface, the impact of meltwater on ice shelf cavity circulation, the impact of basal melting of ice shelves on grounded ice dynamics and ocean controls on iceberg calving. These include fundamentally coupled processes in which feedback mechanisms between ice and ocean play an important role. Some of these mechanisms have major implications for humanity, most notably the impact of retreating marine ice sheets on the global sea level. In order to better quantify these mechanisms using computer models, feedbacks need to be incorporated into the modelling system. To achieve this, ocean and ice dynamic models must be coupled, allowing runtime information sharing between components. We have developed a flexible coupling framework based on existing Earth system coupling technologies. The open-source Framework for Ice Sheet–Ocean Coupling (FISOC) provides a modular approach to coupling, facilitating switching between different ice dynamic and ocean components. FISOC allows fully synchronous coupling, in which both ice and ocean run on the same time step, or semi-synchronous coupling in which the ice dynamic model uses a longer time step. Multiple regridding options are available, and there are multiple methods for coupling the sub-ice-shelf cavity geometry. Thermodynamic coupling may also be activated. We present idealized simulations using FISOC with a Stokes flow ice dynamic model coupled to a regional ocean model. We demonstrate the modularity of FISOC by switching between two different regional ocean models and presenting outputs for both. We demonstrate conservation of mass and other verification steps during evolution of an idealized coupled ice–ocean system, both with and without grounding line movement.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: geography geography.geographical_feature_category Ice calving Geophysics Ice shelf Earth system science Coupling (computer programming) Ice sheet Meltwater Conservation of mass Geology Sea level

Library of Congress Subject Headings: lcsh:QE1-996.5 lcsh:Geology

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VDP::Matematikk og Naturvitenskap: 400::Fysikk: 430, VDP::Mathematics and natural science: 400::Physics: 430

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AKA| The impact of Antarctic Ice Sheet - Southern Ocean interactions on marine ice sheet stability and ocean circulation/ Consortium: COLD, ARC| Special Research Initiatives - Grant ID: SR140300001
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  • Funder: Australian Research Council (ARC) (ARC)
  • Project Code: SR140300001
  • Funding stream: Special Research Initiative (Antarctic) ; Special Research Initiatives
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AKA| Simulating Antarctic marine ice sheet stability and multi-century contributions to sea level rise
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  • Funder: Academy of Finland (AKA)
  • Project Code: 286587
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A coupled ice sheet - ocean model for calibrated prediction of the future contribution to sea level change from the Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica
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  • Project Code: 299035
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP3 | PEOPLE
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