# Concept

## tendency_of_sea_water_potential_temperature_expressed_as_heat_content_due_to_parameterized_eddy_advection

URI | http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/P07/current/H0DWGOJF/ |
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Within Vocab | Climate and Forecast Standard Names |

Preferred Label | tendency_of_sea_water_potential_temperature_expressed_as_heat_content_due_to_parameterized_eddy_advection |

Definition | The phrase "tendency_of_X" means derivative of X with respect to time. The phrase "expressed_as_heat_content" means that this quantity is calculated as the specific heat capacity times density of sea water multiplied by the potential temperature of the sea water in the grid cell and integrated over depth. If used for a layer heat content, coordinate bounds should be used to define the extent of the layers. If no coordinate bounds are specified, it is assumed that the integral is calculated over the entire vertical extent of the medium, e.g, if the medium is sea water the integral is assumed to be calculated over the full depth of the ocean. Potential temperature is the temperature a parcel of air or sea water would have if moved adiabatically to sea level pressure. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity named by omitting the phrase. Parameterized eddy advection in an ocean model means the part due to a scheme representing parameterized eddy-induced advective effects not included in the resolved model velocity field. Parameterized eddy advection can be represented on various spatial scales and there are standard names for parameterized_mesoscale_eddy_advection and parameterized_submesoscale_eddy_advection which both contribute to the total parameterized eddy advection. Additionally, when the parameterized advective process is represented in the model as a skew-diffusion rather than an advection, then the parameterized skew diffusion should be included in this diagnostic. The convergence of a skew-flux is identical (in the continuous formulation) to the convergence of an advective flux, making their tendencies the same. |

Same As |
http://mmisw.org/ont/cf/parameter/tendency_of_sea_water_potential_temperature_expressed_as_heat_content_due_to_parameterized_eddy_advectionstandard_name:
Tendency of sea water potential temperature expressed as heat content due to parameterized eddy advection |

Related |
P06:
Watts per square metre |

Note | accepted |

Deprecated | false |

Alternative Label | |

Version | 2 |

Has Current Version | http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/P07/current/H0DWGOJF/2/ |

Authored On | 2018-07-03 16:09:23 |

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