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Depth of 26°C isotherm (D26) in the ocean and its derivative Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential (TCHP) are useful indicators of genesis, intensification and propagation of tropical cyclones. Hence, monitoring of these two parameters and the ability for their advance prediction is quite significant. A modified one-dimensional (1-D) ocean mixed layer model is deployed to predict D26 and TCHP 12 hours and 48 hours in advance on a daily basis following the methodology presented in Swain and Krishnan (2013, NRSC-ECSA-OSG-May2013-TR-529).
Depth of 26°C isotherm (D26) in the ocean and its derivative Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential (TCHP) are useful indicators of genesis, intensification and propagation of tropical cyclones. Hence, monitoring of these two parameters and the ability for their advance prediction is quite significant. A modified one-dimensional (1-D) ocean mixed layer model is deployed to predict D26 and TCHP 12 hours and 48 hours in advance on a daily basis following the methodology presented in Swain and Krishnan (2013, NRSC-ECSA-OSG-May2013-TR-529).
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