Publications Tor Eldevik

 
 

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  1. (1)Skagseth, Ø., T. Eldevik, M. Årthun, H. Asbjørnsen, V. Lien, and L.H. Smedsrud, 2019: Reduced efficiency of the Barents Sea cooling machine. Nature Clim. Change, in review.


  1. (2)Eldevik, T, L.H. Smedsrud, C. Li, M. Årthun, E. Madonna, and L. Svendsen, 2019: The Arctic Mediterranean. Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins: Observations, Mechanisms, Predictability, and Impacts, C.R. Mechoso, Ed., CUP, in press.

  2. (3)Yu, J.-Y., E. Campos, Y. Du, T. Eldevik, S.T. Gille, T. Losada, M.J. McPhaden, and L.H. Smedsrud, 2019: Variability of the oceans. Interacting Climates of Ocean Basins: Observations, Mechanisms, Predictability, and Impacts, C.R. Mechoso, Ed., CUP, in press.

  3. (4)Asbjørnsen, H., M. Årthun, Ø. Skagseth, and T. Eldevik, 2019: Mechanisms of ocean heat anomalies in the Norwegian Sea. J. Geophys. Res., 124, 2908–2923.

  4. (5)Årthun, M., T. Eldevik, and L.H. Smedsrud, 2019: The role of Atlantic heat transport in future Arctic winter sea ice loss. J. Climate, 32, 3327–3341.

  5. (6)Bringedal, C., T. Eldevik, Ø. Skagseth, M. Spall, and S. Østerhus, 2018: Structure and forcing of observed exchanges across the Greenland-Scotland Ridge. J. Climate, 31, 9881–9901.

  6. (7)Lambert, E., T. Eldevik, and M. Spall, 2018: On the dynamics and water mass transformation of a boundary current connecting alpha- and beta- oceans. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 48, 2457–2475.

  7. (8)Onarheim, I.H., T. Eldevik, L.H. Smedsrud, and J.C. Stroeve, 2018: Seasonal and regional manifestation of Arctic sea ice loss. J. Climate, 31, 4917–4932.

  8. (9)Årthun, M., E.W. Kolstad, T. Eldevik, and N.S. Keenlyside, 2018: Time scales and sources of European temperature variability. Geophys. Res Lett., 45, 3597–3604.

  9. (10)Ferreira, D., P. Cessi, H. Coxhall, A. de Boer, H.A. Dijkstra, S.S. Drijfhout, T. Eldevik, N. Harnik, J.F. McManus, D.P. Marshall, J. Nilsson, F. Roquet, T. Schneider, and R.C. Wills, 2018: Atlantic-Pacific Asymmetry in Deep-Water Formation. Ann. Rev. Earth Pl. Sci., 46:1.

  10. (11)Årthun, M., T. Eldevik, E. Viste, H. Drange, T. Furevik, H.L. Johnson, and N.S. Keenlyside, 2017: Skillful prediction of northern climate provided by the ocean. Nature Communications, 8, DOI: 10.1038/ncomms15875.

  11. (12)Eide, M., A. Olsen, U. Ninnemann, and T. Eldevik, 2017: A global estimate of the full oceanic 13C Suess effect since the preindustrial. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 31, DOI 10.1002/2016GB005473.

  12. (13)Langehaug, H.R., D. Matei, T. Eldevik, K. Lohmann, and Y. Gao, 2017: On model differences and skill in predicting sea surface temperature in the Nordic and Barents seas. Clim. Dyn., 48, 913–933.

  13. (14)Lambert, E., T. Eldevik, and P.M. Haugan, 2016: How northern freshwater input can stabilize thermohaline circulation. Tellus A, 68, 31051, DOI 10.3402/tellusa.v68.31051

  14. (15)Raj, R.P., J. Johannessen, T. Eldevik, J.E. Nilsen, and I. Halo, 2016: Quantifying mesoscale eddies in the Lofoten Basin. J. Geophys. Res., DOI 10.1002/2016JC011637.

  15. (16)Langehaug, H.R., T.L. Mjell, O.H. Otterå, T. Eldevik, U.S. Ninnemann, and H.F. Kleiven, 2016: On the reconstruction of ocean circulation and climate based on the “Gardar Drift”. Paleoceanography, 31, 399–415.

  16. (17)Årthun, M. and T. Eldevik, 2016: On anomalous ocean heat transport toward the Arctic and associated climate predictability. J. Climate, 29, 689–704.

  17. (18)Onarheim, I.H., T. Eldevik, M. Årthun, R.B. Ingvaldsen, and L.H. Smedsrud, 2015: Skillful prediction of Barents Sea ice cover. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 5364–5371.

  18. (19)Mjell, T.L., U.S. Ninnemann, T. Eldevik, and H.F. Kleiven, 2015: Holocene multidecadal-to-millennial scale variations in Iceland-Scotland overflow and their relationship to climate. Paleoceanography, 30, 558–569.

  19. (20)Raj, R.P., L. Chafik, J.E.Ø. Nilsen, T. Eldevik, and I. Halo, 2015: The Lofoten Vortex of the Nordic Seas. Deep Sea Res. I, 96, 1–14.

  20. (21)Eldevik, T., B. Risebrobakken, A.E. Bjune, C. Andersson, H.J.B. Birks, T.M. Dokken, H. Drange, M.S. Glessmer, C. Li, J.E.Ø. Nilsen, O.H. Otterå, K. Richter, and Ø. Skagseth, 2014: A brief history of climate – the northern seas from the Last Glacial Maximum to global warming. Quat. Sci. Rev., 106, 225–246.

  21. (22)Glessmer, M.S., T. Eldevik, K. Våge, J.E.Ø. Nilsen, and E. Behrens, 2014: Atlantic origin of observed and modelled freshwater anomalies in the Nordic Seas. Nature Geoscience, 7, 801–805.

  22. (23)Eldevik, T. and J.E.Ø. Nilsen, 2013: The Arctic–Atlantic thermohaline circulation. J. Climate, 26, 8698–8705.

  23. (24)Smedsrud, L.H., I. Esau, R.B. Ingvaldsen, T. Eldevik, P.M. Haugan, C. Li, V.S. Lien, A. Olsen, A.M. Omar, O.H. Otterå, B. Risebrobakken, A.B. Sandø, V.A. Semenov, and S.A. Sorokina, 2013: The role of the Barents Sea in the Arctic climate system. Rev. Geophys., 51, 415–449.

  24. (25)Sandø, A.B., J.E.Ø Nilsen, T. Eldevik, and M. Bentsen, 2012: Mechanisms for variable North Atlantic-Nordic Seas exchanges. J. Geophys. Res., 117, C12006.

  25. (26)Langehaug, H.R., P.B. Rhines, T. Eldevik, J. Mignot, and K. Lohmann, 2012: Water mass transformation and the North Atlantic Current in three multi-century climate model simulations. J. Geophys. Res., 117, C11001, DOI 10.1029/2012JC008021.

  26. (27)Årthun, M., T. Eldevik, L.H. Smedsrud, Ø. Skagseth, and R. Ingvaldsen, 2012: Quantifying the influence of Atlantic heat on Barents Sea ice variability and retreat. J. Climate, 25, 4736–4743.

  27. (28)Langehaug, H.R., I. Medhaug, T. Eldevik, and O.H. Otterå, 2012: Arctic/Atlantic exchanges via the Subpolar Gyre. J. Climate, 25, 2421–2439.

  28. (29)Medhaug, I., H.R. Langehaug, T. Eldevik, T. Furevik, and M. Bentsen, 2012: Mechanisms for decadal scale variability in a simulated Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. Clim. Dyn., 39, 77–93.

  29. (30)Jeansson, E., A. Olsen, T. Eldevik, I. Skjelvan, A.M. Omar, S. Lauvset, J.E.Ø Nilsen, R.G.J. Bellerby, T. Johannessen, and E. Falck, 2011: The Nordic Seas carbon budget: Sources, sinks and uncertainties. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 25, GB4010, DOI 10.1029/2010GB003961.

  30. (31)Våge, K., R.S. Pickart, M.A. Spall, H. Valdimarsson, S. Jonsson, D.J. Torres, S. Østerhus, and T. Eldevik, 2011: Significant role of the North Icelandic Jet in the formation of Denmark Strait Overflow Water. Nature Geoscience, 4, 723-727.

  31. (32)Geyer, F., I. Fer, and T. Eldevik, 2009: Dense overflow from an Arctic fjord: mean seasonal cycle, variability and wind influence. Cont. Shelf Res., 29, 2110-2121.

  32. (33)Eldevik, T., J.E.Ø. Nilsen, D. Iovino, K.A. Olsson, A.B. Sandø, and H. Drange, 2009: Observed sources and variability of Nordic seas overflow. Nature Geoscience, 2, 406-410.

  33. (34)Oliver, K.I.C., T. Eldevik, D.P. Stevens and A. Watson, 2008: A Greenland Sea perspective on the dynamics of post-convective eddies. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 38, 2755-2771.

  34. (35)Thiem, Ø, J. Berntsen, T. Eldevik, and G. Alendal, 2006: Gas exploration beyond the shelf break: an oceanographic challenge. Environ. Modell. Softw., 21, 136-141.

  35. (36)Johannessen, J.A., V. Kudryavtsev, D. Akimov, T. Eldevik, N. Winther, and B. Chapron, 2005: On radar imaging of current features: 2. Mesoscale eddy and current front detection. J. Geophys. Res., 110(C7), DOI 10.1029/2004JC002802.

  36. (37)Olsson, K.A., E. Jeansson, L.G. Anderson, B. Hansen, T. Eldevik, R. Kristiansen, M.-J. Messias, T. Johannessen, and A.J. Watson, 2005: Intermediate water from the Greenland Sea in the Faroe Bank Channel: spreading of released sulphur hexafluoride. Deep Sea Res. I, 52, 279-294.

  37. (38)Johannessen, O.M., K. Lygre, and T. Eldevik, 2005: Convective chimneys and plumes in the northern Greenland Sea. The Nordic Seas: An integrated perspective, H. Drange, T.M. Dokken, T. Furevik, R. Gerdes, and W. Berger, Eds., Geophysical Monograph Series, AGU, 251-272.

  38. (39)Eldevik, T., F. Straneo, A.B. Sandø, and T. Furevik, 2005: Pathways and export of Greenland Sea Water. The Nordic Seas: An integrated perspective, H. Drange, T.M. Dokken, T. Furevik, R. Gerdes, and W. Berger, Eds., Geophysical Monograph Series, AGU, 89-103.

  39. (40)Eldevik, T., 2002: On frontal dynamics in two model oceans. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 32, 2915-2925.

  40. (41)Eldevik, T. and K.B. Dysthe, 2002: Spiral eddies. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 32, 851-869.

  41. (42)Eldevik, T., 2000: On spiral eddies in the ocean. Dr. scient. thesis. Dept. of Mathematics, University of Bergen.


Proceedings and similar

  1. (1)Eldevik, T., 2015: A brief history of climate – the northern seas from Last Glacial Maximum to global warming (in Norwegian). Nansen Memorial Lecture, The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters Yearbook 2014, 349–361.

  2. (2)Johannessen, J.A., V. Kudryavtsev, D. Akimov, T. Eldevik, N. Winther, and B. Chapron, 2006: On radar imaging of mesoscale eddies and fronts. European Operational Oceanography: Present and Future. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on EuroGOOS, H. Dahlin, N. C. Flemming, P. Marchand, and S.E. Pettersson, Eds., EuroGOOS Office and European Commission, Research Directorate-Ge.

  3. (3)Johannessen, J.A., L.H. Pettersson, T. Eldevik, G. Evensen, N. Winther, and Ø. Breivik, 2006: Coastal Physical and Biochemical Processes. Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment, J. Gower, Ed., Manual of Remote Sensing, 6, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 179-196.

  4. (4)Eldevik, T. and K.B. Dysthe, 1999: Short frontal waves: Can frontal instabilities generate small scale spiral eddies? Oceanic Fronts and Related Phenomena, A. Zatsepin and A. Ostrovskii, Eds., IOC Workshop Reports No. 159, 112-117.

  5. (5)Eldevik, T. and A.H. Øien, 1997: Sub- to supersonic streaming of ions towards the cathode in a beam generated plasma model, in Proceedings of the XXIII International Conference on Phenomena in Ionized Gases, vol. 1., M.C. Bordage and A. Gleizes, Eds.


Reports, etc.

  1. (1)Eldevik, T. and L.H. Smedsrud, 2018: Changes in ocean circulation and consequences for European coastal regions. European Academies' Science Advisory Council (EASAC) project scoping paper.

  2. (2)Olsen, S.M., M. Årthun, T. Eldevik, J.S. Fritz, K.M.H. Larsen, R.G. Miller, B. Moat, and M. Oltmanns, 2018: The slowing Gulf Stream? What we know and potential impacts. Blue-Action policy brief. SAMS Research Services Ltd., Konsortium Deutsche Meeresforschung e.V., doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1408097.

  3. (3)Eldevik, T., M. Reigstad, E. Falck, S. Gerland, S. Jentoft, G. Johnsen, U. Lindstrøm, T.L. Rasmussen, L.P. Røed, og P.F. Wassmann, 2014: Nansen’s legacy. Research plan for the central and northern Barents Sea. UiT The Arctic University of Norway. 44 pp.

  4. (4)Eldevik, T., M. Reigstad, E. Falck, S. Gerland, S. Jentoft, G. Johnsen, U. Lindstrøm, T.L. Rasmussen, L.P. Røed, og P.F. Wassmann, 2014: Arven etter Nansen. Forskningsplan for det sentrale og nordlige Barentshavet. UiT Norges arktiske universitet. 48 pp. nansenlegacy.org

  5. (5)Eldevik, T., J.E.Ø. Nilsen, D. Iovino, K.A. Olsson, and A.B. Sandø, 2007: The Greenland Sea does not control the overflows feeding the Atlantic conveyor. On the Nordic Seas role in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, D. Iovino, Ph.D. Thesis, Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

  6. (6)Iovino, D. and T. Eldevik, 2007: Fundamental aspects of the thermohaline gyre circulation in an idealized North Atlantic Ocean. On the Nordic Seas role in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, D. Iovino, Ph.D. Thesis, Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

  7. (7)Johannessen, T., L.G. Anderson, R. Bellerby, M. Danielsen, H. Drange, J. O'Dwyer, T. Eldevik, E. Jeansson, S. Jutterstrom, Y. Kasajima, C. Kivimae, J. Larsen, M.J. Messias, G. Nondal, O.A. Nøst, S. Olafsdottir, J. Olafsson, K.I.C. Oliver, A. Olsen, K.A. Olsson, A. Omar, V. Opheim, I. Skjelvan, and A.J. Watson, 2004: TRACTOR Tracer and circulation in the Nordic Seas region. Final Science Report. Tech. Rep. 15, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

  8. (8)Eldevik, T. and H. Drange, 2002: Resolved and parameterized convective eddies in the Greenland Sea. NOClim, Norwegian Ocean Climate Project, General Technical Report, 3, Department of Geophysics, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

  9. (9)Eldevik, T., 2001: Convective eddies in the Greenland Sea. NOClim, Norwegian Ocean Climate Project, General Technical Report, 2, Department of Geophysics, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

  10. (10)Eldevik, T. and H. Drange, 2001: Process and basin-scale simulations of the deep water ventilation in the open sea, in NOClim, Norwegian Ocean Climate Project, General Technical Report, 1, Dept. of Geophys., Univ. of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

  11. (11)Eldevik, T., I.K. Eliassen, J. Berntsen, and G.K. Furnes, 2001: On the influence of the thermohaline circulation at Ormen Lange. Project report. Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, and Norsk Hydro.

  12. (12)Thiem, Ø., T. Eldevik, and J. Berntsen, 2001: Combined effects of thermohaline and atmospheric forcing on the currents at Ormen Lange. Report no. 165, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Bergen, Norway.

  13. (13)Eliassen, I.K., T. Eldevik, J. Berntsen, and G.K. Furnes, 2000: The current conditions at Ormen Lange. Project report. Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen, and Norsk Hydro.

  14. (14)Eldevik, T., 1999: On energy conversion in a sigma coordinate ocean model. Report no. 129, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Bergen, Norway.

  15. (15)Eldevik, T., 1995: Sub- to supersonic streaming of ions towards the cathode in a beam generated plasma model (in Norwegian). Cand. scient. thesis, DoM, UiB.


updated 15/8/2019