The MITgcm (MIT General Circulation Model) is a numerical model for studying
the ocean and atmosphere. It is capable of simulating these fluids at a
wide range of scales and can resolve many different processes. It has a
non-hydrostatic capability (Marshall et al., JGR 1996a & b) and uses
the finite volume method to accurately represent the bottom boundary position
(Adcroft et al., MWR 1998).
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