Exercise 1: An estimation of the size of the database necessary to store a representative grid of the Earth.
An illustration of the use of the stored topography of the world's oceans.
Exercise 3: An illustration of one of the input parameters for the ocean model that can be obtained from experimental readings.
Exercise 4: An illustration of another input parameter for an ocean model.
Exercise 5: Students should think about where this code is easily vectorized or parallelized.
Exercise 6: Evaluation of the ocean model.
Exercise 7: Determine the equations for a simple rectilinear coordinate system from governing equations for mass and momentum.
Exercise 8: The z-level and the sigma-coordinate versions of the governing equations.
Exercise 9: An evaluation of the Persian Gulf Tidal Model for various platforms and with slight changes of the input parameters.
Exercise 10: Persian Gulf Tidal Model for M2 and K1 constituents.
Exercise 11: Tidal Model for with semi-diurnal constituents and data assimilation.
Exercise 12: Tidal Model with diurnal constituents and data assimilation.
Exercise 13: Tidal Model with semi-diurnal and diurnal constituents and data assimilation.
Exercise 14: Tidal Model with semi-diurnal and diurnal constituents but no data assimilation.