Dr Bruno Deremble
bruno.deremble-at-ens.fr
  • LMD-ENS
  • 24 rue Lhomond (Rm E501)
  • 75005 Paris
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Research

I am a pyhysical oceanographer (CNRS researcher at the Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique at the Ecole Normale Superieure). The aim of my research is centered around several key questions that I believe to be of prime importance to oceanography and climate dynamics. My work focuses on ocean-atmosphere interactions, mesoscale structures, oceanic intrinsic variability, and atmospheric weather regimes. To address these questions, my approach is to proceed systematically from theory and process oriented studies to regionally embedded, fine scale primitive equation modeling. Specifically, my current research projects include:

  • Building and understanding the physics of a multiple scale ocean model (that combines planetary and quasi-geostrophic physics),
  • Identifying and characterizing the ocean low-frequency variability in idealized and realistic ocean models,
  • Understanding the eddy-topography interaction.

Course Notes

Dynamique de l'atmosphère et des océans MEC433 Polytechnique

References

Q. Jamet, W. K. Dewar, N. Wienders, and Bruno Deremble. Spatio-temporal patterns of chaos in the atlantic1overturning circulation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 0:Submitted, 2019. [ .pdf ]

Q. Jamet, W. K. Dewar, N. Wienders, and Bruno Deremble. Fast warming of the surface ocean under a climatological scenario. Geophys. Res. Lett., 0:in revision, 2019. [ .pdf ]

Joseph Schoonover, William K Dewar, Nicolas Wienders, and Bruno Deremble. Local sensitivities of the gulf stream separation. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 47(2):353--373, 2017. [ DOI | .pdf ]

A Fabregat, Bruno Deremble, N Wienders, A Stroman, A Poje, TM Özgökmen, and WK Dewar. Rotating 2d point source plume models with application to deepwater horizon. Ocean Model., 119:118--135, 2017. [ .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, E. R. Johnson, and W. K. Dewar. A coupled model of interior balanced and boundary flow. Ocean Model., 119:1--12, 2017. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble. Convective plumes in rotating systems. J. Fluid Mech., 799:27--55, 2016. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, W.K. Dewar, and E. Chassignet. Vorticity dynamics near sharp topographic features. J. Mar. Res, 74(6):249--276, 2016. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, N. Wienders, and W. K. Dewar. Potential vorticity budget in the North Atlantic ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 44:164--178, 2014. [ DOI | .pdf ]

W. Arruda, V. Zharkov, Bruno Deremble, D. Nof, and E.P. Chassignet. A new model of current retroflection applied to the westward protrusion of the agulhas current. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 44:3118--3138, 2014. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, N. Wienders, and W. K. Dewar. CheapAML: A simple, atmospheric boundary layer model for use in ocean-only model calculations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141:809--821, 2013. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble and W. K. Dewar. Volume and potential vorticity budgets of Eighteen Degree Water. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 43:2309--2321, 2013. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, E. Simonnet, and M. Ghil. Multiple equilibria and oscillatory modes in a mid-latitude ocean-forced atmospheric model. Nonlin. Processes Geophy., 19(5):479--499, 2012. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, G. Lapeyre, and M. Ghil. Atmospheric dynamics triggered by an oceanic SST front in a moist quasi-geostrophic model. J. Atmos. Sci., 69:1617--1632, 2012. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble and W. K. Dewar. First order scaling law for potential vorticity extraction due to wind. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 42:1303--1312, 2012. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, A. M. Hogg, Pavel Berloff, and W. K. Dewar. On the application of no-slip lateral boundary conditions to `coarsely' resolved ocean models. Ocean Model., 39(3-4):411--415, 2011. [ DOI | .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble. Low frequency atmospheric dynamics -- Influence of a sea surface temperature front. PhD thesis, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, 2010. [ .pdf ]

Bruno Deremble, F. D'Andrea, and M. Ghil. Fixed points, stable manifolds, weather regimes, and their predictability. Chaos, 19(4):043109, 2009. [ DOI | .pdf ]