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Table 2.

Root-mean-square difference (m s−1 day−1) over 10°S–10°N between the YOTC reanalysis (monthly mean, 0.25°) and the 0.25° slab boundary layer model simulation quasi-steady state for the three leading terms: nonlinear surface drag, meridional advection, and Coriolis effect, in the zonal and meridional momentum budgets.

Root-mean-square difference (m s−1 day−1) over 10°S–10°N between the YOTC reanalysis (monthly mean, 0.25°) and the 0.25° slab boundary layer model simulation quasi-steady state for the three leading terms: nonlinear surface drag, meridional advection, and Coriolis effect, in the zonal and meridional momentum budgets.
Root-mean-square difference (m s−1 day−1) over 10°S–10°N between the YOTC reanalysis (monthly mean, 0.25°) and the 0.25° slab boundary layer model simulation quasi-steady state for the three leading terms: nonlinear surface drag, meridional advection, and Coriolis effect, in the zonal and meridional momentum budgets.
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