Dr Andy Hogg

Associate Professor
ARC Future Fellow
J7, 212
+61 2 61259962

Research

Research interests

My research interests centre on physical processes governing the ocean and climate, and I'm a member of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science. Some interesting research includes:

The Southern Ocean

The Southern Ocean is home to the world's strongest ocean current and the strongest winds. It acts to insulate Antarctica from the tropical oceans, is a point of convergence for other major ocean basins and plays a pivotal role in the natural carbon cycle. Read More ...

 

Ocean Eddies:

Ocean eddies are small scale (10-100km) vortices which occur in all regions of the ocean. Despite their small size, they can have significant impacts on large scale ocean circulation - and climate. In the near future, global ocean/climate models will be able to resolve eddies, posing new problems for ocean modellers. More coming soon ...

Energy and Mixing in the Ocean:

The ocean circulation is constrained by the sources and sinks of energy. Sources of energy include input of energy from winds, tidal stresses at the ocean and bottom and heating/cooling at the surface, while energy is lost via ocean turbulence and mixing. Understanding the ocean energy budget, using theory, laboratory experiments and numerical models, helps to constrain the ocean's response to changes in climate.

 

Publications

See list of publications in Researcher ID

Papers Currently Under Review:

  • A. K. MORRISON, M. H. ENGLAND & A. McC. HOGG  (2014). Southern Ocean surface cooling in response to a warming perturbation in an eddy permitting ocean model, J. Climate., Submitted.
  • A. McC. HOGG, M. P. MEREDITH, D. P CHAMBERS, E. P. ABRAHAMSEN, C. W. HUGHES & A. K. MORRISON (2014). Recent trends in the Southern Ocean eddy field and Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Geophys. Res. Lett.Submitted.
  • E. HOWARD, A. McC. HOGG, S. WATERMAN & D. P. MARSHALL (2014). The injection of zonal momentum by buoyancy forcing in a Southern Ocean model, J. Phys. Oceanogr.Submitted.
  • S. M. DOWNES, L. R. PURE & A. McC. HOGG (2014). Evaluation of Antarctic Circumpolar Current trends in ACCESS models with different atmospheric components, J. Phys. Oceanogr.Submitted.

 

Journal Publications:

50. H. A. DIJKSTRA, J. A. SAENZ & A. McC. HOGG (2014). Energetics of Multidecadal Atlantic Ocean Variability, J. Climate, In Press.

49. P. SPENCE, S. M. GRIFFIES, M. H. ENGLAND, A. McC. HOGG, O. A. SAENKO & N. C. JOURDAIN (2014). Rapid subsurface warming and circulation changes of Antarctic coastal waters by poleward shifting winds, Geophys. Res. Lett., In Press.

48. A. DE BOER & A. McC. HOGG (2014). Control of the glacial carbon budget by topographically induced mixing, Geophys. Res. Lett.In Press.

47. I. ROSSO, A. McC. HOGG, P. G. STRUTTON, A. E. KISS, R. MATEAR, A. KLOCKER & E. VAN SEBILLE (2014). Vertical transport in the ocean due to sub-mesoscale structures: Impacts in the Kerguelen region, Ocean Modell., In Pressdoi: 10.1016/j.ocemod.2014.05.001.

46. A. McC. HOGG & D. R. MUNDAY (2014). Does the sensitivity of Southern Ocean circulation depend upon bathymetric details? Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, 372, 2130050, doi:10.1098/rsta.2013.0050.

45. K. D. STEWART, J. A. SAENZ, A. McC. HOGG, G. O. HUGHES, R. W. GRIFFITHS (2014). Accounting for Topography when Calculating the Energy Budget of the Oceans, Ocean Modell., 76, 31-42, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2014.02.001.

44. L. M. FRANKCOMBE, P. SPENCE, A. McC. HOGG, M. H. ENGLAND & S. M. GRIFFIES (2013). Sea level changes forced by Southern Ocean winds. Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5710-5715, doi:10.1002/2013GL058104.

43. A. K. MORRISON, O. A. SAENKO, A. McC. HOGG & P. SPENCE  (2013). The role of vertical eddy transport in Southern Ocean heat uptake, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5445-5450, doi:10.1002/2013GL057706.

42. A. McC. HOGG, H. A.  DIJKSTRA & J. A. SAENZ (2013). The Energetics of a Collapsing Meridional Overturning Circulation. J. Phys. Oceanogr.43, 1512-1524, doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-0212.1.

41. L. S. URAKAWA, J. A. SAENZ & A. M. HOGG (2013). Available potential energy gain from mixing due to the nonlinearity of the equation of state in a global ocean model, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 2224–2228, doi:10.1002/grl.50508.

40. S. M. DOWNES & A. McC. HOGG (2013). Southern Ocean circulation and eddy compensation in CMIP5 models. J. Climate.26, 7198-7220,  doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-12-00504.1.

39. D. K. HUTCHINSON, M. H. ENGLAND, A. SANTOSO, and A. McC. HOGG (2013). Interhemispheric Asymmetry in Transient Global Warming: The Role of Drake Passage. Geophys. Res. Lett.40, 1587–1593, doi:10.1002/grl.50341.

38. C. C. CHAPMAN & A. McC. HOGG (2013). Jet Jumping: Low-Frequency Variability in the Southern Ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr.43, 990-1003, doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-0123.1

37. A. K. MORRISON & A. McC. HOGG (2013). On the relationship between Southern Ocean overturning and ACC transport. J. Phys. Oceanogr.43, 140-148, doi:10.1175/JPO-D-12-057.1.

36. J. A. SAENZ, A. McC. HOGG, G. O. HUGHES & R. W. GRIFFITHS (2012). The mechanical power input from buoyancy and wind in an ocean model. Geophys. Res. Lett.39, L13605,doi:10.1029/2012GL052035.

35. C. J. SHAKESPEARE & A. McC. HOGG (2012). An analytical model of the response of the MOC to changes in wind and buoyancy forcing. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 42, 1270–1287, doi:10.1175/JPO-D-11-0198.1.

34. M. P. MEREDITH, A. C. NAVEIRA-GARABATO, A. McC. HOGG & R. FARNETI (2012). Sensitivity of the overturning circulation in the Southern Ocean to decadal changes in wind forcing. J. Climate.25, 99-100,doi:10.1175/2011JCLI4204.1.

33. W. K. DEWAR, P. BERLOFF & A. McC. HOGG (2011). Submesoscale generation by boundaries. J. Mar. Res.69, 501-522, doi:10.1357/002224011799849345.

32. A. McC. HOGG, W. K. DEWAR, P. BERLOFF & M. L. WARD (2011). Kelvin wave hydraulic control induced by interactions between vortices and topography. J. Fluid Mech.687, 194-208,doi:10.1017/jfm.2011.344

31. S. KRAVTSOV, I. KAMENKOVICH, A. McC. HOGG & J. PETERS (2011). On the mechanisms of late 20th century sea-surface temperature trends over the Antarctic Circumpolar Current J. Geophys. Res.,116, C11034, doi:10.1029/2011JC007473.

30. M. P. MEREDITH ET AL (2011). Sustained monitoring of the Southern Ocean at Drake Passage: past achievements and future priorities Rev. Geophys.49, RG4005, doi:10.1029/2010RG000348.

29. M. L. WARD & A. McC. HOGG (2011). Establishment of momentum balance by form stress in a wind-driven channel. Ocean Modell.40, 133-146, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2011.08.004.

28. A. K. MORRISON, A. McC. HOGG & M. L. WARD (2011). Sensitivity of the Southern Ocean overturning circulation to surface buoyancy forcing. Geophys. Res. Lett.38, L14602,doi:10.1029/2011GL048031.

27. B. DEREMBLE, A. McC. HOGG, P. BERLOFF & W. K. DEWAR (2011). On the Application of No-Slip Lateral Boundary Conditions to 'Coarsely' Resolved Ocean Models. Ocean Modell.39, 411-415,doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2011.05.002.

26. A. McC. HOGG (2010). An Antarctic Circumpolar Current driven by surface buoyancy forcing.Geophys. Res. Lett.37, L23601, doi:10.1029/2010GL044777.

25. A. McC. HOGG & R. W. GRIFFITHS (2010). A coupled ocean-atmosphere laboratory model of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Ocean Modell.35, 54-66, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2010.06.004.

24. R. MORROW, M. L. WARD, S. PASQUET & A. McC. HOGG (2010). Eddy response to Southern Ocean climate modes. J. Geophys. Res.115, C10030, doi:10.1029/2009JC005894.

23. D. K. HUTCHINSON, A. McC. HOGG, & J. R. BLUNDELL (2010). Southern Ocean Response to Relative Velocity Wind Stress Forcing. J. Phys. Oceanogr.40, 326-339. [Online copy from JPO]

22. M. S. SINGH & A. McC. HOGG (2010). Viscous effects in two-layer, unidirectional hydraulic flow. J. Fluid Mech.644, 371-394. [Online Copy from JFM]

21. W. K. DEWAR & A. McC. HOGG (2010). Inviscid dissipation of balanced flow. Ocean Modell.32, 1-13. [Online copy from Ocean Modell.]

20. G. O. HUGHES, A. McC. HOGG & R. W. GRIFFITHS (2009). Available potential energy and irreversible mixing in the meridional overturning circulation. J. Phys. Oceanogr.39, 3130-3146. [Online copy from JPO]

19. T. PRASTOWO, R. W. GRIFFITHS, G. O. HUGHES & A. McC. HOGG (2009). Effects of topography on the cumulative mixing efficiency in exchange flows. J. Geophys. Res.114, C08008, doi:10.1029/2008JC005152. [Online copy from JGR]

18. A. McC. HOGG, W. K. DEWAR, P. BERLOFF, S. KRAVTSOV & D. K. HUTCHINSON (2009). The effects of mesoscale ocean-atmosphere coupling on the large-scale ocean circulation. J. Climate22, 4066-4082. [Online copy from J. Climate]

17. J. NYCANDER, A. McC. HOGG & L. M. FRANKCOMBE, (2008). Open boundary conditions for nonlinear shallow water models. Ocean Mod., doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2008.06.003. [Online copy from OM]

16. T. PRASTOWO, R. W. GRIFFITHS, G. O. HUGHES & A. McC. HOGG, (2008). Mixing efficiency in controlled exchange flows. J. Fluid Mech.600, 235-244. [Online copy from JFM]

15. A. McC. HOGG, M. P. MEREDITH, J. R. BLUNDELL & C. WILSON, (2008). Eddy heat flux in the Southern Ocean: Response to variable wind forcing. J. Climate21, 608-620. [Online copy from J. Climate]

14. A. McC. HOGG, (2008). Glacial Cycles and Carbon Dioxide: A conceptual model. Geophys. Res. Lett.,35, L01701, doi:10.1029/2007GL032071.  [Online copy from GRL]

13. L. M. FRANKCOMBE & A. McC. HOGG, (2007). Tidal modulation of two-layer hydraulic exchange flows. Ocean Science3, 179-188.  [On-line copy from OS]

12. P. BERLOFF, A. McC. HOGG & W. K. DEWAR, (2007). Dynamical mechanism of the generic low-frequency variability in wind-driven ocean gyres. J. Phys. Ocean.37, 2363-2386. [Online copy from JPO]

11. M. P. MEREDITH & A. McC. HOGG, (2006). Circumpolar response of Southern Ocean eddy activity to changes in the Southern Annular Mode. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, doi:10.1029/2006GL026499.  [On-line copy from GRL]

10. A. McC. HOGG & J. R. BLUNDELL, (2006). Interdecadal variability of the Southern Ocean. J. Phys. Ocean., 36, 1626-1645. [Online copy from JPO]

9. A. McC. HOGG & G. O. HUGHES, (2006). Shear flow and viscosity in single-layer hydraulics J. Fluid. Mech. 548, 431-443.  [On-line copy from JFM]

8. A. McC. HOGG, W. K. DEWAR, P. D. KILLWORTH & J. R. BLUNDELL, (2006). Decadal variability of the midlatitude climate system driven by the ocean circulation. J. Climate, 19, 1149-1166. [On-line copy from J. Clim.]

7. A. McC. HOGG, P. D. KILLWORTH, J. R. BLUNDELL & W. K. DEWAR, (2005). On the mechanisms of decadal variability of the wind-driven ocean circulation. J. Phys. Ocean., 35, 512-531. [On-line copy from JPO]

6. A. ENGQVIST & A. McC. HOGG, (2004). Unidirectional stratified flow through a non-rectangular channel. J. Fluid. Mech. 509 , 83-92. [On-line copy from JFM]

5. A. McC. HOGG & P. D. KILLWORTH, (2004). Continuously stratified exchange flow through a contraction in a channel. J. Fluid. Mech. 499, 257-276. [On-line copy from JFM]

4. A. McC. HOGG, W. K. DEWAR, P. D. KILLWORTH & J. R. BLUNDELL, (2003). A Quasi-Geostrophic Coupled Model (Q-GCM). Mon. Weather Rev., 131, 2261-2278. [On-line Copy from MWR]

3. A. McC. HOGG & G. N. IVEY, (2003). The Kelvin-Helmholtz to Holmboe instability transition in stratified exchange flows. J. Fluid. Mech. 477, 339-362. [On-line Copy from JFM]

2. A. McC. HOGG, K. B. WINTERS & G. N. IVEY, (2001). Linear Internal waves and the control of stratified exchange flows. J. Fluid. Mech., 447, 357-375. [On-line Copy from JFM]

1. A. M. HOGG, G. N. IVEY & K. B. WINTERS, (2001). Hydraulics and mixing in controlled exchange flows.J. Geophys. Res., 106, 959-972. [On-line Copy from JGR]

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