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Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics, and prediction
NATO Conference on Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, Marseille, France, 1977
|Series||NATO conference series: V, Air-sea interactions, v. 1, NATO conference series: V, Air-sea interactions -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Hasselman, Klaus, 1931-, Favre, Alexandre|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 677 p. ill. ;|
|Number of Pages||677|
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Editors (view affiliations) A. Favre; Non-Linear Dynamics of Surface Waves. On the Dynamics of Steep Gravity Waves in Deep Water. Longuet-Higgins. Numerical Wave Prediction Models. Section 1 Fluxes Through the Air-Sea Interface.- Introductory Remarks to the Session on Sea-Surface Fluxes.- On the Structure of Convective Elements in the Air Near the Surface.- Marine Turbulent Boundary Layer Fluxes of Water Vapor, Sensible Heat and Momentum During Gate Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction Erik And prediction book (auth.), A.
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Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction. [A Favre; Klaus Hasselmann] -- A primary aim of the NATO Science Committee since its estab lishment in has been to further international scientific co operation among scientists from the member countries of.
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The waves affect the mean flows, even though the profiles remain essentially logarithmic and the wave field conforms generally with the results of linear theory. In the wind-wave cases the turbulent quantities behave similarly to those in flows over flat Cited by: The response of the lower marine atmospheric boundary layer to sharp changes in sea surface temperature was studied in the Frontal Air‐Sea Interaction Experiment (FASINEX) with aircraft and ships measuring mean and turbulence quantities, sea surface temperature, and wave state.
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On the dynamics of steep gravity waves in deep water, pp. in Turbulent Fluxes Through. the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, eds.
Favre and K. Hasselman, Plenum Publ., A technique for time-dependent free-surface flows, Proc. Soc. Lond. A () Here q′ is the turbulent specific humidity, and Q 10 N and Q 0 are the neutral 10 m and surface mean specific humidities, respectively. After three decades of air–sea turbulence flux measurements, there is a general consensus on the behavior of the parameterizations of momentum, humidity, and heat fluxes at moderate wind by: Dynamics of Winds and Currents Coupled to Surface Waves Article (PDF Available) in Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 42(1) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
1 of 9 J PARAMETERIZING THE TURBULENT SURFACE FLUXES OVER SUMMER SEA ICE Edgar L Andreas1*, P. Ola G. Persson2,3, Rachel E. Jordan1, Thomas W. Horst4, Peter S. Guest5, Andrey A.
Grachev2,3, and Christopher W. Fairall2 1U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, New Hampshire 2NOAA Environmental Technology Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado. Favre, K. Hasselman (Eds.), Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, Plenum Press, New York ()Cited by: 7.
Dobson, F. & Elliott, J. Wave-pressure correlation measurements over growing sea waves with a wave follower and fixed-height pressure sensors.
Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics and Prediction (ed. Favre & K. Hasselmann). by: Publications; Decadal Climate Predictions - MiKlip. Group Members; Publications; Sea Ice in the Earth System Proceedings of the NATO Symposium on Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction.
Ile de Bendor, France, 12 - 16 Sept. pp. -A. Favre and K. Hasselmann (eds.), Plenum Publ. Corp., Turbulent and radiative exchanges of heat between the ocean and atmosphere (hereafter heat fluxes), ocean surface wind stress, and state variables used to estimate them, are Essential Ocean Variables (EOVs) and Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) influencing weather and climate.
This paper describes an observational strategy for producing 3-hourly, km (and an aspirational goal of hourly at Cited by: We present a new model to compute turbulent surface heat and momentum fluxes over leads in the Arctic sea ice.
The momentum roughness length uses a sea state parameterization which is fully consistent with the surface turbulent flux parameterization. The flux parameterization accounts for the fetch limitation of the airflow over a by: Gerbi et al. () showed that K h is greater in the ocean surface boundary layer than would be expected using Monin–Obukhov theory (MO), which predicts turbulent diffusivity using buoyancy and momentum fluxes through a rigid boundary.
Here, we examine whether the inclusion of wave breaking effects can account for the by: Theoretical analysis 30 suggests that the stochastic parametric KH instability mechanism for the growth of surface water waves is sustained in a gusty turbulent flow above the random sea surface.
“Whitecaps and momentum transfer,” NATO Conference on Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics and prediction, edited by A.
Favre and K. Hasselmann (Plenum, New York), pp. –Cited by: Under low‐wind, unstable conditions over water, the Liu, Katsaros and Businger (LKB) estimate of the buoyancy flux into the atmosphere has the form ν 1/3 ΔB 4/3 g(ξ), where ξ is the ratio of the Monin‐Obukhov length to the calm‐water roughness length; ΔB is the buoyancy difference between air just above the ocean surface and the ambient air above, and ν is by: The goal is to investigate, through theory and by analyzing exist ing data, sea surface physics and air-sea exchange in winds that range from weak to hurricane strength.
Ultimately, we want to develop unified parameterizations for the fluxes of momentum, sensible and latent heat, and enthalpy across the air-sea. Turbulent parametric surface waves Daniel Snouck, Mark-Tiele Westra, time and argue that gradient spectra are better suited for comparison to the predictions of weak wave sufﬁces to measure the time dependence of the surface in a single point; through the dispersion relation it also tells the.
Summary of conclusions about the relative advantages of the two techniques, and recommended constants. Friehe, C. and C. Gibson, "Estimates of the Surface Fluxes over the Ocean," in Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics and Prediction, Vol.
1, A. Favre and K. Hasselman (Eds.), Plenum Press (), (13 pages). reairation. in: Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction. Editors: A. Favre, K. Hasselmann, NATO Conference Series, Plenum Press, New York and London. Mttnnich, K.O. and D. Flothmann () Gas exchange in relation to other air/sea interaction phenomena.
SCOR Workshop on "Air/Sea Interaction Phenomena" Miami Information on the turbulent ﬂuxes of momentum, latent heat, and sensible heat at the air–sea interface is essential in improving model simulations of climate variations and in climate studies. A yr (July – December ) dataset of daily surface turbulent ﬂuxes over.
The goal is to investigate, through theory and by analyzing existing data, sea surface physics and air-sea exchange in winds that range from weak to hurricane-strength.
Ultimately, we want to develop unified parameterizations for the fluxes of momentum, sensible and latent heat, and enthalpy across the air-sea. The aim of this book is to present selected theoretical topics on ocean wave dynamics, including basic principles and applications in coastal and offshore engineering, all from the deterministic point of view.
The bulk of the material deals with the linearized s: 1. Zhan-Hong Wan, Jian-Bin Zhu, Ke Sun and Kun Zhou, An integrated turbulent simulation and parameter modeling study on sea-spray dynamics and fluxes, Ocean Engineering, /ng,(), ().Cited by: Download Drake Sisters Series set (Sea storm-Magic in the Wind & Oceans of Fire,Wicked and the Wonderous-Twilight Before Christmas,Dangerous Tides,Turbulent Sea,Safe Harbor,Hidden Currents and read Drake Sisters Series set (Sea storm-Magic in the Wind & Oceans of Fire,Wicked and the Wonderous-Twilight Before Christmas,Dangerous Tides,Turbulent Sea,Safe Harbor,Hidden Currents.
A one-dimensional turbulent model is used to investigate the effect of sea spray mediated turbulent fluxes on upper ocean temperature during the passage of typhoon Yagi over the Kuroshio Extension area in Both a macroscopical sea spray momentum flux algorithm and a microphysical heat and moisture flux algorithm are included in this turbulent by: 3.
State-of-the-art wave prediction methods and data requirements. Ocean Wave Climate ed. M. D. Pdf and A. Malahoff. Plenum Publishing Corp.,A comparison of parametric and spectral hurricane wave prediction products. Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, A.
Favre and K. Hasselmann, editors.Measurement of the pressure and velocity field below surface waves, in: Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics and predictions L. Cavaleri, JN WAVE MODULATED TURBULENT FIELDS AT THE OCEAN SURFACE AND Ebook AIR-SEA FLUXES F.
VERON∗ College of Marine and Earth Studies, University of Delaware, Newark, DEUSA ∗E-mail: [email protected] W. K. MELVILLE and L. LENAIN Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego La Jola, CAUSA.