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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.

Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics, and prediction

by Nato Conference on Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction Marseille, France 1977.

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Published by Plenum Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eddy flux -- Congresses.,
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction -- Congresses.,
  • Ocean waves -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by A. Favre and Klaus Hasselmann.
    SeriesNATO conference series : V, Air-sea interactions ;, v. 1
    ContributionsFavre, Alexandre., Hasselman, Klaus, 1931-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC190.2 .N17 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 677 p. :
    Number of Pages677
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4720335M
    LC Control Number78007339

    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 .


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Title: Favre, A., AND K. Hasselmann [Eds.]. Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics, and prediction. NATO Conf. Ser. Air-sea interaction, v. Air-sea fluxes: 25 years of progress. a method often used to determine turbulent fluxes over sea with the aid of measurements from ships and buoys.

Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface. Cite this chapter as: Gelci R., Chavy P. () Seven Years of Routine Numerical Wave Prediction with the DSA 5 Model. In: Favre A., Hasselmann K. (eds) Turbulent Fluxes Through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and by: 2. Click on the book chapter title to read : G.

Csanadi. It was possible to determine the lengthscales and evaluate the behaviour of the mean, wave-related and turbulent components of the flows. 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.

Naval Hydrodynamics, –, ONR, Arlington, Virginia (US Government Printing Office, ); in Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, (eds Favre, A.

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'.

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Fairall2 1U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, New Hampshire 2NOAA Environmental Technology Laboratory, Boulder, Colorado.A. Favre, K. Hasselman (Eds.), Turbulent Fluxes through the Sea Surface, Wave Dynamics, and Prediction, Plenum Press, New York ()Cited by: 7.

Dobson, F. W. & Elliott, J. A. 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.

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