Last edited by Gardagal
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | History

2 edition of Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, 1951-71 found in the catalog.

Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, 1951-71

David M Husby

Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, 1951-71

by David M Husby

  • 204 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries, for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Seattle, Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction,
  • Energy budget (Geophysics),
  • Marine meteorology -- North Pacific Ocean -- Observations

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid M. Husby and Gunter R. Seckel ; National Marine Fisheries Service
    SeriesNOAA technical report ; NMFS SSRF-696
    ContributionsSeckel, G. R. joint author, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14851685M

    Start studying World Geo Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Argo is an international program that uses profiling floats to observe temperature, salinity, currents, and, recently, bio-optical properties in the Earth's oceans; it has been operational since the early real-time data it provides is used in climate and oceanographic research. A special research interest is to quantify the ocean heat content (OHC).

    Waves are one of the most important factors affecting offshore marine engineering. Accurate calculation of wave distribution is an important prerequisite to ensure the safety of coastal engineering construction. Due to the influence of complex topography, hydrological conditions, and marine structures on the propagation of waves offshore, slowly varying topography, Author: He Gou, Feng Luo, Ruijie Li, Xiaotian Dong, Yifeng Zhang. An airplane over the Pacific Ocean sights an atoll at an 7° angle of depression. If the plane is m above the water, how many kilometers is it from a point m directly above the atoll?(Hint: Make sure your calculator is in degrees!) A. km B. km C. km D. km.

    Cambridge Core - Environmental Science - Climate Change in the Polar Regions - by John TurnerCited by: BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS Somerville. Initial studies were concernec! with cleaning the time en c! space scales of large-scale air-sea interactions (, ), en c! Namias put out several important large-scale air- sea atlases ~ ~ , ~ , ~ .


Share this book
You might also like
Operations research

Operations research

Covered With Nails and Other Stories to Shock Your Socks Off

Covered With Nails and Other Stories to Shock Your Socks Off

The travels of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia

The travels of Ibn Battuta to Central Asia

African, Asian, Hispanic, Native Indian customs of bereavement

African, Asian, Hispanic, Native Indian customs of bereavement

Medical Dictionary Custom Imprint Edition

Medical Dictionary Custom Imprint Edition

Exploring Drafting

Exploring Drafting

Status report on U.S. participation in the International Fund for Agricultural Development

Status report on U.S. participation in the International Fund for Agricultural Development

Studies of bacillary dysentery occurring in the British forces in Macedonia

Studies of bacillary dysentery occurring in the British forces in Macedonia

MARQUEE

MARQUEE

Languages for digital embedded systems

Languages for digital embedded systems

southern western ghats

southern western ghats

Pallikondapuram =

Pallikondapuram =

Perspectives/Level 13 (Hbj Reading Program)

Perspectives/Level 13 (Hbj Reading Program)

United States National Tourism Organization Act of 1996.

United States National Tourism Organization Act of 1996.

PYREX

PYREX

Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, 1951-71 by David M Husby Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, [David M Husby; G R Seckel; United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.]. Get this from a library. Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, [David M Husby; G R Seckel; United States.

National Marine Fisheries Service,]. V/oodjHole,Mis3. j Large-ScaleAir-SeaInteractionsat OceanWeatherStationV, November UNITEDSTATES DEPARTMENTOFCOMMERCE ,Secretary NATIONALOCEANICAND ATMOSPHERICADMINISTRATION RobertMWhite,Administrator NationalMarine.

interactions at Ocean Weather Station' V, "November 44 p. ABSTRACT The meterological observations at OWS-V(Ocean Weather Station V, lat. 34°N,long. °E) were used to compute large-scale air-sea heat exchange processes and wind stresses for each month from Sep­ tember to March The monthly values are tabulated as.

PACIFIC FISHERIES ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY Book Chapters, NOAA Technical Memoranda, and Proceedings; Grey Literature, Data Reports, and Annual 1951-71 book Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, NOAA Tech. Rep. NMFS SSRF 44pp. Walsh, J.J. and A.

Bakun. Species and productivity transients. Air–sea conditions at t = 0 h were then categorized into cases that intensified, weakened, or remained the same.

TCBD07 buoy locations and storm tracks associated with the TCBD07 hurricane air–sea observations observed south of 40°N and located inside km from the analyzed storm center are shown in Fig. Buoys located in Cited by: Air-sea interaction is studied in PAOC using observations, theory and numerical models.

Although less widely appreciated by the public than El Nino and the Southern Oscillation, Atlantic air-sea interactions are currently the subject of intense research, to. The air-sea interaction in the North Atlantic Ocean is studied in three parts.

In the first part, we use the historical dataset from Ocean Weather Station (OWS). To understand the processes of air-sea interaction fully we must include the thermodynamic energy exchanges, as well as the transfer of kinetic energy. S.D. and F.W. Dobson, The Heat Budget at Ocean Weather Station Bravo.

Atmos-Ocean, 22, 1–22 Katsaros K.B. () Parameterization Schemes and Models for Estimating the Surface Cited by: Follow journal Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans JGR: Oceans publishes original research articles on the physics, chemistry, biology and geology to the oceans and their interaction with other components of the Earth system.

Two approaches to the problem of large-scale air-sea-ice interaction can be distinguished: numerical modelling and diagnostic (statistical) analysis. The diagnostic approach is the subject of this chapter. Stochastic modelling, which combines the two approaches, is Cited by: 3.

Variations of zonal mean sea surface temperature and large‐scale air‐sea interaction Article in Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (). Introduction. Recent observations of the nature of air–sea interaction over oceanic fronts and eddies have revealed a positive correlation of near-surface wind speed and SST (Liu et al.,Chelton et al.,Hashizume et al., ).This is a somewhat surprising result considering that on larger, basin scales, the correlation is often negative (Liu et al.,Mantua et al., Cited by: However, MILE relied on surface meteorology from nearby ships.

An international Joint Air–Sea Interaction Experiment (JASIN) was conducted in and again in in the Rockall Trough west of Scotland. The field effort brought 14 ships and 3 aircraft together to observe air–sea interaction and upper-ocean dynamics (Pollard et al.

).Author: Russ E. Davis, Lynne D. Talley, Dean Roemmich, W. Brechner Owens, Daniel L. Rudnick, John Toole, Rob. Large-scale air-sea interactions at Ocean Weather Station V, / (Seattle: National Marine Fisheries Service, ), by David M.

Husby, G. Seckel, and United States. National Marine Fisheries Service (page images at HathiTrust). Browse books in the Springer Praxis Books series on The World Climate Research Programme recommends a semi-enclosed ocean to be an ideal location to study the air–sea interaction.

With the establishment of the micro-meteorological and EC station at a tropical coastal ocean, two years of continuous observations of the micro climate conditions and the energy fluxes in the surface layer were made Author: Yusri Yusup, John Stephen Kayode, Abbas F.M.

Alkarkhi. Physical-biological interactions at this scale are of paramount importance to the productivity of the seas (fisheries) and the heat balance that controls large scale ocean climate phenomena such as El Niño and tornadoes.

This book grew out of the need for a comprehensive treatment of the diverse elements of geophysical fluid flow at the. Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right.

Refer to the Help section for more detailed section for more detailed by: 1. ABSTRACT BOOK FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS in part through air-sea interactions and upper-ocean processes. However, the sensitivity of (ADCPs) and an automatic weather station measuring surface fluxes.

MetUM-GOML is a general circulation model which couples the UK Met Office Unified Model to a. however, these sensors were able to observe the oceanic thermal and biological responses to the Santa Ana event.

[8] The ocean’s thermal response to the Santa Ana can be seen in Figure 4, which shows the sea surface temperature (SST) at UTon Februas observed by the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) on.JGR: Oceans publishes original research articles on the physics, chemistry, biology and geology to the oceans and their interaction with other components of the .Meteorology is a branch of the atmospheric sciences which includes atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric physics, with a major focus on weather study of meteorology dates back millennia, though significant progress in meteorology did not occur until the 18th 19th century saw modest progress in the field after weather observation networks were .