COUPLED WAVE-OCEAN MODELLING SYSTEM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

@inproceedings{Clementi2013COUPLEDWM,
  title={COUPLED WAVE-OCEAN MODELLING SYSTEM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA},
  author={Enrico Clementi and Peter Oddo and Gerasimos Korres and M. Drudi and Nadia Pinardi},
  year={2013}
}
In the last years, a growing interest has been devoted to wind-wave-current model coupling since their interactions control the boundary fluxes, momentum and energy exchange between the atmosphere and the ocean and within the water column. Model coupling can be achieved at different levels of complexity. In this work we concentrate on wave modifications due to (i) surface current interaction and (ii) effective wind speed correction according to a stability parameter (Tolman, 2002), as well as… CONTINUE READING

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