Limitation of One-Dimensional Ocean Models for Coupled Hurricane-Ocean Model Forecasts

@inproceedings{Yablonsky2009LimitationOO,
  title={Limitation of One-Dimensional Ocean Models for Coupled Hurricane-Ocean Model Forecasts},
  author={Richard M. Yablonsky and Isaac Ginis},
  year={2009}
}
  • Richard M. Yablonsky, Isaac Ginis
  • Published 2009
  • Mathematics
  • Abstract Wind stress imposed on the upper ocean by a hurricane can limit the hurricane’s intensity primarily through shear-induced mixing of the upper ocean and subsequent cooling of the sea surface. Since shear-induced mixing is a one-dimensional process, some recent studies suggest that coupling a one-dimensional ocean model to a hurricane model may be sufficient for capturing the storm-induced sea surface temperature cooling in the region providing heat energy to the hurricane. Using both a… CONTINUE READING

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