Observations and Modeling of Turbulent Air-Sea Coupling in Coastal and Strongly Forced Conditions

@inproceedings{OrtizSuslow2017ObservationsAM,
  title={Observations and Modeling of Turbulent Air-Sea Coupling in Coastal and Strongly Forced Conditions},
  author={David G. Ortiz-Suslow},
  year={2017}
}
of a dissertation at the University of Miami. Dissertation supervised by Professor Brian K. Haus. No. of pages in text. (202) The turbulent fluxes of momentum, mass, and energy across the ocean-atmosphere boundary are fundamental to our understanding of a myriad of geophysical processes, such as wind-wave generation, oceanic circulation, and air-sea gas transfer. In order to better understand these fluxes, empirical relationships were developed to quantify the interfacial exchange rates in… CONTINUE READING

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