Ocean Turbulent Dynamics at Superresolution From Optimal Multiresolution Analysis and Multiplicative Cascade

@article{Sudre2015OceanTD,
  title={Ocean Turbulent Dynamics at Superresolution From Optimal Multiresolution Analysis and Multiplicative Cascade},
  author={Jo{\"e}l Sudre and Hussein M. Yahia and Oriol Pont and V{\'e}ronique Garçon},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={6274-6285}
}
The synoptic determination of ocean circulation using the data acquired from space, with a coherent depiction of its turbulent characteristics, remains a fundamental challenge in oceanography. This determination has the potential of revealing all aspects of the ocean dynamic variability on a wide range of spatiotemporal scales and will enhance our understanding of ocean-atmosphere exchanges at superresolution, as required in the present context of climate change. Here, we show a four-year time… CONTINUE READING
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