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Some observations of ocean thermal response to typhoon passage

by Benjamin Lewis Holt

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    The global ocean stores more than 90% of the heat associated with observed greenhouse-gas-attributed global warming. Using satellite altimetry observations and a large suite of climate models, we conclude that observed estimates of 0– dbar global ocean warming since are likely biased low. Geostationary Satellite Observations and Numerical Simulation of Typhoon-Induced Upwelling to the Northeast of Taiwan. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, [/IGARSS] Sun, J., & Wang, M. (). Reflective Solar Bands Calibration Improvements and Look-up Tables for SNPP VIIRS Operational.

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Some observations of ocean thermal response to typhoon passage by Benjamin Lewis Holt Download PDF EPUB FB2

The physical dynamic and biological response processes to Typhoon Cimaron () in the South China Sea are investigated through the three‐dimensional Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS). Response of the Coastal Ocean to Tropical Cyclones.

The response mechanism o f the ocean t o typhoon can be c onsidered from two. and thermal structures o f the upper ocean.

Typhoon is one of the most destructive natural disasters on the earth. A lot of fruitful research has been conducted, especially from the perspective of atmospheric sciences. During a typhoon, the ocean also undergoes dramatic variabilities, which can have significant feedbacks to the atmosphere and typhoon.

Generally, the sea surface temperatures (SST) decrease and inertial oscillations are Author: Lei Zhou, Lei Zhou, Dake Chen, Xiaotu Lei, Wei Wang, Guihua Wang, Guijun Han. The oceanic response of the Taiwan Strait (TWS) to Typhoon Nesat () was investigated using a fully coupled atmosphere-ocean-wave model (COAWST) verified by observations.

Ocean currents in the TWS changed drastically in response to significant wind variation during the typhoon. The response of ocean currents was characterised by a flow pattern generally consistent with the Ekman boundary Author: Renhao Wu, Qinghua Yang, Di Tian, Bo Han, Shimei Wu, Han Zhang.

The great majority of large breakers seen at a beach result from distant winds. Five factors influence the formation of the flow structures in wind waves: Wind speed or strength relative to wave speed—the wind must be moving faster than the wave crest for energy transfer; The uninterrupted distance of open water over which the wind blows without significant change in direction (called the fetch).

Using multiple-satellite datasets, in situ observations, and numerical simulations, the influence of typhoon-induced precipitation on the oceanic response to Typhoon Kalmaegi has been discussed. It is found that the convective system and precipitation distribution of Kalmaegi was asymmetric, which leaded to the asymmetric rainfall at observational stations.

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Tropical cyclone (TC) activity has a significant role in the exchange of energy between the atmosphere and the ocean (Bueti et al. ).The variability of the upper-ocean temperature modulates TC intensity (Emanuel et al.

), but TC activity also has a role in the modulation of the thermal and dynamical structure of the ocean (Emanuel ).Two feedbacks between the atmosphere and the Cited by: 9. where ϕ 22 is the planar wavenumber spectrum and can be defined using Eqs. () or (), using different empirical models for the turbulent spectrum.

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This chapter, using satellite and cruise survey data, introduces recent observations that Chlorophyll a (Chl-a) blooms occur not only on the surface, but also in the interior, just above the thermocline after the passage of a : DanLing Tang, Hai Jun Ye, Yi Sui, Y.

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Un monde de barrages durables et sécuritaires contiennent les contributions présentées lors du symposium de de la Commission internationale des grands barrages (CIGBOttawa, Canada, juin ).The ocean’s primary direct response to a hurricane is cooling of the sea surface temperature (SST).

How does this occur? When the strong winds of a hurricane move over the ocean they churn-up much cooler water from below. The net result is that the SST of the ocean after storm passage can be lowered by several degrees Celsius (up to