Thesis / Dissertation

Investigation of air-sea fluxes over the Southern Ocean using an eddy-covariance technique and parameterization using stability functions

Sushma Reddy Chen Reddy, Robyn Schofield (ed.)

Published : 2019


The Earth is an integrated system that consists of sub-systems that interact and influence each other. These interactions have an important influence on the understanding of weather and climate of the earth system. Air-sea interactions are one such interaction that affects the Earth's system — thus making it essential to understand the physical processes that affect the prediction and forecast of the weather and climate. The present state of art climate and numerical weather prediction models use bulk models which are based on Monin-Obukhov similarity theory and Charnock's relations to determine the fluxes across the air-sea interface. The COARE 3.5 model is the best performing model availab..

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