Special Issue "Ocean's Role in Continental and Coastal Climate Variability and Change"

A special issue of Climate (ISSN 2225-1154).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2018

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. Hyo Choi

Department of Atmospheric & Environmental Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, Gangneung-Wonju National University, Gangneung campus, Jukheongil 7, Gangneung, Gangwondo 25457, South Korea
Atmospheric and Oceanic Disaster Research Institute, Dalim Apt. 209 ho, Songjungdong 940-23, Gangneung, Gangwondo 25563, South Korea
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Interests: numerical modeling of air pollution; coastal and oceanic atmospheric boundary layer; physical oceanography (waves and typhoon)
Guest Editor
Dr. Milton S. Speer

Climate Change Research Centre, The University of South Wales, Sydney NSW 2052, Australia
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Interests: severe weather and air quality modeling; meso-scale and synoptic-scale meteorology; extra-tropical climate; climate variability and change

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The ocean exchanges heat by absorbing solar radiation and releasing it into the atmosphere, moisture through evaporation and condensation of water vapor, and carbon dioxide through air–sea interactions with the atmosphere, causing a significant influence on continental and coastal climates, for both short-term and long-term periods.

This Special Issue will be focused on both short-term and long-term climate changes, involving heat transport and ocean circulation impacts on continental and coastal climates, variability of temperature ranges in continental, coastal, and ocean processes on intra- and inter-annual time scales, sea level rise and coastal erosion, biological pumps in the ocean impacting carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere, severe flood and draught, El Nino, the unusual paths of tropical cyclones, as well as their development and decay in coastal and open seas. However, there are also no limitations in regards to processes applied in the above-mentioned subject areas.

Prof. Dr. Hyo Choi
Dr. Milton S. Speer
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • short-term and long-term climate changes involving heat transport and ocean circulation impact on continental and coastal climates
  • variability of temperature ranges intra- and inter-annual time scales in continent, coast and ocean
  • sea level rise and coastal erosion
  • carbon dioxide transferring through the air-sea interface
  • biological pump in the ocean impacting carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere
  • severe flood and draught
  • unusual paths of tropical cyclone and their development and decay
  • El Nino

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.
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