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J. Mar. Sci. Eng., Volume 7, Issue 11 (November 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Primary surface biological production due to the development of small scale or submesoscale [...] Read more. Primary surface biological production due to the development of small scale or submesoscale dynamical processes are a feature of the oceanographic aftermath of an intense tropical cyclone passage. Hurricane Ivan of September 2004 in the Gulf of Mexico is a prime example of the enhancement of surface chlorophyll-a in submesoscale filaments following the intense turbulence generated in the upper ocean by Ivan's wind stresses. The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory has elucidated these processes through a fully-integrated air-sea-wave-biology tropical cyclone model that provides a mechanistic explanation of these filaments revealed in satellite ocean color imagery following Ivan. View this paper.