Special Issue "Disentangling Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions, from Weather to Climate"
A special issue of Atmosphere (ISSN 2073-4433). This special issue belongs to the section "Biosphere/Hydrosphere/Land–Atmosphere Interactions".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2019) | Viewed by 6991
Interests: coastal oceanography; atmosphere-ocean interactions; continental margin dynamics; sediment transport
Interests: physical oceanography; coastal and estuarine circulations; extreme weather; induced water level changes including storm surges
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The scientific community has a growing awareness of the importance of atmosphere–ocean interactions for geophysical processes at various scales. The increasing availability of observational as well as reanalysis data and the recent advancements in numerical modelling are opening new frontiers of study for the coupled atmosphere–ocean system. By allowing two-way feedback between atmosphere and ocean, it is possible to disentangle the drivers and teleconnections from the scale of the single, local event up to the climate dynamics. Achievements in these fields provide an improvement in our understanding of multidisciplinary processes and eventual management and operational services, including weather forecast and early warning systems, e.g., for river floods and storm surge in coastal regions.
With this development, we believe it is timely to assemble some of the most recent research findings in the form of a Special Issue titled “Disentangling Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions, from Weather to Climate” in MDPI Atmosphere. We cordially invite our colleagues to submit manuscripts in this field with original research results or review papers on the state-of-the-art techniques, innovative approaches, multidisciplinary applications, and upcoming challenges in atmosphere–ocean interactions at different scales. Example topics for papers in this Special Issue include but not limited to the following:
- Air–sea interaction parameterizations and coupled atmosphere–ocean numerical modelling approaches;
- Coupled atmosphere–ocean applications for coastal and offshore engineering;
- Analysis of extreme met-oceanic events and their impacts on anthropic infrastructures;
- Operational met-ocean modelling and monitoring;
- Role of air–sea interactions in heat transport and storage;
- Weather and/or climate impact on the ocean and feedback from the ocean to the atmosphere.
Dr. Davide Bonaldo
Prof. Chunyan Li
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- Atmosphere-ocean interactions
- Atmosphere-waves-ocean model coupling
- Extreme weather impact
- Climate projections
- Operational services