Special Issue "Instabilities and Nonlinear Dynamics in Oceanic Flows"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2022 | Viewed by 3398
Interests: ocean dynamics; mesoscale vortex stability and interactions; continental slope currents; outflows from marginal seas
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Interests: climate sciences; physical oceanography; ocean changes and impact on climate at regional and global scale; air–sea exchanges and changes; shaping of the ocean dynamics and climate change on marine ecosystems
This Special Issue will concentrate on nonlinear ocean dynamics (in particular at mesoscale and sub-mesoscale) and on the mechanisms inherent to these nonlinearities, in particular, flow instabilities and interactions of coherent structures.
Theoretical contributions and process studies lie at the core of this topic. Studies based on observations or on more general numerical modeling are welcome, provided they concentrate on the mechanisms of nonlinear ocean dynamics. Purely descriptive regional studies should be avoided. Mechanisms involving coupled atmospheric and oceanic flows will be considered.
Prof. Dr. Xavier Carton
Prof. Dr. Sabrina Speich
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- process studies (theory and modeling)
- mesoscale and sub-mesoscale oceanic structures
- nonlinear dynamics
- flow characterization, stability, and evolution
- oceanic eddies and filaments
- eddy interactions (mutual and with a surrounding)