Special Issue "Sea Level Fluctuations"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 5 October 2021.
This Special Issue of JMSE is devoted to the wave processes of the ocean, which are of crucial importance for its inhabitants. In addition, they play a crucial role in the energy exchange of geospheres and the Earth’s climate. Especially interesting are questions related to the nonlinear interaction of oscillations and waves of different frequency ranges, which lead to the formation of catastrophic phenomena. In the study of ocean wave processes, ranging from tidal to hydroacoustic, it is essential to study the physics of their occurrence, development, and transformation into neighboring geospheres. When studying tidal processes, seiches, surface and internal sea waves, as well infragravity waves, the question of the primary source of these oscillations and waves is extremely interesting: whether from the ocean, atmosphere, or lithosphere. From this point of view, an interdisciplinary approach aimed at the simultaneous study of processes of similar frequency ranges in all geospheres is critically important.
Dr. Grigory Ivanovich Dolgikh
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- surface and internal sea waves
- infragravity waves
- solitary waves
- interaction of geospheres
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
Fluctuations of the sea level, caused by gravitational and infra-gravitational sea waves
Grigory Dolgikh1, Sergey Budrin2, Stanislav Dolgikh3
Summary: In the article we analyze the results of processing experimental data of the range of surface gravity sea wind waves (2-20 s) and the range of infra-gravitational sea waves (30 s - 10 min), obtained on the laser meter of hydrosphere pressure variations. The laser meter of hydrosphere pressure variations was installed for a long time on the bottom at different points of the Sea of Japan shelf. In the course of the analysis, we studied the connection between variations of the main periods of gravitational sea waves with the dispersion and the Doppler Effect, variations of speed and direction of the wind in a typhoon zone. In the combined analysis of variations of hydrosphere pressure in the ranges of gravitational and infra-gravitational sea waves, we studied their energy relationships; and determined regional infra-gravitational sea waves, which make a significant contribution to the energy of the infra-gravitational range. In the conclusion of the article, we present a record of the laser meter of hydrosphere pressure variations, containing a packet of solitary sea waves of significant amplitude, related, according to their characteristics, to rogue waves.