Special Issue "Sea Surface Temperature: From Observation to Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 August 2021) | Viewed by 14882
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: climate change; climate extremes; SST; weather numerical modelling; extreme precipitation; atmosphere–ocean interaction; Mediterranean meteorology
In a global and accelerated climate change environment, sea surface temperature (SST) was defined by the World Meteorological Organization as one of the essential climate variables that contribute to the characterization of the Earth’s climate. Recent studies confirmed that a huge amount of energy is being stored in the oceans; so, SST emerged as a proxy of this energy reservoir, especially to derive future trends in climate change and impacts on the frequency of weather extremes and their growing impact on human societies. This energy storage has a considerable impact on the atmosphere–ocean system through heat exchange. More attention is being paid to SST monitoring and analysis so that advances have been recorded in these fields.
As such, original research and review papers are welcome on the main subjects of sea surface temperature measurement techniques, data collection, and analysis. The main topics welcome in this special issue of JMSE include, but are not limited to:
- SST measuring techniques, both in situ or remote sensing
- Measuring SST: sensors technical development, measuring techniques
- SST measurement networks: buoys, gliders, remote sensing, etc.
- SST data treatment (gap data filling, neural networks, SST series reconstruction, etc.)
- Remote sensing: measuring, validation
- SST climate: variability, spatial distribution, trends
- Impacts on marine biodiversity, aquaculture, and fisheries
- Impacts on atmospheric phenomena, especially extremes
- Teleconnection with climatic patterns
- Physical and dynamical oceanography: correlation with sea level and salinity
- SST and general ocean circulation
Manuscript Submission Information
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- climate change
- atmosphere–ocean interaction
- in situ and remote sensing
- measuring techniques
- time series
- general oceanic circulation