The Contribution of Surface and Submesoscale Processes to Turbulence in the Open Ocean Surface Boundary Layer

Volume: 11, Issue: 12, Pages: 4066 - 4094
Published: Dec 1, 2019
Abstract
The ocean surface boundary layer is a critical interface across which momentum, heat, and trace gases are exchanged between the oceans and atmosphere. Surface processes (winds, waves, and buoyancy forcing) are known to contribute significantly to fluxes within this layer. Recently, studies have suggested that submesoscale processes, which occur at small scales (0.1–10 km, hours to days) and therefore are not yet represented in most ocean models,...
Paper Details
Title
The Contribution of Surface and Submesoscale Processes to Turbulence in the Open Ocean Surface Boundary Layer
Published Date
Dec 1, 2019
Volume
11
Issue
12
Pages
4066 - 4094
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