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Air-sea interaction in tropical western Pacific

US-PRC International TOGA Symposium (1988 Beijing)

Air-sea interaction in tropical western Pacific

proceedings of US-PRC International TOGA Symposium, 1988, Beijing

by US-PRC International TOGA Symposium (1988 Beijing)

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Published by China Ocean Press in Beijing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • Ocean-atmosphere interaction -- Tropics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor-in-chief, Chao Jiping, John A. Young.
    ContributionsChao, Jiping., Young, John A.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 539 p. :
    Number of Pages539
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15176057M
    ISBN 107502708618
    OCLC/WorldCa23609883

    Moreover, these recent studies also showed that the atmospheric circulation and zonal wind anomalies over the tropical western Pacific not only result from the air-sea interaction over the tropical western Pacific, but are also greatly influenced by the East Asian winter and summer by: AIR/SEA INTERACTION El Nino A disruption of the ocean-atmosphere system in the tropical Pacific Normally, northeasterly trade winds combined with upwelling off of the coast of Peru keep waters cool in the central and eastern Pacific During El Nino, trade winds relax in the western Pacific leading to warmer waters in the central and eastern.

    On the subseasonal time scale, local air–sea interaction is also non-negligible for the generation and propagation of atmospheric subseasonal variation in middle and low lati-tudes. Many previous studies have studied the subseasonal air–sea interaction over the tropical Indo-Western Pacific (Wu et al. ab, ; Hedon and Glick ), the South. Additionally, air-sea coupling is responsible for differences in the simulation of the tropical intraseasonal oscillation between the coupled and uncoupled models, specifically in terms of organization and propagation in the western by:

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Air-sea interaction in tropical western Pacific by US-PRC International TOGA Symposium (1988 Beijing) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Air-sea interaction in tropical western Pacific: proceedings of US-PRC International TOGA Symposium,Beijing. The air-sea interactions indicatedin this studycould bepotentiafly valu­ able in the prediction of the seasonal behavior of the tropical Pacific ocean and the atmosphere above it.

Significant progress has been made in the area of upper ocean responses and air-sea interactions during the passage of tropical cyclones (TC) since the first edition published in In terms of the upper ocean impacts on intensity, considerable attention has focused on the three-dimensional cold wake structure and the negative feedback due to ocean mixed layer cooling by shear-induced vertical.

western Pacific and eastern Indian Oceans. The overlying air is also warm, giving it the ca­ pacity to hold a very large load ofwater vapour, relative to other tropical, marine air mass­ es.

Release oflatent heat by deep atmospheric convection over the heat pool provides oneCited by: 1. Air–Sea Interaction in Association with Monthly Anomaly Departure over the Western North Pacific and Tropical Indian Ocean during the Spring-to-Summer Transition Authors: Wenting HuCited by: 4.

Changes in the air-sea interaction in the western tropical Pacific during boreal spring across and its impact on Asia climate: Authors: Jo, H. S.; Yeh, S. Affiliation: AA(Marine Sciences and Convergent Technology, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea), AB(Marine Sciences and Convergent Technology, Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea).

Tropical Western Pacific is a key area to understand the air-sea interaction and the tropical-extratropical interactions. In particular, precipitation processes are key to be studied. By considering this fact, observational site is deployed at Palau Islands, and we have conducted long-term observations as well as intensive observations for specific.

Since the influence from the Pacific El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO) over the Atlantic is removed in this run, it provides a better view of the extratropical influences on the tropical air–sea interaction within the Atlantic by:   Moreover, these recent studies also showed that the atmospheric circulation and zonal wind anomalies over the tropical western Pacific not only result from the air-sea interaction over the tropical western Pacific, but are also greatly influenced by the East Asian winter and summer by: Large-scale air-sea interactions in the tropical western Pacific on interannual and intraseasonal time scales.

Tsukuba, Japan: Environmental Research Center, University of Tsukuba, (OCoLC) Atmospheric Administration, the s easonal dependence of local air-sea interaction over the tropical western Pacific warm pool (referred to the region (1º - 6ºN, º - ºE)) is revealed and the.

Air-Sea Interaction: Laws and Mechanisms is a comprehensive account of how the atmosphere and the ocean interact to control the global climate, what physical laws govern this interaction, and its prominent mechanisms. The topics covered range from evaporation in the oceans, to hurricanes, and on to poleward heat transport by the by: HEEast.

These interactions through the whole troposphere over HE may have been a true appearance of ‘‘remote convection,’’ which has been suggested as a mechanism of very high SST generation in tropical oceans. Citation: Qin, H., and H.

Kawamura (), Air-sea interaction throughout the troposphere over a very high sea surfaceCited by: 4. Air–sea interaction acquired this status through the meticulously executed field experiments and elaborate modeling efforts of several researchers in recent decades.

Many studies have underscored the importance of air–sea interaction processes in modulating tropical and extra-tropical. Atmospheric Administration, the s easonal dependence of local air-sea interaction over the tropical western Pacific warm pool (referred to the region (1º6ºN, ººE)) is revealed and the.

The air‐sea interactions over the tropical western Pacific and the Indian Ocean are crucial for the intensity and location of the anomalous WNPSH and the associated convective activities during the summer of the strong EASM by: Lukas, R., Freshwater Input to the Western Equatorial Pacific Ocean and Air-Sea Interaction.

Air-Sea Interaction in Tropical Western Pacific: Proceedings of US-PRC International TOGA Symposium, Beijing. Jiping and J.A. Young, eds., China Ocean Press, China, – Edited Volumes. In the observation, the positive phases of these two modes feature an anomalous anticyclone over the western North Pacific (WNP), but the first mode (M1) is closely connected with the sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies over the tropical Indian Ocean (TIO), the maritime continent (MC) and the equatorial central Pacific (CP), while the second mode (M2) is closely connected with Cited by: these processes in the western North Pacific.

In this paper, we review a number of recent papers using these new satellite observations to study (1) the interaction between typhoons and warm ocean eddies, (2) enhancement in ocean primary production induced by typhoons, and (3) post-typhoon air-sea interaction.

The SST in the northern Indian Ocean has influence on the western Pacific typhoon. On the other hand the typhoon has effects on tropical circulation and thermal structure of ocean and on the west wind outbreak over equator and then on ENSO.

Improvement of typhoon air-sea coupled modelAuthor: Li Yongping, Yunxia Zheng, RunLing Yu, Ziqiang Duan. The warm water pool region in the tropical Western Pacific is a key area for global climate systems, as strong atmospheric convective activity in this area is the driving engine of the atmosphere.

However, there are many processes between meso-scale convective activities and the global-scale climate, and these are not fully understood yet.

To understand the mechanism of clouds-precipitation.1. Introduction. Rapid intensification (RI) in the tropical cyclone (TC) is traditionally defined as the intensity increase of about 30 knots in 24 h in the western North Pacific (WNP; Shu et al., ) and North Atlantic (Kaplan and DeMaria, ).The RI of a TC is a complex nonlinear process which often involves multiple competing and synergistic by: 2.Air-sea interaction related to the MJO There is growing interest in the role that air-sea interaction may play for the dynamics of the Madden-Julian oscillation.

Such interest has been motivated by the poor performance of GCMs in simulating and forecasting the MJO.