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The thermometer is placed in a Marine Screen, also known as a Stevenson Screen. This has a solid top For meteorological purposes the sea surface temperature is required. raudone.info raudone.info marine meteorology. Since that time, humanity has been simultaneously fascinated and awed by the powers of the air and sea, as well as anxious to understand. Keywords: marine meteorology; marine environmental conditions; maritime navigation objects of study for marine meteorology and oceanography. They have.
The cloud formation in any locality is an important feature of most weather situations and provides the meteorologist with valuable information when preparing a forecast. Summary of cloud types The names and descriptions of the various cloud types have been agreed internationally by the World Meteorological Organisation. The earliest cloud classification, prepared in , contained five types derived from Latin words cirrus meaning thread , cumulus heap , stratus layer , nimbus grey rain cloud and fractus broken.
The present classification is an amplification and combination of these. Briefly, cirrus clouds are of a feathery or fibrous appear- ance; cumulus are cauliflower shaped above with a flattish base; stratus clouds form a more or less shapeless or homogenous layer or sheet; nimbus clouds have a uniform dark grey and threatening appearance, often with precipitation or virga trailing beneath.
Cloud types are further divided into three groups based upon their height above the observer: high, medium and low. Description of cloud types see photos 1 to 16 Stratus St A more or less continuous layer or sheet of cloud, similar in appearance to fog but rarely touching the ground except in the case of high land.
When it does touch the ground it is indistinguishable from fog. When broken up into patches by the wind it is called fractostratus Fs.
Height of base generally between metres feet and metres 2, feet. Nimbostratus Ns A low, dark grey, shapeless and somewhat ragged cloud, of rainy appearance, often having below it pieces of scud termed Fractostratus Fs from which precipitation may often fall; when it does it is usually continuous. Height of base is usually between metres feet and metres 2, feet but may be either very close to the surface or is sometimes as high as 1, metres 4, feet. They are often arranged in lines or groups orientated in one or two directions.
When covering the whole sky they give it a wavy appearance. Height of base is usually between about metres 1, feet and 1, metres 4, feet. See also altocumulus and cirrocumulus. Cumulus Cu Whitish cauliflower shaped clouds with a more or less flat base and appreciable vertical thickness. They vary in size and vertical extent and can develop up to great heights see Cb.
These clouds are a feature of the trade wind area but can occur anywhere. In certain conditions of light, parts of these look dark. Base height is usually between about metres 1, feet and 1, metres 5, feet. The thundercloud, a cumulus type of cloud but of great vertical extent.
The top, instead of being rounded like a cauliflower, looks more mountainous or may grow into the shape of a fibrous looking anvil. The base is generally flattish and often has fractostratus Fs clouds below it from which precipitation falls. If cumulonimbus cloud is very extensive it may resemble nimbostratus Ns. Height of base is usually between metres 1, feet and 1, metres 5, feet.
A layer or patches of flattish, globular shaped, fairly small clouds, white or grey in colour, often arranged in lines, very similar in appearance to stratocumulus but at a greater height and the individual cloudlets look smaller. Base height above 2, metres 6, feet and not easy to estimate.
See also strato- cumulus and cirrocumulus. A thin and apparently formless veil or sheet of cloud, usually grey in colour. When present it often covers the whole sky, giving it a watery appearance; sun or moon shows through it with blurred outline.
Sometimes it is thick enough to obscure sun or moon, in which case it is dark in colour. See also cirrostratus. Eddy flux measurements over the ocean and related transfer coefficients.
Direct measurements of momentum, sensible heat and water vapor fluxes during a prolonged cold air outbreak over the subtropical East China Sea AMTEX are compared with flux predictions from bulk transfer relations. Francey, Bulk characteristics of heat transfer in the unstable, baroclinic atmospheric boundary layer. A general similarity theory of vertical heat transfer is applied to field data on the unstable, baroclinic, atmospheric boundary laver over land and sea.
Aspendale, Victoria, Australia. Simultaneous measurements of turbulence over land and water. The effects of roughness and surface elevation change on turbulence and mean flow variables under unstable conditions are investigated.
Andreev and A. Budnikov, On temperature inversion in a thin near-water atmospheric layer. Okeanologiia, 19 1: Methods are presented for recording temperature profiles in the 0. Observational data obtained in the Black Sea show the presence of a temperature inversion in the 0. Schaller, Steady-state characteristics of inversions capping a well-mixed planetary boundary layer.
The influences of horizontal wind field divergence, advection, surface temperature excess, wind speed and surface temperature on the characteristics of an inversion are analyzed. Different profiles of the state parameters and the energy fluxes are reported for the Trade Wind region, the cold water area off California, the Norwegian Sea and the Arctic Ocean.
The influence of sea waves on the wind profile. Waves are shown to distort the wind profile up to about three wave heights. Sonderforschungsbereich 94 Meeresforschung, Hamburg, F. Skripnik and A. Rabinovich, On the relation of the atmospheric pressure to the water level of the north-west Pacific. Meteorolog va Gidrol.
On the rate of oxygen exchange between the ocean and the atmosphere. In RussianA Okeanologiia, 18 6: Constants of the rate of oxygen exchange were determined experimentally. The rates of oxygen exchange in the central part of the northern tropical Atlantic were estimated.
Chalikov, The numerical simulation Of the airflow above waves. Navier-Stokes equations for two laver flow are averaged over an ensemble of similar wave surfaces and assumed to describe the evolution of a large-scale velocity field. Laboratory measurements are simulated by numerical integration and the calculated results appear to agree with measured results. Davison, [ Differences in kilometre-seale wind and humidity boundarylayer structure at GATE. Ocean, 17 1: The variability of the tropical marine boundary layer was investigated by comparing tethersonde profiles extending up to m above two ships with a 4 km crosswind separation.
Correlation analyses revealed a cellular pattern in the wind field, but yielded different results for the temperature and humidity fields. Implications for the interpretation of meteorological observations were discussed.
S, Dvoryaninov and A. Prusov, Generation of stationary temperature boundary layers by surface waves. In Russian: English abstract. Okeana, 15 3: OLR 26 11 D.
Marine Meteorology Application of a viscous quasi-linear model to the problem of stationary temperature boundary layers at the air-water interface indicates short surface waves as the largest contributors to the formation of the surface thermal film. Interactions of surface and thermal waves in the averaged heat transfer are discussed.
Friehe and C. Gibson, Sea surface stress measurements. It is suggested that the inertial dissipation estimates are less reliable due to an enhancement of local isotropv in the wind velocity field by the presence of surface waves. Structure of marine surface layer turbulence. In spite of errors induced bv platform motion in velocity measurements, and errors induced bv sensor salt contamination in temperature measurements.
Khain and Ye. Agrenich, Interaction of oceanic and atmospheric boundary layers in a tropical cyclone. Meteorologiva Gidrol. The tropical cyclone is assumed to be non-moving and axisymmetric. The rates of parameter variations in the near-water atmospheric layer and the oceanic boundary layer are assessed for tropical cyclones of various intensities. Kagoshima Univ. Relevant mean values of vertical fluxes of momentum and sensible and latent heat correspond quite well to synoptic expectations.
On relation of circulation patterns over the north-west Pacific to weather conditions over the southern Far East. Meteorologiya Gidrol.. The variability of weather conditions over the southern Far Fast is explained in terms of meandering and vortex forming dynamics in the Kuroshio Current system.
Prognostic relations are derived. The need for incorporating satellite data into long-range hvdrometeorological forecasting is stressed.
Hawaiian winter rainfall related to Pacific sea surface temperature. Although a highly significant relationship between Hawaiian winter rainfall and North Pacific sea surface temperature was found for the period , predictability for was very low, possibly due to 'artificial predictability' or changes in physical influences. University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii , U.
Chemistry of the atmosphere Neuling, G. Ketseridis, J. Hahn, R. Jaenicke and C. Junge, Gas and particulate concentrations in North Atlantic air. A trnos. Simultaneous measurements of C9-C2, n-alkanes in clean air at the west coast of Ireland are reported. Continental air showed higher concentrations.
The carbon preference index is generally close to 1. Marine Meteorology OLR 26 11 4. Climate and climatology 8. Radiation The buoys, forming part of the international buov network in the Southern Ocean, should provide useful meteorological data for operational weather forecasting in Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia.
The effect of rainfall on measurements of mean wind speed with cup anemometers in the surface layer at sea. Boundary-laver Met.. Rain-induced errors in cup anemometer readings of wind speeds are expectedly small, with a magnitude of a few percent or less even in heavv precipitation. Mathematically derived wind speed profiles exhibit displacement to lower velocities rather than profile slope changes under the influence of rainfall.
Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, F.
Smith, The air density correction to eddy flux measurements. Boundarylaver Met. Air density fluctuations, such as temperature fluctuations associated with a heat flux, produce small mean vertical wind velocities which necessitate significant corrections to eddy flux measurements of passive scalars whose average concentrations are very large compared to eddy-flux-associated concentration fluctuations.
Measurement of pressure at the wavy gas-liquid interface.
Gas pressure variations as a function of wave phase are monitored at the liquid surface by a new method involving a wave-following pressure probe and a mechanism to minimize extraneous pressure fluctuations. Experimental tests are undertaken and preliminary results are similar to those obtained from fixed sensors just above the waves.
Marine Meteorology Lovejoy, S. Ocean, 17 I : Houlihan, C.
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Fairall and G. Schacher, A two-dimensional pattern matching method distinguishes between rain areas and non-precipitatine clouds, as verified by radar observations. The total cloud cover exceeded the areal extent of precipitation bv a factor of 4. Rain maps have been prepared for various weather systems and the sensitivity of precipitation boundaries is discussed. Physics Dept.
Predicted values are within measurement accuracies fft except for near neutral and large unstable conditions: disagreements are attributed to measurement difficulties.
Monterey, Calif. Air-sea interface and interactions Antonia, R. Chambers, Note on the temperature ramp structure in the marine surface layer.
Boundary-laver Met. A conditional sampling technique is utilized to quantitatively describe the signature of the temperature signal in the marine surface laver. Resultant "ensemble average shapes' of temperature and vertical velocity support a 'ramp-like' description of the former and suggest an approximately linear distribution for the latter.
Chambers and C. Friehe, Statistical properties of optical refractive index fluctuations in the marine boundary layer. Bounda v-la.
Probability density, spectral density', and even- and odd-order structure functions of the marine boundary laver optical refractive index fluctuation are determined from measurements of turbulent temperature and humidity fluctuations.
Results exhibit reasonable agreement with those of Antonia and Van Atta , Radiation balance over a salt marsh. Boundary-layer Met.
In summer, daytime incoming radiation and both net radiation and reflected radiation are linearly related in a South Carolina Spartina alterniflora salt marsh. Belle W. On the slow relaxation of hurricane thermal trace in the ocean. In Russian. I Dokl. Nauk SSSR. Kitajgorodskij and O. Kuznecov, On the dynamics of the molecular temperature boundary layer above the sea.
Garratt, Eddy flux measurements over the ocean and related transfer coefficients.Ketseridis, J. Aspendale, Victoria, Australia. When broken up into patches by the wind it is called fractostratus Fs. Photographic quantitative sampling of hard-bottom benthic communities.
Andreev and A. Neuling, G. Constants of the rate of oxygen exchange were determined experimentally.