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ePub The Bunker Climate Atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean: Volume 1: Observations (Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences) download
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H.-J. Isemer,L. Hasse
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Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences It deals with the surface climate of the North Atlantic Ocean from the equator to 65°N, in the period 1941 to 1972

Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. The Bunker Climate Atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean. Volume 1: Observations. He analysed observations from the ships of the Voluntary Observing Fleet in many parts of the world oceans to calculate the various components of the heat budget at the air­ sea interface. When Bunker died in 1979, he left the major part of his data and results in an unpublished state. It deals with the surface climate of the North Atlantic Ocean from the equator to 65°N, in the period 1941 to 1972. Show all. Table of contents (5 chapters). Pages 1-1. Isemer, Dipl.

Topics in atmospheric and oceanographic sciences) "Surface climate of the North Atlantic Ocean from the equator to 65°N, in the period 1941-1972"- Pref

Topics in atmospheric and oceanographic sciences) "Surface climate of the North Atlantic Ocean from the equator to 65°N, in the period 1941-1972"- Pref. Map. overlay in pocket. Bibliography: p. Includes index. Contents: 1. Observations - vol. 2. Air-sea interactions. 1. North Atlantic Ocean - Climate - Charts, diagrams, etc. I. Bunker, Andrew . 1916II.

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Science topics: Geoscience. The Gulf Stream, the main heat-carrier from low to high latitudes in the North Atlantic Ocean, influences the climate and weather in the northern hemisphere

Science topics: Geoscience. Atlantic Ocean - Science topic. Explore the latest publications in Atlantic Ocean, and find Atlantic Ocean experts. Publications (10,000+). The Gulf Stream, the main heat-carrier from low to high latitudes in the North Atlantic Ocean, influences the climate and weather in the northern hemisphere.

Bunker Climate Atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean published 1985 by . J .

The presented climate atlas follows with regard to structure and vol- ume the Bunker Climate Atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean published 1985 by . Isemer and L. Hasse, which has become a standard work for the climate study community. Considering the entire Atlantic Ocean reveals not only interesting features of the southern hemisphere but allows also a finer assessment of the resulting energy fluxes. Format Paperback 514 pages. Fields of climate variables are used as boundary conditions, or sea truth, for atmospheric and oceanic models and coupled models of the atmosphere-ocean system.

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The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest of the world's oceans, with an area of about 106,460,000 square kilometers (41,100,000 square miles)

The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest of the world's oceans, with an area of about 106,460,000 square kilometers (41,100,000 square miles). It covers approximately 20 percent of Earth's surface and about 29 percent of its water surface area. It separates the "Old World" from the "New World". The Atlantic Ocean occupies an elongated, S-shaped basin extending longitudinally between Europe and Africa to the east, and the Americas to the west

Автор: Ralf Lindau Название: Climate Atlas of the Atlantic Ocean Издательство: Springer Классификация . Описание: This volume forms the proceedings of a four-day workshop on the subject of global climate modification and the impact of human activities.

Описание: This volume forms the proceedings of a four-day workshop on the subject of global climate modification and the impact of human activities.

Atmospheric circulation-North Atlantic Ocean . 3. North Atlantic Ocean-Climate. 113 The Role of Atlantic Ocean-Atmosphere Coupling in Affecting North Atlantic Oscillation Variability Arnaud Czaja, Andrew W. Robertson, and Thierry Huck. 147 On the Predictability of North Atlantic Climate Mark J. Rodwell . The volume itself would not have materialized if not for the fund- ing of the Chapman Conference provided by the National Science Foundation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Office of Global Programs, and the University of Vigo.

Marine Meteorology has a long tradition, and studies of surface meteorological conditions have been published repeatedly since the end of the last century. Recently, the demand has grown for more detailed descriptions. This stems both from the public's interest in climatic change and from our growing ability to analyse atmospher­ ic and oceanic processes with the aid of numerical models. These models require input data on a regular, finely spaced grid; the increased amount of oceanic data available permits us to provide detailed charts both of surface meteorological conditions and of the air-sea interaction. The present climate atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean is based on data originally evaluated by Andrew F. Bunker of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He analysed observations from the ships of the Voluntary Observing Fleet in many parts of the world oceans to calculate the various components of the heat budget at the air­ sea interface. When Bunker died in 1979, he left the major part of his data and results in an unpublished state. Since he had expended considerable effort to validate the data and calculate air-sea fluxes by the so-called "individual method" , it was considered worthwhile to make this unique set of climate data available to the scientific community. Bunker's analysed fields for the North Atlantic Ocean are presented in this atlas. It deals with the surface climate of the North Atlantic Ocean from the equator to 65°N, in the period 1941 to 1972.