|Series||Mededeelingen en verhandelingen / Koninklijk Nederlandsch Meteorologisch Instituut -- 89., Publicatienummer: K.N.M.I -- 102-89., Mededelingen en verhandelingen (Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut) -- no. 89., K.N.M.I.-publikatie -- 102-89.|
|Contributions||Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut.|
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|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
Much can be done to improve our knowledge through better collection of existing observations, deployment of properly instrumented drifting buoys, better calibration and collection of cloud motion vectors, increased scrutiny and development of analysis/forecast methods of surface data assimilation and more widespread direct measurement of Cited by: 1. Abstract and Figures A study of the detailed spatiotemporal characteristics of the Indian Ocean dipole (IOD) mode in SST and surface winds using available observations from till is. Observations of near-surface coastal currents were made off the Northern California coast during CODE by using current-following drifters. These observations are used to describe the Author: Russ Davis. Abstract The annual cycle and interannual variability of the equatorial westerlies over the Indian Ocean are examined in the context of the equations of motion, using long‐term surface ship observations. Eastward pressure gradient along the equator may accelerate equatorial westerlies, but the process is .
SeaWinds, an active radar scatterometer, is the main instrument on the QuikSCAT satellite. The microwave backscatter measured by SeaWinds is dependent on the surface roughness of the ocean, which in turn is related to wind stress. QuikSCAT data provide high spatial and temporal resolution, near global coverage and extensive validation. Using new satellite observations, the response of surface wind and low clouds to changes in SST is investigated over cool oceans, where the planetary boundary layer (PBL) is often capped by a. In situ observations spanning from the early s to present are available from the International Comprehensive Ocean Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS). This data set includes observations of a number of the surface ocean and atmospheric variables . The Indian Ocean extends only marginally into the Northern Hemisphere, adjacent to the high terrain of the Asiatic landmass, and this is the key to the singularity of this ocean, because its northern region is dominated by the most striking example of a seasonally reversing wind regime that occurs anywhere.
Blended Sea Winds contain globally gridded, high-resolution ocean surface vector winds and wind stresses on a global ° grid, and multiple time resolutions of six-hourly, daily, monthly, and year (–) climatological monthlies. Surface Flux Analysis (SURFA). Given the known relationship between the roughness of the surface and the strength of the wind, it is possible to compute the wind speed and direction - the wind vector - from multiple observations of the signal returned from a given area on the ocean surface. meter (m) wind speeds over ocean areas were extremely useful in this analysis because of the large expanse of ocean surrounding the archipelago and the limited number and value of land-based observations. We applied NREL™s mapping system to generate the wind resource estimates throughout the Philippines. This dataset is derived under the Cross-Calibrated Multi-Platform (CCMP) project and contains a value-added 6-hourly gridded analysis of ocean surface winds. The CCMP datasets combine cross-calibrated satellite winds obtained from Remote Sensing Systems (REMSS) using a Variational Analysis Method (VAM) to produce a high-resolution ( degree) gridded analysis.