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Oceanographers and marine meteorologists work together to study the impact of oceans on the climate and the long-term effects of climate change. Marine meteorologists gather data from various sources such as weather stations, satellites, and observation vessels to understand the complex relationship between the ocean and the atmosphere. This interaction involves the exchange of gases, water, particles, momentum, and energy at the air-sea interface, which influences the biological, chemical, and physical processes in the ocean and ultimately affects the water cycle, weather patterns, and climate.To enhance our understanding of the ocean-atmosphere interactions and their influence on climate at regional and global scales, a comprehensive book has been written. The primary objective of this book is to advance knowledge by exploring the mechanisms involving the physics, chemistry, and biology of the ocean through observational and modeling studies. By studying these processes, researchers can gain insights into how the ocean influences climate on a long-term basis.The book also serves as an introduction to numerical modeling of the ocean and the atmosphere. It is designed to be a valuable resource for students in meteorology and oceanography who possess a background in mathematics and physics. The focus of the book is on numerical schemes, which are mathematical methods used to solve the equations commonly employed in oceanography and meteorology. These schemes are crucial for simulating and predicting the behavior of the ocean and the atmosphere.

Meteorology and Oceanography

SKU: 9788119365364
  • Author: Nilofar Dias

    ISBN: 9788119365364


    Binding: H.B

    1st Edition: 2024

    Pages: 258

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