Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean : proceedings of the 19th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics / edited by J.C.J. Nihoul and B.M. Jamart.

By: (19th : International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics (19th : 1987 : Liège, Belgium).
Contributor(s): Nihoul, J. C. J. (Jacques C. J.) | Jamart, B. M | Université de Liège | SCOR Working Group 69.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Elsevier oceanography series: 46Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1988Description: xiii, 541 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0444429875; 9780444429872.Other title: Proceedings of the 19th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics | Small scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean.Subject(s): WATER MIXING | OCEANIC ZONE | TURBULENCE | WATER CIRCULATION | TRACERS | MODELS | SHALLOW WATER | CLIMATOLOGY | THERMODYNAMICS | SURFACE WATERS | TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYER | STRATIFICATION | TEMPERATURE | COASTAL ZONE | DIFFUSION | WATER WAVES | OCEAN FLOOR | MATHEMATICAL MODELS | CONFERENCESHoldings: GRETA POINT: 551.465.15 SMA
Contents:
Introduction / K.N. Fedorov -- Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean: a glossary / SCOR Working Group 69 -- The use of deliberately injected tracers for the study of diapycnal mixing in the ocean / James R. Ledwell and Andrew J. Watson -- Some implications of ocean mixing for ocean modelling / Trevor J. McDougall -- Merits and defects of different approaches to mixed layer modelling / Eric B. Kraus -- The inclusion of a surface mixed layer in a large-scale circulation model / Eric B. Kraus, Rainer Bleck and Howard P. Hanson -- Modelling turbulence in shallow sea regions / A.M. Davies and J.E. Jones -- Turbulent fields associated with the general circulation in the northern Bering Sea / E. Deleersnijder and Jacques C.J. Nihoul -- Embedding stratification models in ocean general circulation climate models / B. Henderson-Sellers -- Simulation of the mixed layer in a global ocean general circulation model / S.J. Foreman and K. Maskell -- A thermodynamic model of the global sea-surface temperature and mixed-layer depth / Jean-Yves Simonot, Hervé Le Treut and Michel Crépon -- Coastal ocean response to atmospheric forcing / B. Rajkovic and G.L. Mellor -- Parameterization of vertical diffusion in a numerical model of the Black Sea / H.J. Friedrich and E.V. Stanev -- Long-term simulations of upper ocean vertical mixing models of different types / Ph. Gaspar, Y. Gregoris, R. Stull and Ch. Boissier -- Some dynamical and statistical properties of equatorial turbulence / H. Peters and M.C. Gregg -- Turbulent dissipation in the Strait of Gibraltar and associated mixing / J.C. Wesson and M.C. Gregg -- Microstructure and vertical velocity shear distribution in Monterey Bay / E.C. Itsweire and T.R. Osborn -- Mediterranean salt lenses / Dave Hebert -- Estimates of mixing inferred from temperature and velocity microstructure / Neil S. Oakey -- The mixing of meddy “Sharon'' / Barry Ruddick and Dave Hebert -- Mixing and large-scale ocean dynamics / Peter B. Rhines -- Vortical motions / P. Müller -- The relation between Lagrangian and Eulerian spectra: a connection between large-scale waves and small-scale turbulence / K.R. Allen and R.I. Joseph -- Evidence and consequences of fossil turbulence in the ocean / C.H. Gibson -- Measuring turbulent transports in stratified flows / H.W.H.E. Godefroy, M. Karelse, B. Barczewski and R. Spanhoff -- New approach to cox number in quasi-homogeneous layers / A. Icha and R. Siwecki -- Theories of internal wave interaction and stably stratified turbulence: testing against direct numerical experimentation / Greg Holloway and Dave Ramsden -- The influence of bottom dissipation on wave growth / S.L. Weber -- Internal tidal oscillations and water column instability in the upper slope region of the Bay of Biscay / R.D. Pingree -- Estimates of vertical mixing by internal waves reflected off a sloping bottom / Christopher Garrett and Denis Gilbert -- Benthic boundary layers on slopes / S.A. Thorpe -- Mixing in a thermohaline staircase / R.W. Schmitt -- Mixing in the thermohaline staircase east of Barbados / M.C. Gregg -- Layer thicknesses and effective diffusivities in “diffusive'' thermohaline convection in the ocean / Konstantin N. Fedorov -- Explaining effective diffusivities within diffusive oceanic staircases / Dan E. Kelley -- Numerical experiments on thermohaline convective motions across interfaces of intrusions / S.A. Piacsek, N.H. Brummell and B.E. McDonald -- Reynolds number effects on turbulence in the presence of stable stratification / A.E. Gargett -- Comment on “Reynolds number effects on turbulence in the presence of stable stratification'' / C.H. Gibson -- Reply / A.E. Gargett -- An overview of the 19th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics; “Small-Scale Turbulence and Mixing in the Ocean'' / S.A. Thorpe.
Summary: This volume contains the proceedings of the 19th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics, the programme of which focused on the relationships between small-scale mixing and large-scale features, transports and processes. The presentation of papers on various methods of parameterization of small-scale turbulent mixing for numerical ocean models was particularly encouraged and this resulted in more than a third of the papers presented at the Colloquium dealing in one way or another with the parameterization problems; many of these papers demonstrate the direct results of modelling. These proportions are well reflected in this volume of proceedings and thus emphasize once more the importance of small-scale turbulence research for such vital practical applications as ocean modelling and forecasting.
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Introduction / K.N. Fedorov -- Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean: a glossary / SCOR Working Group 69 -- The use of deliberately injected tracers for the study of diapycnal mixing in the ocean / James R. Ledwell and Andrew J. Watson -- Some implications of ocean mixing for ocean modelling / Trevor J. McDougall -- Merits and defects of different approaches to mixed layer modelling / Eric B. Kraus -- The inclusion of a surface mixed layer in a large-scale circulation model / Eric B. Kraus, Rainer Bleck and Howard P. Hanson -- Modelling turbulence in shallow sea regions / A.M. Davies and J.E. Jones -- Turbulent fields associated with the general circulation in the northern Bering Sea / E. Deleersnijder and Jacques C.J. Nihoul -- Embedding stratification models in ocean general circulation climate models / B. Henderson-Sellers -- Simulation of the mixed layer in a global ocean general circulation model / S.J. Foreman and K. Maskell -- A thermodynamic model of the global sea-surface temperature and mixed-layer depth / Jean-Yves Simonot, Hervé Le Treut and Michel Crépon -- Coastal ocean response to atmospheric forcing / B. Rajkovic and G.L. Mellor -- Parameterization of vertical diffusion in a numerical model of the Black Sea / H.J. Friedrich and E.V. Stanev -- Long-term simulations of upper ocean vertical mixing models of different types / Ph. Gaspar, Y. Gregoris, R. Stull and Ch. Boissier -- Some dynamical and statistical properties of equatorial turbulence / H. Peters and M.C. Gregg -- Turbulent dissipation in the Strait of Gibraltar and associated mixing / J.C. Wesson and M.C. Gregg -- Microstructure and vertical velocity shear distribution in Monterey Bay / E.C. Itsweire and T.R. Osborn -- Mediterranean salt lenses / Dave Hebert -- Estimates of mixing inferred from temperature and velocity microstructure / Neil S. Oakey -- The mixing of meddy “Sharon'' / Barry Ruddick and Dave Hebert -- Mixing and large-scale ocean dynamics / Peter B. Rhines -- Vortical motions / P. Müller -- The relation between Lagrangian and Eulerian spectra: a connection between large-scale waves and small-scale turbulence / K.R. Allen and R.I. Joseph -- Evidence and consequences of fossil turbulence in the ocean / C.H. Gibson -- Measuring turbulent transports in stratified flows / H.W.H.E. Godefroy, M. Karelse, B. Barczewski and R. Spanhoff -- New approach to cox number in quasi-homogeneous layers / A. Icha and R. Siwecki -- Theories of internal wave interaction and stably stratified turbulence: testing against direct numerical experimentation / Greg Holloway and Dave Ramsden -- The influence of bottom dissipation on wave growth / S.L. Weber -- Internal tidal oscillations and water column instability in the upper slope region of the Bay of Biscay / R.D. Pingree -- Estimates of vertical mixing by internal waves reflected off a sloping bottom / Christopher Garrett and Denis Gilbert -- Benthic boundary layers on slopes / S.A. Thorpe -- Mixing in a thermohaline staircase / R.W. Schmitt -- Mixing in the thermohaline staircase east of Barbados / M.C. Gregg -- Layer thicknesses and effective diffusivities in “diffusive'' thermohaline convection in the ocean / Konstantin N. Fedorov -- Explaining effective diffusivities within diffusive oceanic staircases / Dan E. Kelley -- Numerical experiments on thermohaline convective motions across interfaces of intrusions / S.A. Piacsek, N.H. Brummell and B.E. McDonald -- Reynolds number effects on turbulence in the presence of stable stratification / A.E. Gargett -- Comment on “Reynolds number effects on turbulence in the presence of stable stratification'' / C.H. Gibson -- Reply / A.E. Gargett -- An overview of the 19th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics; “Small-Scale Turbulence and Mixing in the Ocean'' / S.A. Thorpe.

This volume contains the proceedings of the 19th International Liège Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics, the programme of which focused on the relationships between small-scale mixing and large-scale features, transports and processes. The presentation of papers on various methods of parameterization of small-scale turbulent mixing for numerical ocean models was particularly encouraged and this resulted in more than a third of the papers presented at the Colloquium dealing in one way or another with the parameterization problems; many of these papers demonstrate the direct results of modelling. These proportions are well reflected in this volume of proceedings and thus emphasize once more the importance of small-scale turbulence research for such vital practical applications as ocean modelling and forecasting.

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