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Air-Water Gas Transfer

Bernd, Jähne ; Edward C., Monahan, eds.

German Title: Luft-Wasser Gasaustausch

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A more complete understanding of the mechanisms involved in the exchange of gases between the atmosphere and the sea is needed if we are to address various environmental issues, and is essential to improved modeling of global climate. This volume contains selected papers from the Third International Symposium on Air-Water Gas Transfer, held at the University of Heidelberg, in Heidelberg, Germany from July 24-27, 1995. The papers are arranged into seven parts: Physical and Chemical Mechanisms, Waves and Turbulence, Breaking Waves and Bubbles, Measuring Technology, Laboratory Measurements and Facilities, Field Measurements, Remote Sensing, and Global Modeling. Emphasis is given to the transfer of carbon dioxide and other radiatively important gases, reflecting current interest in potential global warming. Breaking waves and the bubbles thereby generated play a prominent role in that regard. Also featured are non-invasive measurement technologies, many of which lend themselves to remote sensing applications. Those interested in chemical engineering, fluid mechanics, hydrology, hydraulics, environmental engineering, water quality engineering, climatology, meteorology, and oceanography will find this work a valuable resource.

Document type: Book
Editor: Bernd, Jähne ; Edward C., Monahan
Publisher: AEON Verlag & Studio
Place of Publication: Hanau
Date Deposited: 10 Jul 2014 06:44
Date: December 1995
ISBN: 3-9804429-0-X
Number of Pages: 900
Faculties / Institutes: The Faculty of Physics and Astronomy > Institute of Environmental Physics
DDC-classification: 500 Natural sciences and mathematics
550 Earth sciences
620 Engineering and allied operations
Controlled Keywords: Gasaustausch, Mikroturbulenz, Wellenbrechung, Gasblase
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