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Editors: John A. Long and David S. Wells
Book Description:
Progress toward better understanding of ocean variability is closely linked to the development of signal processing tools for multi-scale analysis of ocean flows. This book includes a review of recent progress in physical oceanography, such as results on studying ocean circulation and mesoscale ocean dynamics derived from satellite altimetry. Ocean currents are driven by wind as well as by thermal differences. This book examines the basic functions of the global three dimensional thermohaline circulation and its influence on climate. The impacts of the El Nino/Southern Oscillation(ENSO) on tropical climates are well-established. Research is presented to provide a relationship to the European climates. In the semiarid zones of western South America, for example, implications of increased rainfall during ENSO warm phases are multiple and complex. An investigation of the interannual and intraseasonal variability in the summer wind fields in the Asian monsoon system is presented. The book also includes information from the scientific community on the state-of-art studies related to climate risk in agriculture and helps to identify priorities for ongoing and future research.

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Chapter 1 - SEASONAL CYCLE VARIATIONS ON THE SUPERCONTINENT OF PANGAEA: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EARLY JURASSIC PALAEOCEANOGRAPHY OF THE EUROPEAN EPICONTINENTAL SEA, pp. 1-30
Authors / Editors: Carmen Arias

Chapter 2 - MODAL DECOMPOSITION FOR OCEANIC CIRCULATION: APPLICATIONS FOR A HIGHRESOLUTION MODEL AND LAGRANGIAN DATA, pp. 31-69
Authors / Editors: L. M. Ivanov and C. A. Collins

Chapter 3 - OCEAN CIRCULATION FROM ALTIMETRY: PROGRESSES AND CHALLENGES, pp. 71-97
Authors / Editors: Yongsheng Xu, Jianke Li and Shenfu Dong

Chapter 4 - OCEAN CIRCULATION: AN OVERVIEW AND CURRENT TRENDS IN RESEARCH, pp. 99-118
Authors / Editors: Bernd J. Haupt

Chapter 5 - TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF THE FLORIDA CURRENT TRANSPORT AT 27 N
Authors / Editors: G. Peng, Z. Garraffo, G. R. Halliwell, O. M. Smedstad, C. S. Meinen, V. Kourafalou and P. Hogan

Chapter 6 - GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE AND BIOTIC-ABIOTIC INTERACTIONS IN THE NORTHERN CHILEAN SEMIARID ZONE: POTENTIAL LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF INCREASED EL NIÑOS, pp. 139-162
Authors / Editors: Peter L. Meserve, Julio R. Gutiérrez, Douglas A. Kelt, M. Andrea Previtali, Andrew Engilis, Jr., and W. Bryan Milstead
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Chapter 7 - MANAGING CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL ANALYSIS, pp. 163-179
Authors / Editors: Víctor E. Cabrera, Daniel Solís, Guillermo A. Baigorria and David Letson

Chapter 8 - ENSO IMPACTS ON EUROPEAN WINTER RAINFALLS AND THEIR MODULATION BY LEADING EUROATLANTIC TELECONNECTIONS, pp. 181-205
Authors / Editors: D. Zanchettin, P. Traverso and M. Tomasino

Chapter 9 - EFFECTS OF EL NIÑO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (ENSO) ON MARINE FISH AND SHELLFISH POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITATS IN NORTH AMERICA, pp. 207-240
Authors / Editors: Paulinus Chigbu, Joseph W. Love and Joshua J. Newhard

Chapter 10 - CORAL COLOR — REFLECTION AND ABSORPTION, pp. 241-252
Authors / Editors: Noga Stambler

Chapter 11 - SHORT COMMUNICATION A: INTERANNUAL AND INTRASEASONAL VARIABILITY IN THE BOREAL SUMMER ASIAN MONSOON BEFORE AND AFTER CLIMATE REGIME SHIFT OF MID 1970S AS REVEALED IN THE NCEP/NCAR REANALYSIS, pp. 253-264
Authors / Editors: Igor I. Zveryaev

Chapter 12 - SHORT COMMUNICATION B: EL –NIÑO AND CORAL REEFS, pp. 265-274
Authors / Editors: M. James C. Crabbe, Emma L. L. Walker and David B. Stephenson

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 - 1st Quarter
   Pages: 291 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-084-8
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