CLIVAR Exchanges / US CLIVAR Variations: A joint special issue on Sea Level Rise
Ocean-atmosphere fluxes of momentum, heat, freshwater, gases and aerosols play a critical role in the regulation of climate. The problem of adequately describing air-sea fluxes is complex, and simplistic parameterizations are not sufficient to represent the fluxes in models. Uncertainties in air-sea exchanges constrain our ability to understand and model our changing climate. It is therefore necessary to come to a mechanistic understanding of the processes affecting exchange of mass and energy across the air-sea interface from nano-to-global scales.
Report of the 1st WCRP GC Sea Level Science Steering Team Meeting at Utrecht University, the Netherlands.
Report of the 2nd WCRP GC Sea Level Science Steering Team Meeting