marine meteorology

marine meteorology

[mə′rēn ‚mēd·ē·ə′räl·ə·jē]
(meteorology)
That part of meteorology which deals mainly with the study of oceanic areas, including island and coastal regions; in particular, it serves the practical needs of surface and air navigation over the oceans.
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Earlier, the marine meteorology and tropical cyclone warning centre of the met office, Karachi had issued a tropical cyclone alert on its official website.
Following retirement from AES in 1997, he became superintendent of the Marine Meteorology Division of the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Monterey, California, becoming a citizen of the United States as well as of Canada.
Contract awarded for Marine Meteorology signal covers equipment purchases goods
SARAL will provide data products to operational and research user communities, in support of marine meteorology and sea state forecasting; operational oceanography; seasonal forecasting; climate monitoring; ocean, earth system and climate research, the officials said.
* Marine meteorology, sea state forecasting, operational oceanography.
Edinburgh, United Kingdom, August 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Weather2 - specialists in marine meteorology who supply forecasts to some of the most high profile marine clients around the world - have developed a new product for the sailing fraternity: high-resolution marine weather charts.
As a part of the contract, Cray will also deliver a new Cray XE6m supercomputer to the Naval Research Laboratory in Monterey, California, which will be used by the organization's Marine Meteorology Division.
The COAMPS model has been built and is constantly developed by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) of the Marine Meteorology Division (MMD) (Hodur, 1997).
Apart from courses in marine meteorology, there have been a number of weather articles written by myself in this great magazine and others over the past 15 years or so.
In this series of eight self-contained articles, the second in the series, topics include parameterizations of air-sea fluxes, satellite-based observations of surface turbulent stress during severe weather, nondimensional transfer coefficients in light of the wind-sea Reynolds number, applications of synthetic aperture radar in marine meteorology, the relationship between oceanic energy fluxes and surface winds during tropical cyclone passages, multi-latitude storm impacts on sea-air carbon dioxide fluxes, extra-tropical transition of tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic, and historical and possible future changes of the wave heights in northern hemispheric oceans.
The Naval Research Laboratory Marine Meteorology Division (NRL-MMD) is sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to support the NWS-PR by providing them with an invaluable "one stop shop" web-based resource (hereafter SAL-WEB) that is designed to monitor these African dust events.
Contract awarded for Year 2016 Marine Meteorology maintains signal cover system maintenance services

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