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Quantitative determination of heat transfer from sea to air during passage of Hurricane Betsy. Whitaker, William Drake.
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By William Drake. Whitaker and Texas A&M University. Not believed to be a CIVINS (Civilian Institutions) analysis has been made of the changes in heat content of the surface layers (above the 26°C isotherm) for a portion of the Gulf of Mexico in order to determine the total amount of heat transferred from the sea to the air during the passage of Hurricane Betsy in September of Cited by: 5.
Quantitative determination of heat transfer from sea to air during passage of hurricane Betsy. By William Drake Whitaker. Abstract.
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Please report any quality issues you encounter to [email protected] Sensible heat flux during the storm period showed a heat gain by the ocean (90 W m −2) due to warmer air‐temperature.
Heat loss due to longwave radiation was only 10–20 W m −2. A significant part of the warming that occurred following the passage of Ivan resulted from net surface heat gain by the ocean.
On the global scale, TCs are responsible for PW ( W/m2) of heat transfer annually from the global ocean to the atmosphere during storm passage ( days).
Units are 10'0 k.l/sec. After Riehl and Malkus (). C After Miller (). As observed earlier, the total heat flux from the sea surface depends largely on the inward-decreasing surface pressure.
The strong winds and air-sea temperature difference due to cooling by decompression favor rapid transfer of latent and sensible heat from the sea.
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