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  List of Accepted Contributions - AS2.02 Air-Sea Interactions (General Session) (co-listed in OS)

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Villanueva, E.E.; Mendoza, V. M.; Adem, J.
Heat flows in the marine mixed-layer produced by a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico (withdrawn)

Ermakov, S.
Short wave/long wave interaction and amplification of decimeter-scale wind waves in film slicks

Stanichny, S; Ratner , Yu; Soloviev, D; Stanichnaya, R
Unique disturbance in the Western part of the Black Sea induced by the intensive atmospheric cyclone. (withdrawn)

Jozsa, J; Kramer, T; Napoli, E; Lipari, G
Sensitivity of wind-induced shallow lake circulation patterns on changes in lakeshore land use

Ayurzhanaev, A; Zhamsueva, G; Zayakhanov, A; Tsydypov, B; Tsydypov, V
Features of behavior of small gaseous components above water surface of the Lake Baikal

Makin, V.K.; Branger, H.; Peirson, W.L.; Giovanangeli, J.P.
Stress above wind plus paddle waves: modelling of a laboratory experiment

Voronovich, V.; Kiely, G.
On the gap in the spectra of atmospheric turbulence

Inatsu, M.; Kimoto, M.
Difference of boreal summer climate between coupled and atmosphere-only GCMs

Jeffery, C.; Woolf, D.; Robinson, I.; Donlon, C.
1-Dimensional Modelling of Heat and Gas Exchange in the Tropical Atlantic using the General Ocean Turbulence Model (GOTM)

Weill, A.; Caniaux, G.; Eymard, L.
Exploring foam coverage variability: a tentative to take into account fossil foam in the relationship between foam coverage and wind speed.

Rutgersson, A; Carlsson, B; Sahlee, E; Smedman, A
A new roughness length for heat and humidity during very near neutral conditions (withdrawn)

Saillard, M.; Forget, P.; Soriano, G. ; Joelson, M.; Broche, P.; Currier, P.
Probing sea surface with L-band Doppler radar

Weber, J. E.; Broström , G.; Saetra , Ø.
A wave-driven surge model for the deep ocean

Cristofori, E.; Pezzoli, A.; Resch, F.; Tedeschi, G.
Importance of correcting wind input for wave simulations: analysis of a Mistral event in the French Mediterranean Coastal Zone

Faucher, M; Pellerin, P; Roy, F; Valcke, S; Desjardins, S; Saucier, F; Lefaivre, D; Methot, A; Ritchie, H; Carrieres, T
Implementation of an atmosphere-ocean-sea ice coupled model in the CMC-MSC operational forecast system

Lavrenov, I.V.; Zaslavskii, M.M.
Generalization of energy balance equation for non-uniform

Caulliez, G.; Samson, G.
Growth of wind-generated waves in presence of long waves

Struzewska, J.; Kaminski, J.W.
Influence of the sea breeze circulation on the boundary layer structure during the ESCOMPTE campaign (2001)

Badulin, S.I.; Babanin, A.V.; Zakharov, V.E. ; Resio, D.
Weakly turbulent self-similarity relations for experimentally observed growing wind-waves (withdrawn)

Oliveira, M.; Ebecken, N.; Neves, C.; Calôba, L.; Santos, I.; Oliveira, J.
NCEP/NCAR Reanalysis data to predict the variability of the mean sea level on South Atlantic Ocean with ANN model

ModObs, RTN; RTN ModObs
ModObs: Atmospheric modelling for wind energy, climate and environment applications : exploring added value from new observation technique. A new Marie Curie Training Network in Europe

Branger, H.; Peirson, W.L.; Drennan, W.; Giovanangeli, J.P.
Wind stress distribution above complex sea states

Langlais, C.; Barnier, B.; Molines, J.M.; Fraunié, P.; Jacob, D.; Kotlarski, S.
Influence of the spatio-temporal resolution of atmospheric forcings on coastal dynamics in Gulf of Lions

Bordeau, L.; Penduff, T.; Barnier, B.; Treguier, A.M.; Gulev, S.; Molines, J.M.
Combining satellite products and reanalysed atmospheric variables to build long-term forcing for global ocean/sea-ice simulations.

Olason, E; Middleton, J; Bjornsson, H; Olafsson, H; de Cuevas, B
Variability in a limited area model of Icelandic waters

Karstensen, J.
A practical indicator of the importance of heat and freshwater flux on the surface buoyancy flux

Francius, M.J.; van Eijk, A.M.J
Effects of the surface waves on air-sea interactions of the sea spray

Gulev, S.K.; Belyaev, K.P.
Closure of the regional and global-scale ocean surface energy budget using probability density distributions of surface fluxes (withdrawn)

Ocampo-Torres, F. J.; García, H.; Figueroa, J. C.; Durazo, R.
Momentum fluxes between ocean and atmosphere for offshore wind conditions in the Gulf of Tehuantepec under the presence of opposing swell

van Oldenborgh, G. J.; Stoffelen, A.; Portabella, M.; de Kloe, J.; Verhoef, A.
SOS: a re-analysis of ERS wind stress observations

Leifer, I; Caulliez, G; De Leeuw, G
Dense Bubble Plumes, Wave Breaking, and Air-Water Gas Exchange

Kettle, A. J.; Turner, S. M.
The importance of sea spray in the heat and freshwater budgets of storms

Roland, A; Zanke, U; Hsu, T-W; Ou, S-H; Liau, J-M
Verification of the Wind Wave Model for the Baltic Sea and the Sargasso Sea

den Ouden, M.A.G; de Vries, J.W.; Stam, M.; Makin, V.K.
Improved parameterization of the drag coefficient in NEDWAM

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