The multitude of processes of various scales occurring simultaneously under strong winds in the air and sea boundary layers presents a true challenge for nonlinear science. We want to understand the physics of these processes, their specific role, their interactions and how they can be probed remotely, how these processes differ from their counterparts under moderate/weak winds. We welcome theoretical, experimental and numerical works on all aspects of processes in turbulent boundary layers above and below the ocean surface. Although we are particularly interested in the processes and phenomena occurring under strong wind conditions, the works concerned with similar processes under weaker winds which might provide an insight for rough seas are also welcomed. We are also very interested in works on remote sensing of these processes.
The areas of interest include the processes at and in the vicinity of the interface (nonlinear dynamics of surface water, wave-current-turbulence interactions, , including wave and current stability, wave breaking, generation and dynamics of spray and air bubbles, thermodynamics of the processes in the boundary layers, heat and gas exchange), all the processes above and below the air/water interface, as long as they are relevant for strong wind conditions (such as, e.g. inertial waves generated by changing winds). Relevant nonlinear biological phenomena are also welcomed.

The main aims of the session is to initiate discussion of the multitude of processes active under strong winds across the narrow specializations as a step towards creating an integrated picture. Theoretical, numerical, experimental and observational works are welcomed.

Co-organized as AS2.7/OS4.18
Convener: Yuliya Troitskaya | Co-conveners: Julien Touboul, Victor Shrira, Wu-ting Tsai, Guillemette Caulliez, Vladimir Kudryavtsev, Konstandinos Belibassakis, Efim Pelinovsky
| Wed, 10 Apr, 10:45–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room M1
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X4

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Guillemette Caulliez, Efim Pelinovsky
X4.276 |
Oshrat Klein, Rotem Soffer, and Yaron Toledo
X4.277 |
Irina Soustova, Daria Gladskikh, Yuliya Troitskaya, Sergej Zilitinkevich, and Daniil Sergeev
X4.280 |
Michail Manolidis
X4.283 |
Anna Zotova, Yuliya Troitskaya, Daniil Sergeev, and Alexander Kandaurov
X4.284 |
Alexander Dosaev and Yulia Troitskaya
X4.285 |
Georgy Baydakov, Olga Ermakova, Alexander Kandaurov, Maxim Vdovin, and Yuliya Troitskaya
X4.286 |
Oleg Druzhinin, Yuliya Troitskaya, and Sergej Zilitinkevich
X4.287 |
Alexander Kandaurov, Yuliya Troitskaya, Daniil Sergeev, and Maximilian Bopp
X4.288 |
Development of geophysical model function based on the Sentinel-1 data collocated with GPS dropsondes measurements for tropical cyclones
Olga Ermakova, Yuliya Troitskaya, Daniil Sergeev, Galina Balandina, Nikita Rusakov, and Evgeny Poplavsky
X4.289 |
Nikita Rusakov, Yuliya Troitskaya, Evgeny Poplavsky, Olga Ermakova, Daniil Sergeev, and Galina Balandina
X4.290 |
Evgeny Poplavsky, Nikita Rusakov, Yuliya Troitskaya, Olga Ermakova, Daniil Sergeev, and Galina Balandina
X4.291 |
Daniil Sergeev, Daria Gladskikh, Galina Balandina, and Alexandra Kuznetsova
X4.292 |
Guan-hung Lu, Wu-ting Tsai, and Bernd Jähne
X4.293 |
Philippe Fraunie, Clément Aldebert, Denis Bourras, Jean Luc Devenon, Alexei Sentchev, Ivane Pairaud, Rosalie Fuchs, Céline Quentin, and Hubert Branger
X4.294 |
Rémi Chemin, Christopher Luneau, and Guillemette Caulliez
X4.295 |
Dmitry Blagodatskikh, Nikolay Iakovlev, Evgeny Mortikov, and Vladimir Onoprienko
X4.297 |
SAR polarized measurements within the Tropical Cyclone eyes
Alexis Mouche, Clément Combot, Léo Vinour, Harald Johnsen, and Bertrand Chapron