Airborne Remote Sensing of Breaking Waves with Implications for Gas Exchangeby Bryan R. Kerman, Canada Cent for Inland Waters, Burlington, Canada,
Lucie Bernier, Canada Cent for Inland Waters, Burlington, Canada,
Abstract: It is shown that airborne remote sensing can potentially relate gas mixing effects within a temporally evolving breaking wave to relectivity changes, and can identify the intensity of entrainment of individual breaking waves in an image of the ocean or lake surface.
Subject Headings: Breaking waves | Remote sensing | Entrainment | Imaging techniques | Lakes | Ocean waves | Surface waves
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