meeting review The Seventh Conference on Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction John J. Bates* Program Chairman Taylor presented an overview of HEXMAX, which was 1. Introduction an international cooperative effort to study the flux of water from sea to air as vapor and as spray drop- The Seventh Conference on Ocean-Atmosphere In- lets. The experiment took place during October and teraction was held in Anaheim, California, in con- November 1986 with measurements taken from sev- junction with the 68th Annual Meeting of the AMS, the Fourth Conference on Meteorology and Ocean- eral platforms in the North Sea and from a C-130 Hercules aircraft. Comprehensive measurements of ography of the Coastal Zone; the Fourth International fluxes of water vapor, heat, and momentum, turbu- Conference on Interactive Information and Process- lence statistics, sea state, whitecap coverage, and ing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and aerosol concentration were collected during wind Hydrology; and the Jacob Bjerknes Symposium on speeds ranging from 7 to 25 m • s~1. In the second Air-Sea Interactions. Attendance at the meetings was paper, Fairall, Edson, Larsen, and Mestayer com- high and required the attendees be judicious in their pared inertial-dissipation and eddy covariance sur- choice of presentations to attend. Some sessions
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Published: Jan 1, 1989
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