Physical Oceanography

Physical oceanography is the study of physical conditions and physical processes within the ocean, especially the motions and physical properties of ocean waters. Physical oceanography focuses on describing and understanding the evolving patterns of ocean circulation and fluid motion, along with the distribution of its properties such as temperature, salinity and the concentration of dissolved chemical elements and gases. 

The ocean as a dynamic fluid is studied at a wide range of spatial scales, from the centimetre scales relevant to turbulent microstructure through the many thousand kilometre scales of the ocean gyres and global overturning circulation. Approaches include theory, direct observation, and computer simulation. Our research frequently takes place in the context of important multidisciplinary issues including the dynamics and predictability of global climate and the sustainability of human use in coastal and estuarine regions.

  • Modelling Coastal and observation of Ocean Processes
  • Climate Change Alteration
  • Natural Disaster and Global Warming
  • carbon cycle & ocean acidification
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Coastal sedimentary processes
  • Internal Wave Formation

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3rd World Congress on GIS and Remote Sensing

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