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With either the turning out to be value of integrating reviews of air-sea interplay and the curiosity within the basic challenge of worldwide warming, the looks of the second one version of this well known textual content is principally welcome. completely up to date and revised, the authors have retained the available, entire expository kind that unique the sooner version. issues contain the country of subject close to the interface, radiation, floor wind waves, turbulent move close to the interace, the planetary boundary layer, atmospherically-forced perturbations within the oceans, and large-scale forcing via sea floor buoyancy fluxes. This ebook could be welcomed by means of scholars and execs in meteorology, actual oceanography, physics and ocean engineering.
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Matthews and Poore (1980) in fact have suggested that accumulation of Antarctic ice may have begun in changes in sea level are less successful, with the main eustatic fall occurring well into the late Miocene, some 6 million years after the initial mid-Miocene cooling, and approximately It the floras are Eocene is the to relatively the Eocene, or earlier. of bottom waters cool intervals. Miocene Keller feature subtropical Vol. 15 is not difficult to coincident with imagine steep temperature gradients beyond 75ø circum-Antarctic paleolatitude substantial or alternatively, orographic lag initiation ice in of abundant rafting.