What is the Role of the Sensible Heat Flux on the Surface Heat Budget of Multi-year Sea Ice?
Guest, Peter S.
Persson, Ola G.
Andreas, Edgar L.
Fairall, Christopher W.
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The authors carried out a comprehensive measurement program to determine the surface energy budget at the SHEBA site. This paper will focus on the characteristics of the air-ice sensible heat flux and its role in the surface energy budget. The results discussed here are based on covariance measurements at the main tower site. We continuously sampled the sensible heat flux for almost an entire year at nominal levels of 2 m, 3 m, 5 m, 8 m and 18 m.
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