By Eugene A. Sharkov
This booklet represents the main finished description of the actual findings of an research into the spatio-temporal features of the gravity of breaking waves and the froth task in open sea through equipment and tools of optical and microwave distant sensing.
The research of actual and electrodynamics' homes of the gravity wave breaking strategies and the froth spatio-temporal job is a crucial part of satellite tv for pc oceanography, ocean engineering, air-sea interplay and ocean distant sensing. particularly, the contribution of froth formations of varied kinds to the suggest and the spatio-temporal diversifications of radio emission, back-scattering, IR and optical parameters of the disturbed sea floor is very major. The statistical features of wave breaking and attendant foam forming are vitally important to ocean wave dynamics. The research and dimension of spatio-temporal features of wave breaking and sea foam formations are of primary significance in ocean distant sensing.
Much emphasis is put on the actual elements of breaking techniques essential to degree the chances and obstacles of distant sensing equipment in particular statement circumstances of an oceanic floor. a number of sensible purposes and illustrations are supplied from air-borne, ship-borne and laboratory up to date experiments.
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Further, for all studied zones the quantities of individual foam structures (N) were calculated, and the ranked sets N kij were formed for the studied sea water area in the form of a matrix ®eld, where subscript i (which means the ``line'', conventionally) corresponds to the spatial direction ``west±east'' across the general direction of sea waves; subscript j (which means the ``column'', conventionally) corresponds to the ``south±north'' direction along the general direction of sea waves; k is the number of the zone studied (k 1; F F F ; 5), where i runs through the values from 1 to k for k 1; 2; 3, and from 1 to 10, 20 for k 4; 5.
2 Markov property of the breaking ®eld To check the hypothesis that the breaking ®eld belongs to processes where an aftereect is absent, calculations were carried out and then the histograms of squares of distances from an arbitrary, randomly chosen ``driving'' center (the foam structure) to its nearest neighbor (the ``driven'' center) were constructed in a spatial window of a frame. In so doing the circumstance was taken into account that ``the driving'' and ``the driven'' centers should be chosen in such a way that the distance between them be shorter than the distance from the driving center to the nearest boundary of a frame.
In the dm and cm scale) to be obtained, which is required for detailed analysis of foam structures. Analysis of the possibilities of the means of remote sensing required for experimental solution of these problems has led us to the conclusion of the expediency of using two types of optical surveying: the large-scale, multizonal photo-instrument MKF-6 and the aerial view system 10 Spatial stochastic breaking wave ®elds in the atmosphere±ocean system [Ch. 2 AFA-100. These instruments were installed, respectively, onboard the Russian airplane laboratories AN-30 and IL-14.