THE SEA: Current and Forthcoming Titles
The Sea: The Science of Ocean Prediction
The Sea: The Science of Ocean Prediction

THE SEA

Ideas and Observations on Progress in the Study of the Seas

An occasional supplement to the Journal of Marine Research

 

The editors are pleased to announce that the Sears Foundation for Marine Research, publisher of the Journal of Marine Research, is the new publisher of the long-standing and well-respected oceanographic series The Sea.

 

The Sea is a continuing, comprehensive, and timely synthesis of the state of knowledge of ocean science. Topics that have been addressed in this series include physical, biological, and chemical oceanography, marine geology and geophysics, and the interactions of the oceans with the atmosphere, the solid earth, and ice.

 

Access to newly published articles is included in our online Journal of Marine Research subscription through Ingenta Connect.

 

Print-on-demand copies of The Sea supplements are available for direct purchase here.

 

NEW TITLES

 

THE SEA Volume 17

The Science of Ocean Prediction

Journal of Marine Research, Supplement

707 pages, 180 figures

6 x 9.5 inches, paperback

Table of contents | Purchase a copy

 

Edited by

Nadia Pinardi, University of Bologna

Pierre F.J. Lermusiaux, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Kenneth H. Brink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

Ruth H. Preller, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center

 

This new volume of THE SEA aims to document the current state of the art in all facets of this broad subject of the science of ocean prediction.

 

This supplement is concerned with the systematic development of fundamental knowledge about ocean dynamics in the form of testable ocean models and estimation systems that relate to forecasting the ocean’s evolution. Articles cover the scientific understanding and fundamentals that define and allow the ocean prediction endeavor, as well as the implementation of concepts and methods in predictive system components and their applications to varied oceanographic services.

 

FORTHCOMING TITLES

 

THE SEA Volume 18

 

The previously published volumes in this series are available through Harvard University Press.

 

Series Editors

 

KENNETH H. BRINK

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

JAMES J. McCARTHY

Museum of Comparative Zoology,

Harvard University

 

Editorial Advisory Panel

 

ROBERT C. ALLER

School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences,
Stony Brook University

 

PETER J. S. FRANKS

Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
University of California, San Diego

 

MARY-LOUISE TIMMERMANS

Department of Geology and Geophysics,

Yale University