Marine Surface Films

    Chemical Characteristics,
    Influence on Air-Sea Interactions, and
    Remote Sensing

    edited by

    Martin Gade 1, Heinrich Hühnerfuss 1, and Gerald M. Korenowski 2

    1 Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
    2 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA


  1. Gade, Hühnerfuss, and Korenowski (Preface, 2pp.)
  2. General Section

  3. Hühnerfuss (Oil on Troubled Waters - A Historical Survey, pp. 3-12)
  4. Loglio (Biography of Carlo Marangoni, pp. 13-15)
  5. Frew (Tribute to Erik J. Bock, pp. 17-18)
  6. Chapter 1: Chemical Characteristics of Sea Slicks and Oil Spills

  7. Hühnerfuss (Basic physicochemical principles of monomolecular sea slicks and crude oil spills, pp. 21-35)
  8. Hühnerfuss et al. (New chemical insights into structure and morphology of sea slicks and their geophysical implications, pp. 37-44)
  9. Frew et al. (Sea slicks: variability in chemical composition and surface elasticity, pp. 45-56)
  10. Frew et al. (Correlation studies of mass spectral patterns and elasticity of sea-slick materials, pp. 57-64)
  11. Dysthe (On surface renewal and sea slicks, pp. 65-74)
  12. Chapter 2: Theory and Laboratory Experiments

  13. McKenna and Bock (Physicochemical effects of the marine microlayer on air-sea gas transport, pp. 77-91)
  14. Loglio et al. (Static and dynamic surface tension of marine water: onshore or platform-based measurements by the oscillating bubble tensiometer, pp. 93-103)
  15. Noskov and Loglio (Multiple scattering of surface waves by two-dimensional colloid systems, pp. 105-112)
  16. Ermakov et al. (Damping of capillary-gravity waves due to films of insoluble ordinary surfactants and polymers, pp. 113-128)
  17. Ermakov et al. (Wave tank study of phase velocities and damping of gravity-capillary wind waves in the presence of surface films , pp. 129-143)
  18. Braun et al. (Laboratory measurements of artificial rain impinging on slick-free and slick-covered water surfaces, pp. 145-156)
  19. Korenowski et al. (Imaging surfactant concentration distributions at the air/water interface, part I: surfactant concentration gradient on a laminar channel flow, pp. 157-164)
  20. Korenowski et al. (Imaging surfactant concentration distributions at the air/water interface; part II: insoluble monolayer concentrations on standing capillary waves, pp. 165-173)
  21. Chapter 3: Modelling and Air-Sea Interactions

  22. Hwang (Wavenumber spectra of short water waves in the ocean - a field case with internal waves and natural slicks, pp. 177-187)
  23. Gade (On the imaging of biogenic and anthropogenic surface films on the sea by radar sensors, pp. 189-204)
  24. Greidanus (Modelling of radar images of slicks based on an extension of the "VIERS-1" wave spectrum, pp. 205-223)
  25. Woolf and Ward (Thermal imagery of surface renewal phenomena, pp. 225-238)
  26. Schimpf et al. (Infrared Imaging: A novel tool to investigate the influence of surface slicks on air-sea gas transfer, pp. 239-252)
  27. Chapter 4: Remote Sensing Applications

  28. Zielinski et al. (On the detection of oil spills by airborne sensors, pp. 255-271)
  29. Ferraro et al. (Satellite Monitoring of Accidental and Deliberate Marine Pollution, pp. 273-288)
  30. Gommenginger and Boxall (Long-term microwave radar monitoring of ocean slicks at low grazing angles, pp. 289-298)
  31. Litovchenko and Ivanov (Detection of Oil Slicks Parameters from ALMAZ-1 and ERS-1 SAR Imagery, pp. 299-313)
  32. Mitnik et al. (Reconstruction of surface currents from ERS SAR images of oil-tank cleaning slicks, pp. 315-336)




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