High-Resolution Thermal Imaging in the Antarctic Marginal Ice Zone: Skin Temperature Heterogeneity and Effects on Heat Fluxes

This article was published on 14 September 2023. 👤 Ippolita Tersigni, Alberto Alberello, Gabriele Messori, Marcello Vichi, Miguel Onorato, Alessandro Toffoli Abstract Insufficient in situ observations from the Antarctic marginal ice zone (MIZ) limit our understanding and description of relevant mechanical and thermodynamic processes that regulate the seasonal sea ice cycle. Here we present high-resolution

A satellite altimetry data assimilation approach to optimise sea state estimates from vessel motion

This article was published on 31 January 2023. 👤 Filippo Nelli, Marzieh H. Derkani, Alberto Alberello, Alessandro Toffoli Abstract Estimates of directional wave spectra and related parameters can be obtained from ship motion data through the wave-buoy analogy approach. The fundamental input is the response amplitude operator (RAO), which translates ship response into a wave

Three-dimensional imaging of waves and floes in the marginal ice zone during a cyclone

This article was published on 06 August 2022. 👤 Alberto Alberello, Luke G. Bennetts, Miguel Onorato, Marcello Vichi, Keith MacHutchon, Clare Eayrs, Butteur Ntamba Ntamba, Alvise Benetazzo, Filippo Bergamasco, Filippo Nelli, Rohinee Pattani, Hans Clarke, Ippolita Tersigni & Alessandro Toffoli Abstract The marginal ice zone is the dynamic interface between the open ocean and consolidated

EGU 2018

EGU 2018   Air-Se-ice Lab participated to the last The General Assembly 2018 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is held at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna with 3 posters. The conference included a total of 4,776 oral, 11,128 poster, and 1,419 PICO presentations with 15,075 scientists from 106 countries. It has been a great