SURFACE HEAT FLUXES IN THE GULF BAC BO
AbstractClimatological monthly mean variation of the surface heat flux for the gulf Bac Bo has been calculared using observational data from 1956 to 2006 by bulk method. The long-term annual mean net heat flux, averaged the gull Bac Bo, is 55 W/m2 (positive sign means the sea gains heat from the air), and the seasonal variation ranges from a maximum of 146 W/m2 in April to a minimum of -32 W/m2 in December. The seasonal geographic distribution of the net heat flux is determined mostly by turbulent latent heat flux. In winter positive sign means the air gains heat from the sea.
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Toan, D. V., Lan, N. H., Cuong, N. H., Tien, N. N., Cuong, D. H., Cat, N. K., & Dang, V. H. (2007). SURFACE HEAT FLUXES IN THE GULF BAC BO. Vietnam Journal of Marine Science and Technology, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.15625/1859-3097/6334