Adrian Callaghan
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Relationship of oceanic whitecap coverage to wind speed and wind history
A Callaghan, G de Leeuw, L Cohen, CD O'Dowd
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (23), L23609, 2008
Automated processing of sea surface images for the determination of whitecap coverage
AH Callaghan, M White
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 26 (2), 383-394, 2009
Parameterizations and algorithms for oceanic whitecap coverage
L Goddijn-Murphy, DK Woolf, AH Callaghan
Journal of Physical Oceanography 41 (4), 742-756, 2011
Estimation of bubble-mediated air–sea gas exchange from concurrent DMS and CO2 transfer velocities at intermediate–high wind speeds
TG Bell, S Landwehr, SD Miller, WJ De Bruyn, AH Callaghan, B Scanlon, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 17 (14), 9019-9033, 2017
Observed variation in the decay time of oceanic whitecap foam
AH Callaghan, GB Deane, MD Stokes, B Ward
Journal of Geophysical Research 117 (C9), C09015, 2012
The effect of water temperature on air entrainment, bubble plumes, and surface foam in a laboratory breaking‐wave analog
AH Callaghan, MD Stokes, GB Deane
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119 (11), 7463-7482, 2014
Two regimes of laboratory whitecap foam decay: bubble-plume controlled and surfactant stabilized
AH Callaghan, GB Deane, M Dale Stokes
Journal of Physical Oceanography, 2013
Observed physical and environmental causes of scatter in whitecap coverage values in a fetch-limited coastal zone
AH Callaghan, GB Deane, MD Stokes
Journal of Geophysical Research 113 (C5), C05022, 2008
The Air–Sea Interaction Profiler (ASIP): An autonomous upwardly rising profiler for microstructure measurements in the upper ocean
B Ward, T Fristedt, AH Callaghan, G Sutherland, X Sanchez, J Vialard, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 31 (10), 2246-2267, 2014
Production mechanisms, number concentration, size distribution, chemical composition, and optical properties of sea spray aerosols
N Meskhidze, MD Petters, K Tsigaridis, T Bates, C O'Dowd, J Reid, ...
Atmospheric Science Letters 14 (4), 207-213, 2013
A reconciliation of empirical and mechanistic models of the air‐sea gas transfer velocity
L Goddijn‐Murphy, DK Woolf, AH Callaghan, PD Nightingale, JD Shutler
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 121 (1), 818-835, 2016
Influence of surface forcing on near-surface and mixing layer turbulence in the tropical Indian Ocean
AH Callaghan, B Ward, J Vialard
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 94, 107-123, 2014
An improved whitecap timescale for sea spray aerosol production flux modeling using the discrete whitecap method
AH Callaghan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (17), 9997-10,010, 2013
The saturation of fluid turbulence in breaking laboratory waves and implications for whitecaps
GB Deane, MD Stokes, AH Callaghan
Journal of Physical Oceanography 46 (3), 975-992, 2016
Laboratory air‐entraining breaking waves: Imaging visible foam signatures to estimate energy dissipation
AH Callaghan, GB Deane, MD Stokes
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (21), 11,320-11,328, 2016
Modeling whitecap fraction with a wave model
B Scanlon, Ø Breivik, JR Bidlot, PAEM Janssen, AH Callaghan, B Ward
Journal of Physical Oceanography 46 (3), 887-894, 2016
Observations indicative of rain‐induced double diffusion in the ocean surface boundary layer
K Walesby, J Vialard, PJ Minnett, AH Callaghan, B Ward
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (10), 3963-3972, 2015
On the imprint of surfactant‐driven stabilization of laboratory breaking wave foam with comparison to oceanic whitecaps
AH Callaghan, GB Deane, MD Stokes
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122 (8), 6110-6128, 2017
On the relationship between the energy dissipation rate of surface-breaking waves and oceanic whitecap coverage
AH Callaghan
Journal of Physical Oceanography 48 (11), 2609-2626, 2018
A breaking internal wave in the surface ocean boundary layer
DJ Wain, JM Lilly, AH Callaghan, I Yashayaev, B Ward
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120 (6), 4151-4161, 2015
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