Ocean Turbulence Workshop in South Africa Lead by Rockland Microstructure Specialists
“UKZN’s Department of Civil Engineering held the first ever workshop on Ocean Turbulence in South Africa.
The workshop was facilitated by Derek Stretch, Professor for Environmental Fluid Mechanics, with funding provided through an Office of Naval Research (ONR) global grant.
Turbulence at microstructure scales (a centimetre or less) is an important mechanism for mixing in the ocean where regions of enhanced turbulence can influence the entire marine food web. Turbulence is, however, difficult to measure and requires very sensitive and specialised equipment and highly skilled scientists to process and interpret the data.” Read More