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Research

Jinliang is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and the Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics Group. He studies the oceanic boundary layer turbulence and its impact on the dispersion and transportation of sediments, nutrients, and pollutants in coastal regions. He is also broadly interested in multiscale physical and biogeochemical processes. His current work involves the interaction between submesoscale and near-inertial currents in the upper ocean.

 

 

Publications

Modeling Sediment Flocculation in Langmuir Turbulence
J Liu, JH Liang, K Xu, Q Chen, CE Ozdemir
– Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans
(2019)
124,
7883
Effect of planetary rotation on oceanic surface boundary layer turbulence Effect of planetary rotation on oceanic surface boundary layer turbulence
J Liu, J-H Liang, JC McWilliams, PP Sullivan, Y Fan, Q Chen
– Journal of Physical Oceanography
(2018)
48,
2057
Sensitivity of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current transport to surface buoyancy conditions in the North Atlantic
S Sun, J Liu
– Ocean Modelling
(2017)
118,
118

Research Group

Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics

Room

H1.19

Telephone

01223 764060