This issue’s articles are devoted to the development of fundamental principles of hydrophysics, solving such applied problems as modelling of the Barents Sea hydrophysical fields distribution based on in-situ measurements; new approaches to creating optical and acoustical systems of observation underwater objects in complex waveguides; modern computer-based technology description of floating objects and marine environment hydrodynamic interaction; analysis of oceanic frontal zones recognition capabilities based on satellite measurements. Moreover, issue presents papers of the “Yong scientists 2008” winners, which are devoted to environmental impact on marine fixed and moving objects; refinement of calculation algorithms for wind waves parameters.
This issue’s articles are devoted to the current state in the following areas: modelling of internal waves of natural and artificial origin; application of nonlinear dispersion analysis for modeling and study of the intense wave processes, their interactions with the bottom and floating objects; asymptotic numerical description of tsunami in a pool of variable depth.
This issue’s articles are devoted to the extreme wind waves statistics and physical properties, based on results of more than 4000 numerical experiments; two prognostic models of seasonal sea level changes; comparison of the operative model calculations of the White Sea hydrophysical fields, based on in-situ measurements, satellite data and water level fluctuations data provided by hydrometeorological station “Solovki”; mechanisms of turbulent noise formation of underwater vehicle’s forward-looking antenna; the tsunami in Russian inland waters as an indicator of high natural disaster risk.
This issue’s articles are devoted to the information integration methods of data processing, which are related to hydrophysical fields; new submersible device for measuring the light attenuation index in an aquatic environment; the results of the Onega Bay of the White Sea internal waves in-situ experiment; prospects for the use of underwater mobile robots for marine activities. Moreover, issue presents papers of the first young scientists’ «Applied Technology of Hydroacoustics and Hydrophysics» conference participants. Their papers are devoted to the Arctic Ocean physical fields modeling; principles of algorithms construction for data aggregation in a network-centric system of underwater observation; use of the advanced probe-signal and coherent reception; the results of autonomous remote-controlled seismic-hydroacoustic station development.