Environmental Fluid Mechanics (EFM) studies the motion of air and water at several different scales, the fate and transport of species carried along by these fluids, and the interactions among those flows and geological, biological, and engineered systems. EFM emerged some decades ago as a response to the need for tools to study problems of flow an

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Part one: Preliminaries

chapter 1|16 pages

Environmental Fluid Mechanics: Current issues and future outlook

ByB. Cushman-Roisin, C. Gualtieri & D.T. Mihailovic´

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Part two: Processes at atmospheric interfaces

chapter 2|32 pages

Point source atmospheric diffusion

ByB. Rajkovic´, I. Arsenic´ & Z. Grsic´

chapter 3|26 pages

Air–sea interaction

ByV. Djurdjevic´ & B. Rajkovic´

chapter 4|28 pages

Modelling of flux exchanges between heterogeneous surfaces and atmosphere

ByD.T. Mihailovic´ & D. Kapor

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Part three: Processes at water interfaces

chapter 6|36 pages

Gas-transfer at unsheared free-surfaces

ByC. Gualtieri & G. Pulci Doria

chapter 7|40 pages

Advective diffusion of air bubbles in turbulent water flows

ByH. Chanson

chapter 8|34 pages

Exchanges at the bed sediments-water column interface

ByF.A. Bombardelli & P.A. Moreno

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Part four: Processes at interfaces of biotic systems

chapter 11|22 pages

Transport processes in the soil-vegetation-lower atmosphere system

ByD.T. Mihailovic´

chapter 12|22 pages

Turbulence and wind above and within the forest canopy

ByB. Lalic & D.T. Mihailovic´

chapter 13|26 pages

Flow and mass transport in vegetated surface waters

ByY. Tanino

chapter 4|28 pages

teen: Uniform flow and boundary layers over rigid vegetation

ByP. Gualtieri & G. Pulci Doria

chapter 15|30 pages

Mass transport in aquatic environments

ByG. Nishihara & J.D. Ackerman