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Hyodae Seo, Arthur J. Miller, and Joel R. Norris

1. Introduction Oceanic mesoscale eddies, with a typical length scale of 10–100 km in the midlatitudes and 1000 km in the tropics, have signatures both in sea surface temperature (SST) and surface currents. The eddies interact with the atmosphere through the SST and surface current influencing wind stress, the process referred to in the literature as eddy–wind interaction or mesoscale air–sea interaction. This is conveniently represented in the form of bulk parameterization of the wind stress

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