SOLAS special feature "Boundary Shift: The Air-Sea Interface in a Changing Climate"

For the last two decades, SOLAS has played a major role in facilitating global collaborative research on ocean-atmosphere interaction. Over this time, this interface has only become more important and relevant with climate change and increasing awareness of science-social dimensions relating to use of the oceans. To assess the current state of air-sea exchange science, highlight critical future research directions, and identify emerging opportunities for new collaborations, technologies, and discoveries, SOLAS is organising a special feature on Boundary Shift: The Air-Sea Interface in a Changing Climate in Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.

Following are the highlighted papers in this special feature: