It's been three semesters since I was last required to do a dimensional analysis problem, and I could use a little help here. Just know that the subscript notices come before the variables. In this case, the final set of units must work out to be W/m^2. The equations are: a)Q(sub)s= ρC(sub)PC(sub) H U(T(sub)sfc - T(sub) air) b)Q(sub)e= ρLC(sub)E U(w(sub)sfc-w(sub)air) Note: C(sub)H =C(sub)E =1.5*10^-3 (dimensionless) U=windspeed (m/s) at 10 m height T= temperature in Kelvin (K) w= water vapor mixing ratio (g/kg) L= 2.5*10^6 J/kg ρ= 1.023 kg/m^3 C (sub) p= specific heat of air pressure = 1004 J/(kgK). Note: Final energy fluxes Q(sub)s and Q(sub)e have units of W/m^2 and are a measure of the amount of energy being transferred across the sea surface per unit time. Recall that W= J/s. Note: Values T(sub) sfc refer to sea-surface air layer and T(sub) air assumes a height of 10 m in the boundary layer.