We analyze here the intercorrelation between natural microwave radiation of the ocean-atmosphere system and its
boundary heat and dynamic interaction and describe some approaches to an analysis of heat and dynamic processes in the
ocean-atmosphere interface with satellite passive radiometric observations at microwaves. The feasibility of determining
synoptic, seasonal and year-to-year variations of sensible, latent heat and momentum fluxes to a useful accuracy using
the DMSP SSM/I data directly from the measured brightness temperatures is examined. The main results have been
obtained by combining the data of the vessel experiments NEWFOUEX-88, ATLANTEX-90 and the data of microwave
radiometric measurements from the meteorological satellites of the DMSP series. Especial part of our study is the
elaboration of technologies for diagnosis of tropical hurricanes beginning in the oceans with the remote sensing methods.