I would need to get acquainted to the subject of stochastic Stokes flows, so studying Stokes equations under some noise of some kind, let's say an additive white noise to begin with.

The problem is that Navier-Stokes equations are likely THE most studied equations out there, there's a gazillion articles popping up if I look for "Stochastic Stokes equation".

I would be ok even with some basic stuff, just to get started with, it would be better to also have some relevant nontrivial (whatever that means) work from where I can start looking at references in that article and other works referencing that. I mean, I'd really like some suggestions for some starting points.

P.S. I think I can find the treatment of deterministic Stokes flow, basically every book about Navier-Stokes will have a part about that, I guess. What I'd need is the stochastic case