3 edition of surface circulation off southern Norway during summer indicated by drift bottles found in the catalog.
surface circulation off southern Norway during summer indicated by drift bottles
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Roald Sætre.|
|Series||Report / Samarbeidsprosjektet Den norske Kyststrom ;, 1/81, Report (Samarbeidsprosjektet Den norske kyststrom) ;, 81/1.|
|LC Classifications||GC228.6.N69 S24 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||81197939|
During the winter season there is usually little inflow of freshwater. Surface water and deeper water (down to m or ft or more) are mixed during winter because of the steady cooling of the surface and wind. In the deep fjords there is still fresh water from the summer with less density than the saltier water along the coast. Shelf Circulation Induced by an Orographic Wind Jet shelf circulation in the upper layer shuts off and the inner shelf is deﬁned as the region onshore of where the SBL intersects the bottom (similarly to Tilburg, and Horwitz & Lentz, , when analyzing the decreasing signiﬁcantly during summer Cited by: 5.
A section of the Ocean Lab will be offered in summer for the first time during the 6-week term. Notable for the Distance Education Oceanography course offering is the increase in retention and success from to In the Norwegian Sea herring were originally caught by drift net in the fiords and later by purse seine. Finally, when the purse seine could be worked in the open sea, herring were caught there off southern Norway and also north of the Lofoten Is. Off Iceland, drift nets were also replaced by purse seines worked in the open sea.
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Surface circulation in the gulf of maine as deduced from drift bottles paperback – january 1, by C. Godfrey Day (Author)Author: C. Godfrey Day. Lagrangian observations of the Adriatic surface circulation started as early as in the 's with drift bottle experiments (Buljan and Zore-Armanda, ).
More recently (–), drift cards were released to map the surface currents (Ferencak et al., ; M. Morovic, personal communication).Cited by: During the 28‐month interval from September through Decemberdrift bottles were released periodically from a stationary platform located km offshore from Panama City, Florida.
Of the bottles released,or 29 per cent, were by: Analysis of instability and mesoscale motion off southern Norway Article in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres (C8) August with 6 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Surface ocean circulation in the Norwegian B.P. to present Article in Boreas 14(3) - January with 15 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Conducted during an investigation period of six full years (–), this study focuses on inter- and intra-annual temporal variations of surface water chemistry, solute fluxes, solute yields and chemical denudation in a steep, cold climate and glacier-fed drainage basin system in the fjord landscape of western by: 8.
A drift bottle is tossed into the ocean off the coast of Peru. Three years later the bottle is recovered on a beach in northern California. Describe the most likely path of the bottle from Peru to California, assuming it to have been transported soley by ocean surface currents.
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Peninsula that forms the mainland part of Denmark and extends into the North Sea toward Norway and Sweden. Iberian Peninsula. Peninsula that extends off the southwestern edge of Europe. Is home to Spain and Portugal, and separates the Atlantic. A bird - watcher sees an unusual bird at a feeder.
He takes careful notes on the bird's color, shape, and other physical features and then goes to a reference book to see if he can identify the species. During the measurement period, warm deep water was observed to flow southward on the eastern side of DT in approximate geostrophic balance.
A northward outflow from the shelf was also observed along the bottom in the western side of by: Seasonal marine feeding and body condition of sea trout (Salmo trutta) at its northern distribution Article (PDF Available) in ICES Journal of Marine Science 63(3) April with 43 Reads. All objects in the northern hemisphere will move to the left, all objects in the southern hemisphere will move to the right.
effect the flow of currents. Coriolis effect, land distribution, friction, gravity. deep currents. density-driven circulation, when surface waters become high density, it sinks beneath the surface which spreads slowly.
Variations must take place in the ocean circulation when the general wind circulation varies. There are hints even within recent years that the variations in the ocean between Iceland and Scotland and Norway can be big: The area has been regarded as the main path of the warm, saline North Atlantic Drift water heading towards the Arctic; but, when the polar water occasionally intrudes from the Cited by: During the low-Sun season (winter), all wind and air-pressure systems shift toward the opposite hemisphere so that savanna regions are dominated by subtropical high-pressure conditions.
In summer, the systems shift in the opposite direction, bringing the. During the s, which according to our results was the coldest century in Svalbard, the Little Ice Age -associated winter cooling was of the order of 4'C ('C for Vardø) compared to the s.
The general surface circulation can be described by inflowing Atlantic water along the southeast side (mainland) and an outflow current along the northwest side (Lofoten) with cyclonic circulation.
Consequently, it can be argued that on shorter geological time scales, up to 2 Myr, changes in tides were mainly due to changes in MSL and ocean stratification (Egbert et al., ; Schmittner et al., ; Müller, gives a nice description of how changes in stratification in coastal areas can change tides), because continental drift is a Cited by: 3.
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Ocean circulation is fundamental to the dynamics of a planktonic species’ habitat. The North Atlantic surface circulation system is made up of a series of gyres, encircled by strong boundary currents (Fig.
1a).In the west, the Northwest Atlantic Subpolar Gyre, commonly referred to as the Subpolar Gyre, includes the Labrador and Irminger Seas and is defined by bathymetry to the north and the Cited by:. The surface observations of equivalent chlorophyll stocks (ug chl l −1) of K.
brevis abundance (assuming 10 −5 ug chl cell −1) during (a) July–December off Texas [Denton and Contreras, ], where the red tide propagated southwards, from Port Arthur to Port Isabel, and (b) October–December off Florida [Dragovich et al.showed an approximately 35m reduction in surface elevations on the15kmﬂoatingicetongue,implyingathinningofaboutmat an average rate5 of 80myr−1.
This is far higher than thinning rates of grounded ice immediately upstream, and was probably caused by an increase in basal melting rates2. Comparison of Jakobshavn Isbræ velocities during From several drifting ice stations north of Svalbard, Norway, observations were made in early spring of the ocean turbulent characteristics in the upper m using a microstructure profiler and close to the under-ice surface using eddy correlation by: