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Gulf Stream recirculation experiment - Part II

Gulf Stream recirculation experiment - Part II

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Published by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gulf Stream Recirculation Experiment.,
  • Ocean circulation -- Atlantic Ocean -- Measurement.,
  • Ocean currents -- Atlantic Ocean -- Measurement.,
  • Gulf Stream.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby C.M. Wooding ... [et al.].
    SeriesWHOI -- 89-37., WHOI (Series) -- 89-37., Technical report (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
    ContributionsWooding, Christine M., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination316 p. :
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16104721M

    Get this from a library! The pelagic Tunicata of the Gulf Stream. Part II. Salpa floridana (Apstein) Part III. The subgenus Cyclosalpa. Part IV. On Oikopleura tortugensis, n. sp. A new appendicularian from the Tortugas, with notes on its embryology. Plates 1 to 8 and 2 . Gulf Stream recirculation region by Harry L. Bryden1 ABSTRACT Array measurements of current and temperature made for 15 months in the main thermo-dine of the Gulf Stream recirculation region near 3 IN, 69° 30'W are analyzed to determine the energy sources for low-frequency fluctuations or eddies and the effect of these eddies on the.

    Reproduction in whole or in part is permitted for any purpose of the United States Government. This thesis should be cited as: Robert S. Pickart, The Entrainment and Homogenization of Tracers within the Cyclonic Gulf Stream Recirculation Gyre. Ph.D. Thesis. MIT/WHOI, WHOI Approved for publication; distribution unlimited.   The global conveyer belt is part of the large-scale ocean circulation that is driven by differences in the density of the waters. It plays a key role in .

    West of the ridge and north of 38°N, the general northeastward flow of the Gulf Stream system is recovered while, south of 38°N the westward recirculation observed from historical float data between 70° and 55°W is shown to extend as far as 40°W. A mean Azores Current is observed both west of the ridge near 33°N and east of 30°W near 34°: Michel Ollitrault and Alain Colin De Verdiere. While claiming their spot in the stern of the Hurricane II the Grouper King and Queen, Jeter and Kathy Allred, hold on as the boat moves to a new location during a full-day trip in the Gulf Stream.


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Gulf Stream recirculation experiment - Part II. View/ Open. WHOIpdf (Mb) Date Author. Wooding, Christine M. Concept link Owens, W. Brechner: Concept link Zemanovic, Marguerite E. Concept link Valdes, James R. Concept link Cited by: 2.

The eastern boundary of the Gulf Stream recirculation by Paul J. Marcbese’ and Arnold L. Gordon’ ABSTRACT A meridionally aligned thermocline front near 60W in the subtropical North Atlantic is revealed by the Trident data set. The front separates saltier thermocline water to the east.

The field experiment involved both the deployment of long-term current meter moorings and the measurement of tracer and water property distributions in the region. The AOL array was a part of the Gulf Stream Statistical and Mapping Experiment (SME) designed to map the dominant eddy scale motions in the The Northern Recirculation Gyre of.

The eastern boundary of the Gulf Stream recirculation Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Marine Research 54(3) May with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Schematic of the prevalent features in the Gulf Stream meander and ring (GSMR) region: Gulf Stream (GS), deep western boundary current (DWBC), northern recirculation gyre (NRG), south-ern recirculation gyre (SRG), and slope water gyre (SLP).

erations. As part of the LDE, moored current and temperature measurements were made for 15 months in the main thermocline of the Gulf Stream recirculation region near 31°N, 69°30′W to assess the energetics and dynamics of the mesoscale eddy field (Bryden ; Brown et al.

).Cited by: The Northern Recirculation Gyre of the Gulf Stream The model is allowed to run to steady state which takes from 10 to 80 years depending on the value of the vertical diffusivity.

The strong advection in the DWBC causes the tracer concentration lines to mirror the streamlines in this part of the by: Vertical motion at m in the Gulf Stream main thermocline is computed using the adiabatic heat equation and a combination of data from inverted echo sounders and moored current meter.

Sea Surface Temperature: Alabama Bahamas Northeast Cape Cod Cape Hatteras Chesapeake Bay Eastcoast EDDIES Project Florida Current Florida Coast Georgia Coast Gulf of Mexico Gulf Stream >> JCNERRS Latte Leo Louisiana Maine North Mid-Atlantic Bight New York Bight (Ft) New York Bight (M) SHAREM Project Southern New England Mid-Atlantic Bight.

Frontogenesis and frontal instabilities in the mixed layer are known to be important processes in the formation of submesoscale features. We study the seasonality of such processes in the Gulf Stream (GS) region. To approach this problem, a realistic simulation with the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model is integrated for 18 months at two horizontal resolutions: a high-resolution (1/48 Cited by: Synoptic Ocean Prediction Experiment (SYNOP) The Synoptic Ocean Prediction Experiment (SYNOP) was a major observational and modeling program designed to understand the physics governing large amplitude meandering of the Gulf Stream and the shedding and interactions of rings east of Cape Hatteras to the Grand Banks.

Abstract. Eighteen Degree Water (EDW) is the dominant subtropical mode water of the North Atlantic subtropical gyre and is hypothesized as an interannual reservoir of anomalous heat, nutrients and CO gh isolated beneath the stratified upper-ocean at the end of each winter, EDW may re-emerge in subsequent years to influence mixed layer properties and consequently air-sea interaction and Cited by: 6.

Gulf Stream Recirculation Experiment - Part II. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Tech. Rept. WHOI, pp. IFM IBERIAN BASIN: Kase, Rolf, and Walter Zenk, Structure of the Mediterranean Water and Meddy Characteristics in the Northeastern Atlantic.

GULF STREAM STOPPED Part 2 of 2 - Full Story on the Gulf Stream its function and its shutdown consequences to the World Climate. Figure Locations of the Gulf Stream on December 3,and March 2,during the Gulf Stream Deflection and Meander Energetics Experiment (DAMEX).

These retraced versions of the AVHRR SST images from those dates show the stream in a typical strongly deflected configuration. U AD-A W Woods Hole graphic 7C Institution 0AELECTE I Gulf Stream Recirculation Experiment- Part II by 1 C.M. Wooding, W.

Owens, I M.E. Zemanovic and J. Valdes i September I Technical Report Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers OCE and OCE Spatial and temporal evolution of a Gulf Stream crest-warm core ring interaction. Journal of Geophysical Research, (C2), HURLBURT, H.E., AND HOGAN, P.J.; Impact of 1/8 to 1/64 resolution on Gulf Stream model-data comparisons in basin-scale subtropical Atlantic ocean models.

Published; Hogg, N. G., R. Pickart, R. Hendry, and W. Smethie, Jr., The northern recirculation gyre of the Gulf Stream. Deep-Sea Research, 33, The Gulf Stream is the western boundary current of the N. Atlantic subtropical gyre. The averaging of velocity data from a meandering current produces a wide mean picture of the flow.

The core of the Gulf Stream current is about 90 km wide and has peak velocities of greater than 2 m/s (5 knots). Variability in the Gulf Stream recirculation gyre Paul J. Marchese Department of Science, State University of New York Maritime College, Fort Schuyler, Bronx Abstract.

Using historical hydrographic data, a salinity front which marks the eastern edge of the Gulf Stream recirculation on the 10øC isotherm surface is by:. Gulf Stream Recirculation Experiment - Part II. Sep v. p. NTIS NO. PB Siinell. Richard Peter. Tidal dynamics and dispersion around coastal headlands.

Ph.D. Thesis. Nov 66p. NTIS NO. PB Drilling the oceanic lower crust. A global strategy for exploring the deep oceanic crust and mantle in the 's.The Gulf Stream System N. P. Fofonoff In the two decades since the first publication of Stom-mel's () monograph on the Gulf Stream, our knowledge of the Gulf Stream System has been ex-panded dramatically through the development and ap-plication of new, powerful measuring techniques.

Mul-File Size: 3MB. The UK Met Office Unified Model in the Global Coupled 2 (GC2) configuration has a warm bias of up to almost $$7\\,\\hbox {K}$$ 7 K in the Gulf Stream SSTs in the winter season, which is associated with surface heat flux biases and potentially related to biases in the atmospheric circulation.

The role of this SST bias is examined with a focus on the tropospheric response by performing Cited by: 3.