1 edition of Moored temperature observations in JASIN found in the catalog.
Moored temperature observations in JASIN
|Statement||by L.M. deWitt ... [et al.].|
|Series||Reference / Oregon State University, School of Oceanography -- 80-15., Data report / Oregon State University, School of Oceanography -- 83., Reference (Oregon State University. School of Oceanography) -- 80-15., Data report (Oregon State University. School of Oceanography) -- no. 83.|
|Contributions||deWitt, L. M., Oregon State University. School of Oceanography.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Davis, Lynne D. Talley, Dean Roemmich, W. Brechner Owens, Daniel L. Rudnick, John Toole, Rob. Mel Briscoe E. Shearman The internal wavefield during the Joint Air-Sea Interaction (JASIN) experiment was monitored by moored current meters and moored and towed thermistor chains.
The field observations consisted of turbulence microstructure vertical profiles taken near moored temperature and velocity turbulence time series.
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Though changes in the vertical distribution of temperature in the upper ocean produced by a storm have been documented (e.g., Tabata et al., ; Leipper, ), the vertical profile of wind-generated currents in the mixed layer and thermocline regions awaits adequate by: 7.
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