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Hydrographic data from warm core ring 82-B

Hydrographic data from warm core ring 82-B

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

    Subjects:
  • Ocean temperature -- Measurement.,
  • Salinity -- Measurement.,
  • Oxygen -- Measurement.,
  • Hydrography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M.C. Stalcup ... [et al.].
    SeriesWHOI -- 85-29., WHOI (Series) -- 85-29., Technical report (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
    ContributionsStalcup, Marvel C., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 225 p. :
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16117824M

      Res. , ()This work is an observational study (satellite altimetry data) showing remote control of Agulhas ring formation by eddies . Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data publication of S Edition • S used mainly for encoding Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC) • Ed. frozen until further notice • preparation of Ed. 4 initiated to include additional data types such as bathymetric and matrix data change of name 3.

    National Hydrography Dataset - General. The National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) standards are composed of a three primary references: 1) The Geographic Information Framework Data Content Standard, Part 6: Hydrography (FGDC-STD) provides a conceptual framework for hydrography, but does not specifically define the NHD. The primary purpose of this part of the . The pool of water in a warm-core ring can extend to a depth of m ( ft) so that they cannot move onto continental shelves, which are shallow typically m ( ft) deep or less. However, rings can come close enough to the shelf edge to modify coastal .

    is probably the same feature as the Ulleung Warm Eddy discussed by Ichiye and Takano () and Kim et al. (). Isoda et al. (a) describe a ‘‘stably located’’ warm core eddy in summer over the western side of the Yamato Rise, with a core temperature of 88 to 98C and a salinity of psu, surrounded by a ring of warmer water. ("Results from a radiocarbondated box core show that SST was ~1°C cooler than today ~ years ago (the Little Ice Age) and years ago, and ~1°C warmer than today years ago (the Medieval Warm Period).") Glacial geological evidence for the medieval warm period. JM Grove and R Switsur, Climatic Change, 26, (). ("The results.


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Hydrographic data from warm core ring 82-B Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stalcup, M.C., T.M. Joyce, Hydrographic data from warm core ring B.Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 9 pp. The life history and structural variations of warm-core ring 86B, which detached from the Kuroshio Extension and moved northward interacting with neighboring currents over a life span of more than 3 years, were described by combining NOAA-infrared images and hydrographic data from to Cited by:   We calculated species diversity (H′) from Kuroda’s mean summer data for Kuroshio water to becomparable with our values of – in the warm-core ring.

We considered it legitimate to compare our data with Kuroda’s summer data because the ring from our study was formed in by: In addition, acoustic velocity profiling and drifter trajectories have been used to Hydrographic data from warm core ring 82-B book hydrographic features of the ring and environs.

These ship and satellite data form a coherent space/time overview of the ring and its environment and show them to be closely related and continually by: A reinterpretation of the life history of warm core ring b is constructed from drifter trajectories, hydrographic profiles, and satellite-derived sea surface temperature fields.

An analysis of the observations strongly suggests this ring is fundamentally a dipole structure for much of its : James W. Brown and Stanford B. Hooker. Most of the variability is related to the passage of warm‐core rings south of Georges Bank.

An instantaneous streamer transport value of × 10 5 m 3 s −1 was determined from ship‐tracked drogues and hydrographic data. Warm or cold streamers are entrained in the periphery of the warm-core ring, which form excellent fishing grounds for pelagic fish, such as skipjack, mackerel, flying squid and saury.

Appearance and movement of the fishing grounds associated with the warm-core rings and streamers are discussed, using satellite thermal images and fish catch data. Micronekton biomass was sampled in warm-core Gulf Stream ring B (at ages 2, 4 and 6 months), the Slope Water, the Gulf Stream and the Sargasso Sea during three multi-ship cruises.

There was no significant diel difference in the m integrated biomass for fishes or invertebrate micronekton in 24 paired day-night tows, and no evidence for diel vertical migration across the m level.

Abstract. A major field study was undertaken in and to examine the structure of Gulf Stream warm-core rings, the changes in structure with time, and.

Based on historical hydrographic measurements placed within the context of a two-layer model and surface height anomalies (SHA) from the radar altimeter on the TOPEX mission, upper-layer thickness fields indicated the presence of two warm core rings during September and October   In analyses of subsurface (at m, m, and m depth) monthly temperature maps compiled by objective analyses of hydrographic data obtained in the area offshore from eastern Japan (Shimizu and Ito ; Ito and Shimizu ), several anticyclonic warm-core rings (WCRs) are usually recognized in the Kuroshio–Oyashio transition area.

The data collected so far have been important in understanding how both continental-shelf processes and shelf-break exchange processes have been changing in recent years. Perhaps the most dramatic event documented by the Shelf Research Fleet was the onshore penetration of a warm core ring in January (Gawarkiewicz et al.

During this. The performance of the MULVFS is illustrated by particulate dry weight and Ca data from some of the 15 stations in warm core rings. Size-fractionated particulate Ca data collected from Warm Core Ring B in April and June demonstrate unabiguously the aggregation of small particles in the upper m.

The increased copepodite abundance around and inside the UWE might account for the extraordinary increase of the cyclopoid copepod, which resembles the dominance of cyclopoid copepods in the warm-core Gulf Stream ring B (Roman et al., ) and in an upwelling area (Lee and Park, ).

Cowles et. Hydrographic data from R/V endeavor cruise # April J. Dunworth; The final cruise of the NSF sponsored Warm Core Rings Program studied a Warm Core Ring (WCR) in the Fall of as. Hydrography for the Nation.

The USGS manages surface water and hydrologic unit mapping for the Nation as geospatial datasets. These include the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD), Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD), and NHDPlus High Resolution (NHDPlus HR).Hydrography data are integral to a myriad of mission critical activities undertaken and managed by government entities (Federal, state.

Toshio Suga's research works with 3, citations reads, including: Heat and salinity transport between the permanent pycnocline and the mixed layer due to the obduction process. As the factors of input unit layer, hydrographic principal factors (warm-core ring off Sanriku, warm-core ring off Kushiro,nearshore intrusion of Kuroshio, offshore intrusion of Kuroshio, first branch Of Oyashio, second branch of Oyashio) were utilized in this study Off Tohoku.

Hidden. the slope, shelf phytoplankton and zooplankton species are wrapped into the ring, leading to a significant increase of phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass.

A warm-core ring’s horizontal scale is km, which can include Sv of water. Although it only lasts for 6 months, it represents a significant source of nutrients to the euphotic. Hydrographic Data from Warm Core Ring B, Stalcup et al.

9 td> ds Gulf Stream Anatomy Hydrographic Survey - FallRossby: 4: 19 88 ds UNESCO selected river flow rates: 2: ds Atlas, SEASAT scatterometer derived wind stress, dealiased: 1 ds Chelton, SEASAT scatterometer derived wind.

Cold core rings form off a southward bending meander and are found south of the Gulf Stream. Other differences between warm and cold core rings will be discussed on the next page. The four illustrations below depict the formation of a warm core ring. Is is called a warm core ring since warm Sargasso Sea water is trapped in the center of the.

Nitrate concentrations were below the limit of detection in the core of the warm feature, and in excess of 2 mmol m −3 in the interiors of the two cold anomalies.

Phytoplankton biomass patterns.The Gulf Stream transports significant amount of warm water (heat) poleward. 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).