|Statement||by R.K. Dewey ... [et al.]|
|Series||Reference / College of Oceanography, Oregon State University -- 88-8., Data report / College of Oceanography, Oregon State University -- 143., Reference (Oregon State University. College of Oceanography) -- 88-8., Data report (Oregon State University. College of Oceanography) -- 143.|
|Contributions||Dewey, R. K., Oregon State University. College of Oceanography.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Hydrographic data from the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) program: July Item Preview remove-circle. Coastal transition zone experiment - rapid sampling vertical profiler observations. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Hydrographic Data from the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) Program July Item Preview Hydrographic Data from the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) Program July by Defense Technical Information Center. The data collected was part of the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Coastal Transition Zone experiment from June 15 , and from July 06 - 18 It encompassed the region from just north of Pt. Arena, California (39" ' N) south.
The finite amplitude nonlinear behavior of the coastal transition zone (CTZ) jet, assumed to be governed by quasi-geostrophic dynamics, is studied utilizing numerical experiments in an ide- alized geometry. Finite difference solutions to initial value problems are obtained for a stratified, six-layer fluid in a periodic, fiat bottom, f plane. in Coastal Aquifers: Numerical and Experimental Study from a well in a laboratory-scale coastal aquifer. Laboratory experiments were completed in a the variation of salt concentration within the freshwater-saltwater transition zone during the upconing was not explored mostly because measurements were only through. The linear stability of a coastal transition zone (CTZ) jet is analyzed using a six-layer quasi-geostrophic model with observed basic state velocity profiles. The velocity profiles are obtained from objectively analyzed hydrographic and acoustic doppler data from the CTZ pilot experiment. Along-jet perturbation wave-. Observations during the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) experiment in summer reveal the presence of deep phytoplankton layers in a coastal upwelling system. Data from the Coastal Transition.
Observations during the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) experiment in summer reveal the presence of deep phytoplankton layers in a coastal upwelling system. The layers occur throughout the CTZ study area, including a strong baroclinic jet which was present over the period of the experiment. region sampled by the CTZ experiment, recurrent eddies have been documented by a number of studies [Simpson et al., , ; Lynn and Simpson, ]. 2. THE CTZ EXPERIMENT The region of approximately øNøN was studied intensively in and [Coastal Transition Zone Group, ]. Hydrographic surveys of the region within. Synopsis. The microstructure of the transition zone in high strength concretes, with and without silica fume, was characterized. Backscattered electron (bse) imaging combined with quantitative image analysis was used to measure the quantity and distribution of unreacted cement, pores larger than 05 μm and calcium hydroxide. Figure 1. The Coastal Transition Zone study region. The region included in the CTZ physical-bio-optical model domain is indicated by the box. Within this do- main, the standardized station grid, which was used during the CTZ surveys, is shown. The black dots indicate the station locations. ter, AVHRR) or pigment (coastal zone color scanner.