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subsurface frontal zone beneath the subtropical convergence in the northeast Pacific Ocean

J. O. Blanton

subsurface frontal zone beneath the subtropical convergence in the northeast Pacific Ocean

by J. O. Blanton

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Ocean currents -- Pacific Ocean.

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    Statementby Jackson Orin Blanton.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 93 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15520804M

    Yuan, X. J. and L. D. Talley, The subarctic frontal zone in the North Pacific: Characteristics of frontal structure from climatological data and synoptic surveys. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, (C7): At mb, high pressure dominates the land area, large-scale troughs are found over the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the easterly jet forms south of Asia, and subtropical jets develop in the westerlies. At mb, subtropical highs dominate the oceans, and the monsoon trough develops over the Asian land mass.

    Trenberth, Kevin E., and James W. Hurrell. “Decadal atmosphere-ocean variations in the Pacific.” Climate Dynamics (): Considerable evidence has emerged of a substantial decade-long change in the north Pacific atmosphere and ocean lasting from about to The improved ocean/atmosphere formulations are found to produce more realistic tropical Pacific patterns of sea surface temperature and rainfall, surface heat fluxes, ocean mixed layer depths, surface currents, and tropical instability wave (TIW) activity; enhance the near‐surface equatorial upwelling; and reduce the inter‐centennial warm.

    ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Mountains to the Sea, 26 February-3 March , Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Sponsored by the Association for the Sciences of . /kluy mit/, n. 1. the composite or generally prevailing weather conditions of a region, as temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, sunshine, cloudiness, and winds, throughout the year, averaged over a series of years. 2. a region or&#;.


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Distribution of calanoid copepods across the mesoscale frontal zone of tropical-subtropical convergence off México Article in Deep Sea Research Part II Topical Studies in Oceanography Marine debris collects within the North Pacific Subtropical Convergence Zone Article (PDF Available) in Marine Pollution Bulletin 54(8) September with 1, Reads How we measure.

The Subtropical Frontal Zone (or convergence), at about 32°N in the central and eastern Pacific, separates the eastward North Pacific Current from the westward NEC.

With increasing depth, the subtropical gyre shrinks toward the west and toward Japan, and decreases in strength. Generic term for a non-frontal synoptic-scale cyclone originating over warm tropical or subtropical ocean waters with cyclonic surface wind circulation.

Tropical Depression A tropical cyclone in which the sustained surface wind is at least 37 km per hr (23 mph) but less than 63 km per hr (39 mph); an early stage in the development of a hurricane.

Rutger Rosenberg, in Managing Ocean Environments in a Changing Climate, OMZs and Open Ocean Decline in Oxygen. OMZ is a term used to refer to persistent, natural, oceanic low oxygen features that occur at mid-water depths. They are most widespread in the eastern Pacific, off the western coast of continents, and the northern Indian Ocean.

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I., On the Subtropical Frontal Zone north of Hawaii during winter. Journal of Phys ical Oceanogra Roden, G.

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Meanders in the Antarctic Polar Frontal zone and their impact on Phytoplankton. Deep-Sea Research II, 48(19/20), Subsurface subtropical fronts of the North Pacific as boundaries in the ventilated thermocline.

Bottom temperature fluctuations in the northeast Pacific Ocean at depth to m. Journal of Physical Oceanography.Productivity during the Spring Intermonsoon (86 +/- 6 mmol Cm(-2) d(-1)) was much higher than in oligotrophic regions such as the tropical Pacific Ocean (29 +/- 2 mmol Cm(-2) d(-1)) or the North Pacific gyre region (32 +/- 8 mmol Cm(-2) d(-1)).The annual mean productivity ( +/- 11mmol Cm(-2) d(-1)) along this section from the Omani.This book divides the subject of underwater acoustic modeling into three fundamental aspects: the physical principles used to formulate underwater acoustic models the mathematical techniques used to translate these principles into computer models and modeling applications in sonar technology and oceanographic research.