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Five current meter moorings and four horizontal electric field records spanning June 1990––February 1992 are used to describe the mean structure and variability of the vertically averaged velocity field and volume transport extending 425 km east of Abaco, The Bahamas, at 26.5°°N....
A model was constructed to estimate ice floe trajectories. The model considers the balance of atmosphere and ocean drag forces on ice floes, including skin and body drag forces from wind, waves, and currents. Discussion of air––ice and water––ice skin stresses, water––ice form stress,...
A model for the response of waves to turning wind was recently derived from the growth––fetch relations for developing waves. An essential part of the model involves the drag coefficient C d . Recently, the ERS-1 Grand Banks (GB) Wave Validation Experiment of 1991 measured wind speed and wave...
The relative importance of the formation of different North Atlantic Deep Water masses on the meridional overturning is examined with a non-eddy-resolving version of the CME model. In contrast to a frequently held belief, convective deep-water formation south of the North Atlantic sill does not...
The effect of an isolated canyon interrupting a long continental shelf of constant cross section on the along-isobath, oscillatory motion of a homogeneous, incompressible fluid is considered by employing laboratory experiments (physical models) and a numerical model. The laboratory experiments...
Resonant wave––wave interaction processes are studied with the nonlinear dispersion relationship for shallow water. The formulation was derived based on a Hamiltonian representation first reported by Zakharov. Results show that four waves are needed for resonant interactions at all depths....
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