NEWS AND NOTES The researchers used the new bend and lose energ y in their Hwo Reading o cean Fool R algorithm to analyze hydrody- travels, and subsequently affect Ripples c an p Rvideo namic data and synoptic acoustic how waves break at the shoreline. s ot Rm i nsig Ht imagery collected during Super- The researchers have continued Storms moving over the ocean storm Sandy at Redbird Reef, to monitor t he area since Su- can leave “secret” traces on the located about 16 miles off the perstorm Sandy, and recent ly seaf loor known as ripple bed- Delaware coast. They compared discovered that Winter Storm for ms , wh ich de velop when their f indings to a time-var y- Jonas, which swept through the surface waves create seaf loor cur- ing ripple geometric model and area this January, had even higher rents that disrupt sediment and discovered that contrary to the energy levels and larger ripples form ripples on the ocean f loor. models’ prediction of the ripples than Sandy. Understanding these ripples can getting smaller as a storm weak- “For the Mid-Atlantic, nor’east- provide insight into the storm ens, the algorithm indicated that ers really
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2016
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