2 edition of Numerical methods of predicting the northern edge of the Gulf Stream found in the catalog.
|Statement||William H. Gemmill|
|Series||ASWEPS report -- no. 18, Technical report -- TR-225, Technical report (United States. Naval Oceanographic Office) -- TR-225.|
|Contributions||United States. Naval Oceanographic Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Numerical methods of predicting the northern edge of the Gulf Stream / Related Titles. Series: ASWEPS report ; no. 18 Series: Technical report (United States. Naval Oceanographic Office) ; TR By. Gemmill, William H. United States.
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Gemmill, William H. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. Author: William H. Gemmill. Site 1 is near the equator and in the northern Indian Ocean.
At this location variability in the zonal velocity, within and across different seasons, is largely influenced by generation and propagation of long waves (Fu ; Iskandar and McPhaden ).The southern site 2 is located near the eastern edge of the thermocline ridge and the flow of currents here is Cited by: 4.
the mean axis of the Gulf Stream moves to the south, and the northward overshooting of the Gulf Stream separa-tion is reduced when the input boundary transport of their model DWBC at 45°N was increased.
Ezer and Mellor () showed that the NCG north of the Gulf Stream is necessary to Gulf Stream separation at Cape Hatteras. The sea level unit is in meter relative to the average inand the Gulf Stream gradient anomaly unit is in meter elevation change per km relative to m/ km.
Also shown in a heavy black dash line is the time change of the Gulf Stream gradient; the latter has a unit of –m/year/ by: Numerical Methods in Weather Prediction Paperback – Novem by G.
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Various lines of evidence suggest that Gulf Stream heat transport profoundly influences the climate of the entire Northern Hemisphere and, thus. averages about every 8 to 9 months (Leben, ).There is some evidence of a higher probability of separation during the spring and fall (Hall and Leben, ), but there is notable variability in the timing of terms of mechanisms, Sturges et al.
() suggested that these separation events may be influenced by to day signals propagating upstream into the. The Gulf of Elat (Aqaba) is located at the southern portion of the Dead Sea transform.
Three large sedimentary basins exist within the gulf. The northern edge of the Gulf of Elat, the Gulf's Head, forms the divide between the northern sedimentary basin of the gulf, the Elat Deep basin, and the on-land sedimentary basins of the southern Arava by: Next, the book covers the numerical methods for the solution of the equations of tidal dynamics.
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Environmental Protection Agency Con/all is, Oregon ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY OFFICE OF RESEARCH AMD DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL. •There is a clear impact of the Gulf Stream (i.e., warm tongue & SST gradient) on the frontal circulation of cyclones •As spatial resolution increases, new mechanisms by which the Gulf Stream affects cyclones emerge (e.g., TDS at 60km, shear instability at 25km) •The cumulative effect of these “high res” air-sea interactions on the.
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Comparisons between model results and field observations along the U.S. East and Gulf Coasts indicate that the overall performance of the model is satisfactory, with a root‐mean‐square error, bias, and Willmott skill of, respectively,− m, and for storm tides and m, − m, and for significant wave by:.
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