2 edition of RAFOS float data report of the North Atlantic current study, 1993-1995 found in the catalog.
RAFOS float data report of the North Atlantic current study, 1993-1995
by Narragansett Marine Laboratory, University of Rhode Island in Kingston, R. I
Written in English
Funded by the Office of Naval Research under grant number N00014-92J-1651 and the National Science Foundation.
|Statement||by Sandra Anderson-Fontana, Mark Prater, H. Thomas Rossby.|
|Series||Reference -- 99-4., NML/GSO Ref -- 96-4.|
|Contributions||Prater, Mark., Rossby, H. Thomas., University of Rhode Island. Narragansett Marine Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||241 p. :|
|Number of Pages||241|
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The objective of the RAFOS float program, jointly supported by the Office of Naval Research and the National Science Foundation, was to study the structure of the currents in the North Atlantic Currrent (NAC) region and the exchange of waters between the subtropical and subpolar gyres in the Newfoundland hundred RAFOS floats were deployed on two density surfaces The objective of the RAFOS float program, jointly supported by the Office of Naval Research and the National Science Foundation, was to study the structure of the currents in the North Atlantic Currrent (NAC) region and the exchange of waters between the subtropical and subpolar gyres in the Newfoundland Basin.
One hundred RAFOS floats were Heywood et al. () and White and Heywood () used up to four years of altimetric data between and to show that large-scale, interannual north–south shifts in the NAC system in the central North Atlantic could be correlated with changes in the strength of the wind :// Isopycnal RAFOS float data ballasted for sigma-t surface (~ meters depths),are available at NOAA Physical Oceanography Division's Global Drifter Program.
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Figure 2: Loss of floats from the DWBC. Figure 3: Simulated trajectories from The southward export of Labrador Sea Water has a big influence on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, the large-scale ocean mixing driven by global density gradients, and is therefore The data come from two major studies: The North Atlantic Current study (NAC) betweenand the Atlantic climate Change Experiment (ACCE) between Isopycnal operation The degree to which a float follows an isopycnal surface depends primarily upon how well its compressibility matches that of sea This study presents a method to obtain the mean three dimensional structure of the hydrographic and velocity ﬁeld of an ocean current, by combining isopycnal ﬂoat data with historical hydrography.
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