Bibliography: p. 7.
|Statement||by W. Percy Wickett.|
|Series||Fisheries Research Board of Canada. Technical report no. 53, Technical report (Fisheries Research Board of Canada) ;, no. 53.|
|LC Classifications||SH223 .A3473 no. 53, GC228.6.N68 .A3473 no. 53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||76379812|
Oceanographic Observations: North Pacific Ocean Station November, N., W., March March [M, Husby David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Oceanographic Observations: North Pacific Ocean Station November, N., W., March March Format: Paperback. for the North Pacific Ocean can be drawn using the 22 years of meridional and zonal components given in Fofonoff (, ), in Fofonoff and Dobson (), in Fofonoff and Ross () and in Wickett (, ). The wind-stress field in the North Pacific Ocean during –75 is computed from nearly five million ship reports. With a drag coefficient having a l Compared with the stress fields obtained byHellerman () andWyrtki andMeyers (), the eastward component of the stress in the present study is larger in magnitude and the northward one smaller in magnitude, especially in the trade wind Cited by: Monthly charts of surface transport vectors (synoptic pilot charts) for the North Pacific Ocean can be drawn using the 22 years of meridional and zonal components given in Fofonoff ( ), in Fofonoff and Dobson (), in Fofonoff and Ross () and in Wickett (, ). Such charts.
Surface Transport Charts for the North Pacific Ocean, by W. Percy Wickettl • J.A.C. Thomson2 and L.V. Pienaar2 Fisheries Research Board of Canada Biological Station, Nanaimo, B.C. Introduction Monthly charts of surface transport vectors (synoptic pilot charts) for the North Pacific Ocean can be drawn using the 22 years of meridional. In section 3b, the locations where the deep North Pacific particles make their last and first contact with the sea surface are discussed and the ventilation of the ocean’s oldest water mass using an Eulerian tracer diagnostic to partition the water in the deep North Pacific Ocean according to the surface region where it was last exposed to Cited by: 3. Zonal (a) and meridional (b) Ekman transport for the Gulf of Alaska, December October (After WlCKETT and THOMSON, , and Wickett, personal communication.) Seasonal variations of waters in the northern Gulf of Alaska not find an annual cycle for bottom water replenishment in fiords along the eastern by: The °E repeat hydrographic section of the Japan Meteorological Agency across the western North Pacific was initiated in as part of the Cooperative Study of the Kuroshio and Adjacent Regions and has been continued biannually in winter and summer. The publicly available data from the section have been widely used to reveal seasonal to decadal variations and long-term Cited by: 9.
The ocean heat transport is strongly associated with the mass transport in the ITF, and accordingly the mass budgets for the Indian and the Pacific Oceans are not closed. This leads to some arbitrariness in terms of how the heat transports are described as the total depends on the reference temperature, chosen here to be 0°C. We conclude that Rhizosolenia mats may transport the equivalent of 50% of the new nitrogen requirements into the surface waters of the North Pacific gyre. Cited by: According to the results of computations, the volume transport from the Bering Sea to the Pacific Ocean made up Sv; mass transport, × 10 9 kg/s; salt transport, × 10 6 kg/s. The estimated value of heat transport through the strait is × 10 15 W. The Eastern Kamchatka Current carries oxygen and biogenic elements through the Cited by: 2. 10/24/ CONTINENTAL OIL RIG A: Explosion and fire with no loss of life in the Gulf of Mexico. 10/9/ SS PANOCEANIC FAITH: Foundering with loss of life North Pacific Ocean. 9/23/ LAKE MICHIGAN SQUALLS: Loss of and damage to numerous vessels and loss of life, east coast of Lake Michigan. 6/16/