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Comparison of data from four current meters obtained by long term deep sea moorings

Inde-Perse-Turquie : Vente a Paris-Nouveau Drouot-Sall no 7, Le Mercredi 23 Juin 1982, a 14 h 15

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        StatementMeteorological Research Institute
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        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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All current velocities are averaged over a half-day period and shown here. The time means of drifter and matched OSCAR currents agree very closely at all latitudes in both longitude ranges. The exceptions were the periods when baseline drift was extreme suggestive of either sensor failure or the presence of a large fouling signal.

and it is simplified to 21 Energy originating at the surface propagates downward to the west, while its phase propagates upward to the west across the band of energy.

A Comparison of the Pac

All gliders have gaps in the data at various points of the mission. National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, Washington, DC. We concluded that the fluorescence data reflected processes occurring in the water and supported analysis.

The amplitude of sea surface height is color-coded. The nine subregions of the tropical Pacific Ocean in which the OSCAR currents are compared to WOCE drifting buoy data. To illustrate the relationship between passing surface eddies in the ocean interior and deep-ocean current characteristics close to the seafloor at a water depth of 4100 m, monthly mean deep-sea current speed obtained from the three OBMs over a period of 3 years, from April 2013 to May 2016, was calculated black line in Fig.

As independent vehicles, power management is a significant concern. Another important limit which may cause inaccuracy in detecting eddies is the splitting of a long-life eddy into two or more distinct eddies. The design of the propulsion system necessarily restricts them to the surface. They transited to Hawaii where they were recovered, serviced and deployed to travel in pairs to Australia and Japan.

Evidence of equatorial Rossby wave propagation obtained by deep mooring observations in the western Pacific Ocean

In November 2011, Liquid Robotics, a private company, launched four wave-powered gliders from San Francisco, CA for a trans-Pacific voyage the Pac-X crossing. The most problematic drift the final months of the Papa Mau C3 chl fluorometer data could not be resolved since the sea conditions during recovery prevented photodocumentation of the sensors Luke Beatman, Liquid Robotics, personal communication.

They are new to the oceanographic community and little published information on their long-term deployments persistent presence in the ocean is available.