Written in English
|Statement||by Lynn K. Shay.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||120|
Observations of Inertio-Gravity Waves in Master's Thesis; the Wake of Hurricane Frederic December * NXTO ~ ~ AM ~ N DRS ~ ~ ~ 4 PEN RFA& ORMNG UNIT RUEPRUME 4 Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, CA CONTROLLING OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS REPORT DATE Naval Postgraduate School December Monterey, CA [email protected] PAGES. Near-inertial ocean current response to hurricane Frederic. ocean response to hurricanes. Ph.D. Dissertation, NPS, Monterey, California, pp. (1) Shay, L.K. Observations of inertio-gravity waves in the wake of hurricane Frederic. MS Thesis, NPS, Monterey, California, pp. and L.R. Wyatt, HF radar observation of wave. Shay, L.K. Observations of inertio-gravity waves in the wake of hurricane Frederic. MS Thesis, NPS, Monterey, California, pp. A description of tides near the Chesapeake Bay entrance using in situ data with an adjoint model. J. Geophys. Res., CHAPTER 3. SOUND, INERTIA-GRAVITY WAVES, AND LAMB WAVES 22 wherez S = RT 0=gˇ8 kmisthescaleheight sthesolution p 0 = p Rexp(z=z S) () where p R is a reference pressure, typically hPa. From equation () we get the base statedensityproﬁle.
The near-inertial wave wake of Hurricane Ida is examined of the basis of horizontal velocity observations acquired from 7 moorings instrumented with acoustic Doppler current profilers deployed. The near-inertial wave wake of Hurricane Ida is examined of the basis of horizontal velocity observations acquired from 7 moorings instrumented with acoustic Doppler current profilers deployed across the shelf break, slope, and at the abyssal plain of the Yucatan Peninsula, from m to ∼ m. observations imply an inevitable emission of inertia-gravity waves at Rossby numbers similar to those of the large-scale atmospheric and oceanic flow. The appreciable energy leak from the balanced laboratory motions suggests that the geophysical analogue of our laboratory. Geophysicae Observation and backward trajectory of an inertio-gravity wave in the lower stratosphere A. Hertzog1,*, C. Souprayen1, and A. Hauchecorne1 1Service d’aeronomie du CNRS, Verri´ `eres-le-Buisson, France *Present address: Laboratoire de Met´ eorologie Dynamique,´ Ecole Polytechnique, F Palaiseau Cedex, France´.
In both cases, the observations are consistent with the characteristics of inertio-gravity waves, but cannot be reconciled with a Rossby-wave interpretation. We applied standard theory to model the wave behavior and to estimate the wave contributions to the eddy mixing and momentum budget of . Request PDF | Trapping of the near-inertial wave wakes of two consecutive hurricanes in the Loop Current | The near-inertial trapping of the wave wakes of two consecutive hurricanes, Gustav and. ) provided additional observations of horizontal winds. The measurements were carried out during austral winter in August 1. During the period of observations and at both stations, the hour wave was apparent in the wind data. In the optical measurements, the wave . A four-component Nutrient–Phytoplankton–Detritus biological model is integrated into COAMPS to create a fully integrated air-ocean-wave-biology model. This study investigates the upper ocean physical and biological states before and after Hurricane Ivan traversed the .