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CTD observations off Oregon and California

CTD observations off Oregon and California

R/V WECOMA, WELOC 83 Legs 1,4,5,6 11-16 January and 6-18 April 1983

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Published by College of Oceanography, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oceanography -- Oregon -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Oceanography -- California -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Ocean currents -- Oregon -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Ocean currents -- California -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Ocean temperature -- Oregon -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Ocean temperature -- California -- Pacific Coast.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jane Fleischbein ... [et al.].
    SeriesData report -- 117., Reference -- 85-11., Data report (Oregon State University. College of Oceanography) -- 117., Reference (Oregon State University. College of Oceanography) -- 85-11.
    ContributionsFleischbein, Jane., Oregon State University. College of Oceanography.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16056679M

    Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. PACIFIC FISHERIES ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY Scientific staff of PFEL publish their research in a variety of publication outlets. Staff publications are listed by category and year. Reprints of more recent papers may be available by request from the author. You can access this information in the following categories.

    Shipyard Upgrades In Action. R/V Sally Ride has successfully completed two science cruises since leaving the shipyard last month. The first involved visiting a research site in the Gulf of Alaska in order to switch out long-term cruise off-loaded in Newport, Oregon and the ship then headed to San Diego. Climatic and Ecological Conditions in the California Current LME for April to June Summary of climate and ecosystem conditions for Quarter 2, (April to June) for public distribution, compiled by PaCOOS coordinator Rosa Runcie (email: @). Full content can be found after the Executive Summary.

    Vessel equipment required--GPS, SATNAV, Loran-C, kHz sub- bottom profiler, multibeam survey system, CTD and deep-ocean traction winch systems for 5,m CTD casts and bottom cores, crane/winch system for deployment of deep-ocean moorings (4, lb), CTD/rosette system with bottles, reversing thermometers, salinometer, XBT system, acoustic. J. Pullen and J. S. Allen, “Modeling studies of the coastal circulation off northern California: Shelf response to a major Eel River flood event,” Continental Shelf Research, 20, , J. Pullen, “Modeling studies of the coastal circulation off northern California,” Ph. D. Dissertation, Oregon State University,


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Meter mooring off the coast of Oregon would lead to warming over the inner shelf of 35 +/- 5 degrees Celsius from May to September. The monthly climatology over these 5 months is a depth-average temperature of around 10 +/- 2 degrees Celsius, with no significant trend (warming or cooling) over the summer season.

Oregon II is a foot research vessel that recently celebrated 50 years of service with NOAA. The gold lettering you see here commemorates this honor. As we cross the gangway, our first stop is the well deck, where we can find equipment including the forecrane and winch used for the CTD and bongo nets.

-- fleischbein j (et al), ctd observations off oregon and california r/v wecona, weloc 83 legs ,6 JANUARY AND APRIL OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY () ().

The Trinidad Head Line. The Trinidad Head Line (THL) extends due west from Trinidad Head (°N; Figure 1) in northern California and is anchored at the coast by a shore station maintained by CeNCOOS and Humboldt State University at Trinidad THL is situated near the midpoint of what was then an extensive latitudinal gap in year-round ocean observing Author: Eric P.

Bjorkstedt, William T. Peterson. The physical oceanography off the central California coast during March and May-June, a summary of CTD data from larval and pelagic juvenile rockfish surveys.

U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC, La Jolla, CA. b) Cryosphere. One of the most sensitive regions to climate change is the ice cover there has decreased dramatically over the past 40 years particularly in late summer (Figure 3).

Arctic sea ice experiences a strong seasonal cycle. In late winter it covers about ×10 6 km 2 and decreases to about ×10 6 km 2 in late summer (Figure 4).). CalCOFI hydrographic data are the physical seawater properties measured over our 69+ year time-series.

Although CalCOFI has deployed a CTD-rosette since lateour primary time-series hydrographic database contains seawater measurements from discreet bottle sample -six CalCOFI stations sampled quarterly at ~20 bottle depths since. Map of the research area in the Guaymas Basin in the Gulf of California (CEC, ).

Symbols indicate CTD profile collection locations for all four cruises. n¼# of observations. myctophids off Oregon. Fish. Board Can. 29 (8), –Cited by: Temperature sections along the C-line over the shelf off Cabo Nazca, Peru from moored current meters, 18 March May and CTD observations, 5 March May / by K.H.

Brink, W.E. Gilbert, A. Huyer. All dive footage was recorded by the ROVs Tiburon and Doc Ricketts on the R/V Western Flyer and by the ROV Ventana on the R/V Point majority of MBARI's dive expeditions took place within the greater Monterey Bay area.

MBARI's Video Annotation and Reference System (VARS; Schlining and Stout, ) was queried for all “trash” annotations recorded in the Cited by: SungHyun Nam Scripps Institution of Oceanography University of California San Diego Gilman Drive La Jolla CAUSA Tel: () (office), () (mobile).

@article{osti_, title = {WindFloat Pacific Project, Final Scientific and Technical Report}, author = {Banister, Kevin}, abstractNote = {PPI’s WindFloat Pacific project (WFP) was an up to 30 MW floating offshore wind demonstration project proposed off the Coast of Oregon.

The project was to be sited approximately 18 miles due west of Coos Bay, in over ft. of water, and is. Observations of Internal Tides in the Pacific Ocean. Monterey Canyon cuts into the continental shelf off California, and is defined by its sinuous nature.

mooring off Oregon for May - July. Alan L Shanks R. Kipp Shearman On 4 sample dates in summervertically stratified zooplankton samples and oceanographic data were collected at 7 stations located from to 28 km from shore.

Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. George Hlavka; III. Scientific Contributions Near Shore Circulation in the California Current. Richard A. Schwartzlose and Joseph L. Reid. Zinc 65 and DDT Residues in Albacore Tuna Off Oregon in William G.

Pearcy and Robert R. NOAA Teacher at Sea. Daniel Rivera. Aboard the Ship R/V Fulmar. JulyMission: Water conductivity, temperature, and depth (CTD) readings; marine bird and mammal counts Geographical Area: Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries; Sonoma County Coast, Pacific Ocean Dates: July 18 Weather Data from the.

The model domain is centered on the CBLAST-Low observation area, and extends west–east from Narragansett Bay to the saddle of the Great South Channel, and north–south from Cape Cod to just beyond the m isobath at 40°30′N ().The southern open boundary is well within the typical summertime location of the shelf/slope front (Linder and Gawarkiewicz ; Lentz et Cited by: A compendium of physical observations from Joint-I: vertical sections of temperature, salinity and sigma-t from R/V GILLISS data and low-pass filtered measurements of wind and currents / by E.D.

Barton, R.D. Pillsbury and R.L. Smith. Corvallis, OR: School of Oceanography, Oregon State University, [] GCC84 no Jay A. Austin. Large Lakes Observatory/ Department of Physics. University of Minnesota, Duluth. Duluth, MN () (LLO) () (Campus) [email protected] Research Interests. Developing an understanding of circulation, transport, and air-sea interaction in the coastal zone.

Status of Blue Whales off California and Background on the Ship Strikes that Occurred in Date/Location: Tuesday 08 April ; - ETZ (SSMC-3, Room ; NMFS Office of Protected Resources seminar). In late an area of warm water known as “The Blob” appeared off the Oregon coast in the northwest Pacific.

The media, with the help of climate alarmists, immediately began making links to global warming, El Nino, and weather events such as the drought in Oregon.

The obsession and hysteria with human responsibility for all weather and.Herein, we show observations carried out by the underwater glider group at the University of Concepcion in the southern tip of the OMZ off central Chile and describe new observational initiatives using underwater gliders in the eastern South Pacific for the coming years.

MEASUREMENTS OF THE OXYGEN MINIMUM ZONE OFF CENTRAL CHILE.When the model results are compared with observations, we learn that we can predict the horizontal flow, vertical velocity and thermodynamic variables quite well in the upper 50 meters but substantial observed variability is not simulated in the lower layers.

D. R., and Johnson, W. R.,Vertical and cross-shelf flow in the coastal Cited by: 7.