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THE DYNAMIC METHOD IN OCEANOGRAPHY

The Dynamic Method in Oceanography
 
 Author(s)                

L. M. Fomin
 Publisher
Elsevier Science
 Date
1964
 Pages
212
 Format
pdf
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8.1 Mb

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   This book is an attempt to justify the dynamic method theoretically and to elucidate the nature of currents computed by it. The accuracy of dynamic computations and the critical importance of the depth of the reference surface are examined. The structure of the gradient component of the velocity of a wind-driven current, the principal component computed by the dynamic method, is analyzed and a method is proposed for determining the depth below which the water density field does not noticeably affect the velocity of the gradient current. A special chapter is devoted to a critical review of methods for determining the "zero" surface. The main practical procedures for computing currents by the dynamic method under complex conditions, such as in shallow areas and with a non-horizontal "zero" surface, are examined. All the major results are illustrated in the last chapter, where a dynamic chart of the surface of the northwestern Pacific is constructed.
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