CTD/O measurements during 1984 and 1985 as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies (EPOCS)

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Statement L.J. Mangum, J.M. Lynch, S.P. Hayes. Series NOAA data report ERL PMEL -- 18., Contribution no. 968 from NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Contribution (Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)) -- no. 968. Contributions Lynch, J. M., Hayes, S. P., Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (U.S.) Pagination v, 341 p. : Open Library OL15296930M

CTD/02 MEASUREMENTS DURING AND AS PART OF THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC OCEAN CLIMATE STUDIES (EPOCS) L.J. Mangum J.M. Lynch S.P. Hayes ABSTRACT. During andCTD data were collected in the eastern equatorial Pacific as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies (EPOCS) program, which began its field program in Get this from a library.

CTD/O₂ measurements during and as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies (EPOCS). [L J Mangum; J M Lynch; S P Hayes; Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)].

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Lynch, L.J. Mangum, and S.P. Hayes ABSTRACT. DuringCTD data were collected in the eastern equatorial Pacific as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies (EPOCS) program, which began its field program in   New production in the equatorial Pacific Pacific" and "Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies" (EPOCS).

They were made after the El Nifio at locations shown in Fig. The equatorial Pacific began recovery from E1 Nifio in Julyand by the December cruise, conditions were essentially normal.

øW was initiated in May as part of the Tropical Ocean-Global Atmosphere program. Located between regions of warm (cold) sea surface temperature in the western (eastern) equatorial Pacific, this west central region exhibits large interannual variations in surface wind stress associated with the E1 Nifio-Southern Oscillation.

CTD/0 2 measurements during the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Study (EPOCS) in NOAA Data Report ERL PMEL-1, pp. Sadler, J.C. and B. Kilonsky, Meteorological events during evolution of positive SST anomalies in the equatorial Pacific in Tropical Ocean-Atmos.

Newsletter, 16, UNESCO, Hydrographic and direct current measurements were made north and east Papua New Guinea in June–August and January–February as part of the Western Equatorial Pacific Ocean. I. INTRODUCTION FOUR inverted echo sounders were deployed in the eastern Pacific in an array around the Galapagos Islands, from November to May as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Study (EPOCS).

Three instruments, at 3,95, 3,85 and 2,85 (Fig. 1), gave successful records; the fourth (3,95) was lost. Legeckis, R.,Long waves in the equatorial Pacific and Atlantic Oceans duringOcean-Air Interactions – Google Scholar Lukas, R.,The termination of the equatorial undercurrent in the Eastern pacific, Progress in Oceanography –   The partial pressure of CO 2 gas in surface seawater (pCO 2 sea) and in the atmosphere (pCO 2 air) was continually measured in the equatorial Pacific Ocean during two US JGOFS cruises in Time-series measurements at the equator and °W show that the pCO 2 of surface seawater varied by 30 μatm during the 2 week period of the experiment with a diurnal variation of close to 8 μatm.

CTD. A CTD is so named as it measures Conductivity, Temperature and Depth. These parameters can then be used to calculate salinity and density. There are a variety of CTD’s within the OOI program with unique capabilities. -- kdhsiek wr c02 laser scintillometer for c2n measurements over a many kilometer fpah () uceanograhy and ice siudies -- mangum l j (et al), ctd/02 measurements during and as part (f the equatorial pacific ocean climate studies (epocs) () The first long-term, near equatorial, near surface moored current measurements recorded in the Pacific Ocean west of deg W were made at 0 deg, deg E during August 2, to February 1, The measurements were made in December as part of the Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Response Experiment in the western equatorial Pacific (2°S, °E).

Measurements. Upper-ocean horizontal velocity and divergence were estimated from shipboard observations taken from in the equatorial Pacific between degreesW and 95 degreesW.

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() Size classes and major taxonomic groups of phytoplankton at two locations in the subarctic Pacific Ocean in May and August, Marine Biology, 97, Booth B. C., J. Lewin and C. Lorenzen () Spring and summer growth rates of subarctic Pacific phytoplankton assemblages determined from carbon uptake and cell.

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() The diurnal cycle of sea surface temperature in the Western equatorial Pacific. Toga Notes, 2, Lukas R. and E. Lindstrom () The mixed layer of the western equatorial Pacific Ocean. Early Measurements (From ) On Captain James Cook's second voyage (–), water samples were obtained from the subsurface Southern Ocean and it was found that surface waters were colder than waters at fathoms (~ m) [Cook, ].These measurements, although not very accurate, are among the first instances of oceanographic profile data recorded and preserved.

In agreement with these findings, sensitivity studies with simple linear models, forced with and without Rossby forcing, indicate that the wind (eastern boundary reflection) is actually responsible for the propagation of Rossby waves in the western (eastern) half of the equatorial Pacific basin during – [see Delcroix et al., Ctd Measurements During And As Part Of The Global Ocean-Atmosphere-Land System (goals)/pan American Climate Studies (pacs) Cached.

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The dominant circulation patterns in the interior of the equatorial Pacific Ocean are primarily zonal, including the westward-flowing North and South Equatorial Currents (NEC and SEC, respectively), as well as the eastward-flowing North Equatorial Countercurrent (NECC) and Equatorial Undercurrent (e.g., Tomczak and Godfrey ).Masked by these zonal flows are meridional.

McTaggart, K.E., and L. Mangum (): CTD/O 2 measurements during and as part of the Equatorial Pacific Ocean Climate Studies (EPOCS). NOAA Data Report ERL PMEL, NTIS: PB, pp. [PDF Version].

Equatorial currents that are part of the subtropical gyres flow ___. Equatorial counter currents between the gyres flow ___. Winds moving westward in the South Pacific drive ocean currents toward the west; deep water rises to replace water driven westward.

During a strong El NiÃ±o event, the news media might be expected to cover. The Pacific South Equatorial Current, flowing approximately between latitude 5° N and 15°–20° S, is propelled westward by the Southeast Trade Winds to about longitude ° E.

There it splits, part turning north to blend with the countercurrent and the rest veering south to become the East Australian Current and a flow passing east of New Zealand. Furthermore, extensive pCO 2 measurements conducted over the entire equatorial Pacific during the s as part of the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study showed that during the strong El Niño events, pCO $$_{2}^{\text{sw}}$$ increased in the western equatorial Pacific but decreased to the near-equilibrium values in the central and eastern.

Moum and Farmer [] observed wave propagation speeds of ms −1 to ms −1 with amplitudes of 40m over the continental shelf off Oregon's coast, and Pinkel et al. [] reported waves. Other studies based on historical CTD profiles have shed light on the variability of the BL at the ENSO time scale.

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Ando and McPhaden analyzed changes in the equatorial Pacific Ocean from toand Delcroix and McPhaden focused on changes in the WP region from to Weller, R. A. and S. P. Anderson () Surface meteorology and air-sea fluxes in the western equatorial Pacific warm pool during the TOGA coupled ocean-atmosphere response experiment.

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