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Abstract Time series of one‐ and three‐month long current meter records in the Strait of Georgia were analyzed to determine the vertical and horizontal spatial structure of the low‐frequency fluctuations. From a cross‐spectral analysis of the data from two current meters from one station on the...
Abstract The paper discusses the possibility of extracting electrical energy from the thermal energy stored in stratified lakes. Three situations are examined, an open lake or pond acting as a solar collector, a combination of waste heat and solar energy, and selective withdrawal of warm and...
Abstract On day 245 of GATE (2 September 1974) two lines of convection ‐ north (N) and south (S) ‐ were studied by aircraft stacked vertically, patrolling a north‐south line at longitude 22.85° W of length about 200 km. These lines were part of a complex of convection related to an easterly...
Abstract Monthly averages of water temperature, salinity, and density anomaly at 11 depths between 10 and 1500 m, at Ocean Weather Ship Bravo (56°30'N, 51°00'W), between 1964 and 1974 are presented. Near‐surface salinity values between 1967 and 1971 were significantly lower than those between...
Abstract In a series of 5‐day forecasts with a 3‐layer/2.8° hemispheric model, horizontal diffusion schemes of the second and fourth degree are compared with a numericalfilter technique. The results, which are discussed mainly in terms of spectral energetics in zonal wavenumber space, indicate...
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