Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-September 1996

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Oregon State University, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences , Corvallis, OR
Ocean temperature -- Mid-Atlantic Bight -- Observations., Salinity -- Mid-Atlantic Bight -- Observations., Ocean currents -- Mid-Atlantic Bight -- Observat
Other titlesSynthetic aperture sonar primer and coastal mixing & optics programs.
StatementTimothy Boyd, Murray D. Levine, Steve R. Gard.
SeriesData report / Oregon State University, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences -- 164., Reference / Oregon State University, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences -- 97-2., Data report (Oregon State University. College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences) -- 164., Reference (Oregon State University. College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences) -- 97-2.
ContributionsLevine, Murray D., Gard, Steve R., Oregon State University. College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences.
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Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-September subsurface mooring. Temperature observations from sensors at the same depth on horizontally separated mooring are also shown. These data are presented as both low-pass filtered and unfiltered time series.

Time is given as day of year in all of the time series plots Cited by: 4. Mooring Observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight July-September Synthetic Aperture Sonar Primer and Coastal Mixing & Optics Programs Timothy Boyd Murray D.

Levine Steve R. Gard Oregon State University College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences Ocean Admin Bldg Corvallis, OR Sponsor: Office of Naval Research Grant: N   3.

Model configuration and data assimilation. The ROMS configuration used here spans the Mid-Atlantic Bight and the Gulf of Maine, as illustrated in Fig. 1, and three layers of nesting were outer-most domain, G1, has a horizontal resolution ∼ 7 km and 40 terrain-following levels stretched so that the thickness of the surface-most layers is in the range – m and – Author: Julia Levin, Hernan G.

Arango, Bruce Laughlin, Elias Hunter, John Wilkin, Andrew M. Moore. Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight. Sep ; T., M. Levine and S. Gard, Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-SeptemberSynthetic Aperture Sonar.

The moorings were deployed on the shelf in 70 m of water on 9 July and recovered about 3 months later on 26 Sept Almost all of the instruments functioned properly, recording data every 2 minutes.

A data report has been published (Boyd, Levine, and Gard, ) and a CD containing converted data has been released. 1. Introduction. Mean southward transport over the Middle Atlantic Bight (MAB) shelf and slope transports relatively fresh cold water towards Cape Hatteras, NC, throughout the year (Chapman and Beardsley,Lentz, ).Shelf edge exchanges between the outer shelf and the open ocean occur within and across the MAB shelf break front (SBF) all along the MAB, and have important.

Arthur moved over the Mid‐Atlantic Bight (MAB) on 4 Julyafter making landfall in North Carolina and re‐entering the North Atlantic (Figure 1). Arthur attained a maximum sustained wind (MSW) of over 40 m s −1 at 10 m above the sea surface just before its reentry to MAB (Figure 1 b).

tions from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-SeptemberRef. Data reportOregon State University. Briscoe, M.G., Preliminary results from the tri-moored. Mooring of vessels during load-outs and installation operations. Where GL Noble Denton is acting as a consultant rather than a Warranty Surveyor, these Guidelines may also be applied as a guide to good practice.

Description Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-September 1996 FB2

This document is not intended to apply to “standard”, temporary moorings such as. The Mid-Atlantic Bight experiment consisted of two cruises - a summer cruise (19 July to 9 August ) and winter cruise (09 February to 27 February ).

The summer and winter cruises were proposed to compare summertime and wintertime variation of the shelf break fronts. The design of a surface mooring for deployment in the Gulf Stream in the Mid-Atlantic Bight is described. The authors' goals were to observe the surface meteorology; upper-ocean variability; and air–sea exchanges of heat, freshwater, and momentum in and near the Gulf Stream during two successive 1-yr deployments.

Steven J. Lentz, Observations and a Model of the Mean Circulation over the Middle Atlantic Bight Continental Shelf, Journal of Physical Oceanography, /JPO, 38, 6. Mooring incidents continue to take a horrific toll on seafarers.

As the UK’s MAIB report on its latest investigation into a mooring incident aboard Freemantle Express, oversights big and small lead to devastating consequences. Mooring injuries come in two varieties – severe and fatal.

In the case of Freemantle Express it was fatal, an OS lost his life. Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Vol Issue MARACOOS Network Observations: Hurricane Irene NDBC Winds. Thermocline Depth.

NDBC Waves Bottom Orbital Velocity. Surface Temp. Max S.D. w Depth.

Details Mooring observations from the Mid-Atlantic Bight, July-September 1996 FB2

Max S.D. w Glider, CODAR & Calculated Bottom Currents. Glider RU16 WRF Model Run: SST Update 27// 28// Regional Observatory Mid-Atlantic Bight. Remote Observatory - Antarctic. Each mooring comprised a thermistor string and a bottom‐mounted ADCP. Thermistors were placed every m in the vertical at COOL‐1, and every 1 m at COOL‐2 through COOL‐5.

COOL‐1 was deployed alongside the LEO Node ADCP. COOL‐6 was a bio‐optical mooring [Chang et al., ]. These instruments did not telemeter data, and did not. Observation impacts on the Mid-Atlantic Bight front and cross-shelf transport in 4D-Var ocean state estimates: Part I -Multiplatform analysis Inversion of the Coupled Ocean.

MOP primarily focuses on mooring large, ocean-going vessels at relatively protected locations, although the basic principles are applicable to small craft and more exposed locations. Designers of port and harbor facilities, as well as owners and managers, will welcome this compact reference to mooring analysis and safe, efficient, fixed.

4 A Brief Introduction to Important Vessel Mooring Techniques Mooring is a procedure to make fast the ship with a fixed or a floating object (Jetty, pier, ship, barge, buoy etc.) to held them together for various cargo operations.

In other words- securing or confining of vessel in a particular location. The mooring operation demands a high. A recent study by Wu et al.

examined the effects of surface cooling along the mid-Atlantic Bight in the formation of DSWCs but was limited to a 2-D cross-sectional transect. Surface heat flux generally changes on two major time scales: day/night and the seasonal cycle.

This book gives seafarers general guidance on how to stay safe when mooring a ship. It is written in an easy-to-understand style for seafarers worldwide.

More detailed technical information on the design and maintenance of mooring systems is in OCIMF’s Mooring Equipment Guidelines, Fourth Edition (MEG4).

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Overall activity steadily grew until it reached a peak inwhen there were nearlyvisits,page views, and one and a half. Each mooring also contained up to two Sea-Bird MicroCATs (SBE SMP), located near the upper and lower extents of the moorings, which measured salinity and pressure as well as temperature.

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July Conducting monthly Hydrographic surveys at the Chesapeake Bay Mouth as part of. Total length (mm) and sex (White, ) were recorded.

Only tautog > mm TL were tagged ultrasonically. This minimum size increased the odds of transmitters weighing less than % of fish body weight in water (Winter, ), based on size-weight relationships for tautog in Virginia (Hostetter and Munroe, ; White, ).

Conservation moorings are likely to cost more than conventional moorings in terms of upfront costs, but may be more economical over the lifetime of a mooring.

Conservation moorings appear to cause minimal impacts to eelgrass beds. A mooring is any permanent structure to which a vessel may be secured. Examples include quays, wharfs, jetties, piers, anchor buoys, and mooring buoys.A ship is secured to a mooring to forestall free movement of the ship on the water.

An anchor mooring fixes a vessel's position relative to a point on the bottom of a waterway without connecting the vessel to shore.History of the Moorings.

Construction of The Moorings transformed acres of mangrove swamp into a beautiful waterfront development comprised of 19 diverse communities. The father of Leonor Lobo-de-Gonzalez purchased the land in Leonor and her husband, Jorge Gonzalez, moved to the property in with Jorge heading and using the soil.Initially, the fish remained in the Gulf of Maine until mid-October, and then moved south to the Mid-Atlantic Bight.

This individual stayed in a narrow longitudinal band along the mid-Atlantic shelf region throughoutthe only exception being a brief excursion south in .