Buzzards Bay bibliography : a reference collection of scientific and technical reports published on Buzzards Bay
Tripp, Bruce W.
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The Coastal Research Center of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has initiated a series of WHOI/CRC Technical Reports in order to make information generated by CRC-associated researchers available as rapidly as possible to the coastal community. Buzzards Bay is an important segment of the Massachusetts coast and has been studied by Woods Hole scientists and others for decades. However, only a few systematic studies have been completed. Increasing development pressure in this heavily used area has been followed by an increasing demand for more complete information on coastal environmental quality. In an effort to fill this information gap, and to foster understanding of fundamental processes operative in coastal areas in general, multi-disciplinary research is being pursued in Buzzards Bay. As the results of this become available, this information will be published in the CRC Technical Report Series.
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Rosenfeld, Leslie K.; Signell, Richard P.; Gawarkiewicz, Glen G. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1984-02)A series of four hydrographic cruises at three-month intervals was undertaken in Buzzards Bay in 1982-83. Buzzards Bay is located on the southern coast of Massachusetts, west of Cape Cod. Listings and vertical profiles ...
Liu, Chang; Cowles, Geoffrey W.; Churchill, James H.; Stokesbury, Kevin D. E. (2015-06)The harvest of bay scallops (Argopecten irradians) from Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, USA undergoes large interannual fluctuations, varying by more than an order of magnitude in successive years. To investigate the extent ...
Fine-grained sediment and industrial waste distribution and dispersal in New Bedford Harbor and Western Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts Summerhayes, Colin P.; Ellis, Jeffrey P.; Stoffers, Peter; Briggs, Scott R.; Fitzgerald, Michael G. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1977-04)New Bedford Harbor and its approaches form the estuary of the Acushnet River in southeastern Massachusetts. The estuary is weakly stratified and only partially mixed because river discharge is very small. It appears to ...