New England salt pond data book
Giblin, Anne E.
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This volume contains information on New England salt ponds and lagoons. The first part contains abstracts of a symposium on salt ponds and lagoons held in conjunction with the New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS) on April 21, 1988. These should provide both scientists and managers with an overview of recent research on salt ponds. The second part contains maps, morphometric data, and references for individual salt ponds in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. The third section is a comprehensive bibliography of papers and reports on salt ponds, including information on ponds located outside of New England. A listing of references organized according to topic areas is also provided.
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A large-amplitude meander of the shelfbreak front during summer south of New England : observations from the Shelfbreak PRIMER experiment Gawarkiewicz, Glen G.; Brink, Kenneth H.; Bahr, Frank B.; Beardsley, Robert C.; Caruso, Michael J.; Lynch, James F.; Chiu, Ching-Sang (American Geophysical Union, 2004-03-04)In order to examine spatial and temporal variability of the shelfbreak front during peak stratification, repeated surveys using a towed undulating vehicle (SeaSoar) are used to describe the evolution of shelfbreak frontal ...
Analysis of apparent optical properties and ocean color models using measurements of seawater constituents in New England continental shelf surface waters Green, Rebecca E.; Sosik, Heidi M. (American Geophysical Union, 2004-03-17)We used budgets of absorption (a), scattering (b), and backscattering (bb) for particles and chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) to investigate sources of seasonal variations in apparent optical properties (AOPs) ...
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