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On the momentum transfer at the sea surface. I. On the frictional force between air and water and on the occurrence of a laminar boundary layer next to the surface of the sea. II. Measurements of vertical gradient of wind over water. III. Transport of surface water due to the wind system over the North Atlantic Rossby, Carl-Gustaf; Montgomery, Raymond B. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1936-06)I. It is fairly generally assumed that the horizontal circulation of the ocean "troposphere" is maintained by the large scale permanent wind system of the atmosphere. Accurate knowledge of the tangential force exerted by ...
Churchill, James H. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1984-04)From 1974 through 1978 intensive measurements were made of the salinity, temperature and current structure of the waters within 12 km of the Southern Long Island coastline. The data were derived from two sources: a mooring ...
Itoh, Motoyo; Pickart, Robert S.; Kikuchi, Takashi; Fukamachi, Yasushi; Ohshima, Kay I.; Simizu, Daisuke; Arrigo, Kevin R.; Vagle, Svein; He, Jianfeng; Ashjian, Carin J.; Mathis, Jeremy T.; Nishino, Shigeto; Nobre, Carolina (Elsevier, 2015-04-25)Over the past few decades, sea ice retreat during summer has been enhanced in the Pacific sector of the Arctic basin, likely due in part to increasing summertime heat flux of Pacific-origin water from the Bering Strait. ...