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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 ...
Oxygen and hydrogen isotope fractionation in serpentine–water and talc–water systems from 250 to 450°C, 50 MPa Saccocia, Peter J.; Seewald, Jeffrey S.; Shanks, Wayne C. (2009-07-21)Oxygen and hydrogen isotope fractionation factors in the talc-water and serpentine-water systems have been determined by laboratory experiment from 250 to 450°C at 50 MPa using the partial exchange technique. Talc was ...
Precession-driven changes in Iceland–Scotland Overflow Water penetration and bottom water circulation on Gardar Drift since ~ 200 ka Elmore, Aurora C.; Wright, James D.; Chalk, Thomas B. (2015-09-21)Benthic foraminiferal stable isotopic records from a transect of sediment cores south of the Iceland-Scotland Ridge reveal that the penetration depth of Iceland-Scotland Overflow Water (ISOW) varied on orbital timescales ...