Statistics of nonlinear internal waves during the Shallow Water 2006 Experiment
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KeywordGeographic location/entity; Continental shelf/slope; North America; Observational techniques and algorithms; Data processing; In situ oceanic observations; Sampling; Mathematical and statistical techniques; Statistics
During the Shallow Water Acoustic Experiment 2006 (SW06) conducted on the New Jersey continental shelf in the summer of 2006, detailed measurements of the ocean environment were made along a fixed reference track that was parallel to the continental shelf. The time-varying environment induced by nonlinear internal waves (NLIWs) was recorded by an array of moored thermistor chains and by X-band radars from the attending research vessels. Using a mapping technique, the three-dimensional (3D) temperature field for over a month of NLIW events is reconstructed and analyzed to provide a statistical summary of important NLIW parameters, such as the NLIW propagation speed, direction, and amplitude. The results in this paper can be used as a database for studying the NLIW generation, propagation, and fidelity of nonlinear internal wave models.
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Suggested CitationArticle: Badiey, Mohsen, Wan, Lin, Lynch, James F., "Statistics of nonlinear internal waves during the Shallow Water 2006 Experiment", Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 33 (2016): 839-846, DOI:10.1175/JTECH-D-15-0221.1, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8073
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