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  • Samelson, R. M. (American Meteorological Society, 1999-02)
    The vertical structure of coastal-trapped disturbances in several idealized models of a stably stratified lower atmosphere is examined. The vertical structure and phase speeds of the trapped modes depend on the resting ...
  • Zaneveld, J. Ronald; Kitchen, James C.; Mueller, James L. (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1993)
    A method for predicting oceanic productivity from remotely sensed diffuse attenuation (488 nm) and surface chlorophyll concentration is presented. The method uses a climatological approach which consists of applying a ...
  • Mote, Philip W.; Dunkerton, Timothy J.; McIntyre, Michael E.; Ray, Eric A.; Haynes, Peter H.; Russell, James M. (American Geophysical Union, 1998-04-27)
  • Nakamura, Reina; Mahrt, Larry (2006)
    The stable nocturnal boundary layer is commonly viewed or modelled as a balance between the temperature tendency (cooling) and vertical heat-flux divergence. Sometimes the radiative-flux divergence is also included. This ...
  • Egbert, Gary D.; Booker, John R.; Schultz, Adam (American Geophysical Union, 1992-10-10)
    Eleven years (1932-1942) of electric potential and magnetic measurement at the Tucson observatory represent a unique very long period magnetotelluric (MT) data set. We report here on a careful reanalysis of this data u ...
  • Egbert, Gary D.; Booker, John R. (American Geophysical Union, 1992-10-10)
  • Banta, Robert M.; Mahrt, Larry; Vicker, Dean; Sun, Jielun; Balsley, Ben B.; Pichugina, Yelena L.; Williams, Eric J. (American Meteorological Society, 2007-09)
    The light-wind, clear-sky, very stable boundary layer (vSBL) is characterized by large values of bulk Richardson number. The light winds produce weak shear, turbulence, and mixing, and resulting strong temperature grad ...
  • Filippi, Anthony M.; Carder, Kendall L.; Davis, Curtiss O. (American Geophysical Union, 2006-11-23)
    Ocean color remote-sensing systems require highly accurate calibration (<0.5%) for accurate retrieval of water properties. This accuracy is typically achieved by vicarious calibration which is done by comparing the atmos ...
  • Gao, Bo-Cai; Li, Rong-Rong; Lucke, Robert L.; Davis, Curtiss O.; Bevilacqua, Richard M.; Korwan, Daniel R.; Montes, Marcos J.; Bowles, Jeffrey H.; Corson, Michael R. (Optical Society of America, 2012-05-10)
    The Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean (HICO) presently onboard the International Space Station (ISS) is an imaging spectrometer designed for remote sensing of coastal waters. The instrument is not equipped with ...
  • Spinrad, Richard W.; Zaneveld, J. Ronald V.; Pak, Hasong (Optical Society of America, 1978-04-01)
    Narrow angle light scattering measurements were made for various sizes of spherical particles suspended in water. These were compared to calculated theoretical scattering values as derived from the theory of Mie (1908). ...
  • Gerz, Thomas; Howell, Jim; Mahrt, Larry (American Institute of Physics, 1994)
    This study addresses the relationship between thermal microfronts and coherent vortex structures in homogeneous turbulence. The turbulence is created by mean shear in a weakly stratified flow. The data set is generated b ...
  • Lee, ZhongPing; Casey, Brandon; Arnone, Robert; Weidemann, Alan; Parsons, Rost; Montes, Marcos J.; Gao, Bo-Cai; Goode, Wesley; Davis, Curtiss O.; Dye, Julie (Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, 2007-12-26)
    Hyperion is a hyperspectral sensor on board NASA’s EO-1 satellite with a spatial resolution of approximately 30 m and a swath width of about 7 km. It was originally designed for land applications, but its unique spectr ...
  • Washburn, Libe; Kadko, David C.; Jones, Burton H.; Hayward, Thomas; Kosro, P. Michael, 1951-; Stanton, Timothy P.; Ramp, Steve; Cowles, Timothy (American Geophysical Union, 1991-08-15)
    Observations during the Coastal Transition Zone (CTZ) experiment in summer 1988 reveal the presence of deep phytoplankton layers in a coastal upwelling system. The layers occur throughout the CTZ study area, including ...
  • Schofield, Oscar; Arnone, Robert A.; Bissett, W. Paul; Dickey, Tommy D.; Davis, Curtiss O.; Finkel, Zoe; Oliver, Matthew; Moline, Mark A. (Oceanography Society, 2004-06)
    See article for abstract.
  • Sallenger, Asbury H. Jr.; Holman, Robert A. (American Geophysical Union, 1985-11-20)
    Time series of flow were measured across the inner surf zone during a storm. These data were used to quantify the dependence of wave height (transformed from measured flow) and velocity on local slope and depth. Similar ...
  • Ruggiero, Peter; Holman, Robert A.; Beach, R. A. (American Geophysical Union, 2004)
    Because of highly dissipative conditions and strong alongshore gradients in foreshore beach morphology, wave run-up data collected along the central Oregon coast during February 1996 stand in contrast to run-up data cu ...
  • Senechal, Nadia; Coco, Giovanni; Bryan, Karin R.; Holman, Rob A. (American Geophysical Union, 2011-07-30)
    Video measurements of wave runup were collected during extreme storm conditions characterized by energetic long swells (peak period of 16.4 s and offshore height up to 6.4 m) impinging on steep foreshore beach slopes (0. ...
  • Howd, Peter A.; Oltman-Shay, Joan; Holman, Robert A. (American Geophysical Union, 1991)
    The wave-induced velocity field in the nearshore is composed of contributions from incident wind waves (f > 0.05 Hz), surface infragravity waves (f < 0.05 Hz, lkl < (σ²/gβ) and shear waves (f < 0.05 Hz, lkl > σ²/gβ), ...
  • Kirincich, Anthony R.; Lentz, Steven J.; Barth, John A. (American Meteorological Society, 2009-11)
    Recent work by S. Lentz et al. documents offshore transport in the inner shelf due to a wave-driven return flow associated with the Hasselmann wave stress (the Stokes–Coriolis force). This analysis is extended using ob ...
  • Freilich, M. H.; Chelton, D. B. (American Meteorological Society, 1986-04)
    Vector winds measured by the Seasat-A Satellite Scatterometer (SASS) are analyzed to determine the spatial structure of oceanic surface winds over wavelengths from 200 to 2200 km. The analysis is performed in four latitu ...

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