This report documents the observations of velocity, temperature and conductivity made in the
Mid-Atlantic Bight region of the NW Atlantic Ocean during the Synthetic Aperture Sonar (SAS)
Primer experiment. The primary data were obtained from instruments moored in 70 in of water
near 40° 30' N, 70° 30' W, from...
This report presents time series measurements of velocity, temperature and conductivity made during the Lead Experiment (LEADEX). These observations were made in the Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean, in the vicinity of 73°N, 144°W, during March-April 1992. Month-long observations at the base camp were made between the surface and 400 m...
This report presents moored observations of velocity, temperature, and conductivity
made at the "0" Camp during CEAREX (Coordinated Eastern Arctic Experiment).
The measurements were made in the Arctic Ocean, near 83 ON and 5 ° to 11 °E, from
sensors suspended below the ice during March-April 1989.
This report presents observations from moorings of temperature, conductivity
and pressure, made during the Arctic Internal Wave Experiment (AIWEX)
in March-April 1985.
The purpose of the temperature and conductivity measurements was to
provide time series from which inferences could be made about the vertical
displacement of the internal waves.
The portion of the Oregon coast extending from Cape Blanco south into California has long been recognized as a distinct physiographic region, with probable ramifications for prehistoric subsistence and settlement patterns. Several researchers have proposed models outlining a greater reliance upon marine/littoral resources among groups within this region, while more...
This report documents oceanographic and meteorological measurements made from instruments deployed on four moorings over the continental shelf west of Oregon, from spring through
summer, 1999. These moorings were a component of an observational and numerical modeling program to study the response of the coastal ocean to wind forcing.
This report documents the observations of velocity, temperature and conductivity made from two moorings deployed in the Kauai Channel on the ridge extending NW from Oahu, Hawaii. The moorings were deployed in November 2000 for two months as part of the Hawaii Ocean Mixing Experiment (HOME) Survey Program.
This report presents observations from a single mooring of velocity, temperature, conductivity, and pressure, made as part of the Ocean Storms experiment, conducted in the N.E. Pacific Ocean (47° 25.4' N, 139° 17.8' W) from August 1987 to June 1988. The mooring contained a total of 14 current meters, 4...
The purpose of this study is to develop an analytical framework for identifying and evaluating conditions that precipitate currency devaluation like those experienced by Mexico in 1994. This study develops a framework of financial and macroenvironmental indicators that point to potential currency devaluation in the future. Some of these indicators...