This paper looks into the participants in Black Lives Matter-related communication on the social media app TikTok and the content they posted. Using grounded theory, the information gathered from Black Lives Matter TikTok videos was analyzed to determine the goals of the content creators, as well as the feasibility of...
This studies the participants in Black Lives Matter-related communication on the social media app TikTok and the content they posted. Using grounded theory, the information gathered from Black Lives Matter TikTok videos was analyzed to determine the goals of the content creators, as well as the feasibility of community dialogue...
The northern California Current System is impacted by two primary freshwater
sources: the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Columbia River. The Columbia is frequently
bidirectional in summer, with branches both north and south of the river mouth
simultaneously. We describe the interaction of these two warm Columbia plumes...
Moored observations are used to investigate the seasonal change in vertical structure of the cross-shelf
circulation at a midshelf location in the northern California Current System. A streamwise–normal coordinate
system is employed to eliminate meander- and eddy-induced biases in the cross-shelf flow that are unaccounted
for with an alternative, commonly...
Concentrations of domoic acid (DA) above the regulatory limit in Washington coast razor clams are usually higher on northern beaches from summer to fall. Recent field studies have confirmed that the primary source of toxic Pseudo-nitzschia (PN) cells in those seasons is a semi-retentive topographically trapped seasonal eddy located offshore...
Realistic hindcast of the Columbia River estuarine-plume-shelf circulation in summer
2004 using the Regional Ocean Modeling System nested within the Navy Coastal Ocean
Model (NCOM) is quantitatively evaluated with an extensive set of observations. The
model has about equal skill at tidal and subtidal properties. Tidal circulation and water
In 2005, the onset of spring conditions in the physics
of the coastal ocean (lowered sea level, spin-up of
vertically-sheared equatorward coastal jet) came about 50
days later than average off Newport Oregon, on May 24.
There was a further delay of 50 days before the subsurface
upwelled water penetrated...
Current observations over the continental shelf at locations off central Oregon and southern Washington
had the period from July 18 to September 18, 1972, in common. Low-frequency fluctuations (less than
one cycle per day) in the currents are compared by means of visual display, linear regression, and spectral
River Influences on Shelf Ecosystems (RISE) is the first comprehensive
interdisciplinary study of the rates and dynamics governing the mixing of river and coastal
waters in an eastern boundary current system, as well as the effects of the resultant plume
on phytoplankton standing stocks, growth and grazing rates, and community...