The MILDEX cruise of October - November 1983 was a
multiship (including FLIP) experiment involving intensive
sampling of the ocean by a variety of instruments. The RV
Wecoma operated by Oregon State University College of
Oceanography sailed from Newport, Oregon on October 21 and
returned to San Diego, California on...
During 1971 the Department of Oceanography, Oregon State University,
continued its program of shore sampling of ocean temperatures and salinities
along the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Daily observations for six stations
are listed along with monthly maxima, minima, means and standard deviations
of temperature and salinity.
During 1970 the Department of Oceanography, Oregon State University,
continued its program of shore sampling of ocean temperatures and
salinities along the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Observations for 1960
through 1969 are contained in eight Data Reports which are listed under
references. The data in this report were collected...
Moored instrument records, drogue displacements, and hydrographic
observations are used in describing the coastal currents and
upwelling off Peru. The data were obtained over the continental shelf
near 15°S. during a two week study in late March and early April of
First order statistics and graphical representations of current...
Sea level and current data collected near Newport, Oregon are
compared to determine an empirical relationship from which the low
frequency (f < .1 cpd) alongshore current field over the continental
shelf is estimated from observed sea level measurements at the coast.
Regression analysis of the near-surface (20-25 m) currents...
Direct measurements of vertical water motions were made in
the Oregon coastal region during the 1972 summer upwelling season.
The instruments used were the Webb-Voorhis vertical current meters
which are freely drifting neutrally buoyant floats capable of sensing
vertical motion. It was found that in the region studied, water tended...