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  • Holman, R. A.; Bowen, A. J. (American Geophysical Union, 1984)
    Synchronous runup records were collected from 14 locations spaced irregularly over a 7 km stretch of a low-slope beach. The significant runup height, herein defined as the significant vertical excursion of water level ...
  • Dalrymple, G.J.; Unsowrth, Michael H. (1978)
    The construction of a directional radiometer for measuring longwave radiation from the atmosphere is described. The instrument had a filter of black polyethylene to exclude solar radiation, and the detector was a therm ...
  • Dalrymple, G.J.; Unsworth, Michael H. (1978)
    On cloudless days in summer, longwave irradiance was measured with a radiometer and was calculated from a radiation chart using records from radiosondes released at regular intervals. The results show that the chart un ...
  • Kappler, K. N.; Morrison, H. Frank; Egbert, G. D. (American Geophysical Union, 2010-04-09)
    Electric and magnetic fields in the (10−4–1.0) Hz band were monitored at two sites adjacent to the San Andreas Fault near Parkfield and Hollister, California, from 1995 to 2007. A data window (2002–2005), enclosing the ...
  • Fulton, P. M.; Brodsky, E. E.; Kano, Y.; Mori, J.; Chester, F.; Ishikawa, T.; Harris, R. N.; Lin, W.; Eguchi, N.; Toczko, S.; Expedition 343 Scientists; Expedition 343T Scientists; Expedition KR13-08 Scientists (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2013-12-06)
    The frictional resistance on a fault during slip controls earthquake dynamics. Friction dissipates heat during an earthquake; therefore the fault temperature after an earthquake provides insight into the level of frict ...
  • Grimshaw, R.; Allen, J. S. (American Meteorological Society, 1988-08)
    See article for abstract.
  • Long, Joseph W.; Ozkan-Hollar, Tuba (American Geophysical Union, 2009-08-08)
    The dynamics of vorticity motions forced by wave groups incident on an alongshore-uniform barred beach are analyzed. For both normally and obliquely incident wave groups, the potential vorticity and enstrophy equations ...
  • Giarolla, Emanuel; Matano, Ricardo P. (American Meteorological Society, 2013-08)
    Abstract: Long time series of sea surface height (SSH), sea surface temperature, and wind stress curl are used to determine the main modes of low-frequency variability of the Southern Ocean (SO) circulation. The dominant ...
  • Joshi, M. M.; Haberle, Robert M.; Barnes, Jeffrey R.; Murphy, J. R.; Schaeffer, J. (American Geophysical Union, 1997-03-25)
    Previous simulations of the Martian atmosphere have shown how topography acts to confine the low-level Hadley cell flow into intense jets on the eastern flanks of Tharsis and Syrtis Major. We now conduct detailed studies ...
  • Mahrt, L.; Vickers, Dean; Andreas, Edgar L. (American Meteorological Society, 2014-02)
    A Rutan Aircraft Factory Long-EZ aircraft flew numerous low-level slant soundings on two summer days in 2001 off the northeastern coast of the United States. The soundings are analyzed here to study the nonstationary v ...
  • Kohut, Edward J.; Nielsen, Roger L. (American Geophysical Union, 2003)
    See article for Abstract.
  • Moskalski, Susanne M.; Torres, Raymond; Bizimis, Michael; Goni, Miguel; Bergamaschi, Brian; Fleck, Jacob (Elsevier, 2013-02-16)
    Rain falling at or near low tide is capable of eroding and transporting cohesive sediment from intertidal areas. Given that metals adsorb strongly to silt- and clay-sized particles, it is conceivable that low-tide rainfa ...
  • Staudigel, Hubert; Moyer, Craig L.; Garcia, Michael O.; Malahoff, Alex; Clague, David A.; Koppers, Anthony A. P. (The Oceanography Society, 2010-03)
    Lō`ihi Seamount defines the volcanically active, leading edge in the Hawaiian hotspot chain. It is located on the submarine flank of Mauna Loa, 30 km south of the island of Hawai`i. Lō`ihi’s summit is at 975-m water ...
  • Samelson, Roger M. (European Geosciences Union, 2001)
    The dynamics of the growth of linear disturbances to a chaotic basic state is analyzed in an asymptotic model of weakly nonlinear, baroclinic wave-mean interaction. In this model, an ordinary differential equation for ...
  • Thurber, Rebecca Vega; Burkepile, Deron E.; Correa, Adrienne M. S.; Thurber, Andrew R.; Shantz, Andrew A.; Welsh, Rory; Pritchard, Catharine; Rosales, Stephanie (Public Library of Science, 2012-09-05)
    With the continued and unprecedented decline of coral reefs worldwide, evaluating the factors that contribute to coral demise is of critical importance. As coral cover declines, macroalgae are becoming more common on tro ...
  • Waldbusser, George G.; Marinelli, Roberta L. (Inter Research, 2006-04-13)
    ABSTRACT: Sedimentary habitats are complex associations of biotic, chemical, and physical processes comprising ‘ecosystem function’. The relative importance of these processes to biogeochemical cycling in highly reacti ...
  • Fretzdorff, Susanne; Worthington, Tim J.; Haase, Karsten M.; Hekinian, Roger; Franz, Leander; Keller, Randall A.; Stoffers, Peter (American Geophysical Union, 2004)
    Bransfield Basin is an actively extending marginal basin separating the inactive South Shetland arc from the northern Antarctic Peninsula. Rift-related volcanism is widespread throughout the central Bransfield Basin, but ...
  • Wannamaker, Philip E.; Booker, John R.; Filloux, Jean H.; Jones, Alan G.; Jiracek, George R.; Chave, Alan D.; Tarits, Pascal; Waff, Harve S.; Egbert, Gary D.; Young, Charles T.; Stodt, John A.; Martinez, Mario G.; Law, Lawrie K.; Yukutake, Takesi; Segawa, Jiro S.; White, Anthony; Green, A.W. (American Geophysical Union, 1989-10-10)
    A magnetotelluric (MT)transect has been obtained near latitude 45øN from the active Juan de Fuca Spreading center, across the subduction zone and Cascades volcanic arc, and into the back arc Deschutes Basin region. Thi ...
  • Rong, Yufang; Jackson, David D.; Magistrale, Harold; Goldfinger, Chris (Seismological Society of America, 2014-10)
    Maximum earthquake magnitude (m[subscript x]) is a critical parameter in seismic hazard and risk analysis. However, some recent large earthquakes have shown that most of the existing methods for estimating m[subscript ...
  • Falkner, Kelly; Measures, Chris I.; Herbelin, Sarah E.; Edmond, John M.; Weiss, Ray F. (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1991-05)
    A comprehensive, joint Soviet-American study of the chemistry of Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest (1,632 m) lake, was carried out in July 1988. In this paper, we report the major, minor, and preliminary trace element con ...

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