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Variability of temerature and salinity in the middle Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Available from National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Robert L. Benway ... [et al.].|
|Series||NOAA technical report NMFS -- 112.|
|Contributions||Benway, Robert L., United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
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Get this from a library. Variability of temperature and salinity in the middle Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine. [Robert L Benway; United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.;] Get this from a library.
Variability of temperature and salinity in the Middle Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine based on data collected as part of the MARMAP Ships of Opportunity Program, [Jack W Jossi; Robert L Benway; Northeast Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)] Variability of temperature and salinity in the Middle Atlantic Bight and Gulf of Maine based on data collected as part of the MARMAP Ships of Opportunity Program, – NOAA Technical  The seasonal and interannual variability in the temperature, salinity, and volume of Shelf Water (SHW) in the Middle Atlantic Bight (MAB) is described for the period – Hydrographic variability and dynamics in the Gulf of Maine are examined through the investigation of δ 18 O w and salinity properties of coastal surface waters.
Data from Gulf of Maine waters sampled over a decade, from toincluding a suite of samples that were collected monthly from April to Marchare :// Description of the shelfbreak front in the Middle Atlantic Bight is hampered by the extreme variability of the front.
In order to gain more insight into the mean frontal structure and associated Interdecadal variability in the Gulf of Maine zooplankton community, with poten- tial impacts on fish recruitment.
e ICES Journal of Marine Science, e and the Mid-Atlantic Bight Li, Y. () Investigation of the Alexandrium fundyense Bloom in the Gulf of Maine: In Situ Observations and Numerical Modeling. NCSU Master's Thesis (R. He as the major advisor). Miles, T. () Characterizing the South Atlantic Bight Seasonal Variability and Cold-Water Event in Using a Daily Cloud-Free SST and Chlorophyll The polar seas (high latitude) can be as cold as -2 degrees Celsius ( degrees Fahrenheit) while the Persian Gulf (low latitude) can be as warm as 36 degrees Celsius ( degrees Fahrenheit).
Ocean water, with an average salinity of 35 psu, freezes at degrees Celsius ( degrees Fahrenheit). That means at high latitudes sea ice can 2 days ago Differences in water density, resulting from the variability of water temperature (thermo) and salinity (haline), also cause ocean currents.
This process is known as thermohaline circulation. In cold regions, such as the North Atlantic Ocean, ocean water loses heat Seasonal seawater optical properties of the U.S. Middle Atlantic Bight Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres (C10), October with Reads Seasonal variability in Gulf of Maine SST and salinity was particularly obvious when cruise statistics were calculated.
Based on the standard errors of the individual cruise means, SST and salinity varied substantially through the season, while density did not vary markedly (Fig. 2, Abstract. The north-eastern continental shelf of North America, which includes the Middle Atlantic Bight, Georges Bank, the Gulf of Maine, and the Scotian Shelf (Fig.
), encompasses habitat for many pelagic and demersal species and some of the most productive fishing grounds in the North-west Atlantic :// But that difference was relatively short lived, as there was an influx into the Gulf of Maine of higher salinity, nutrient rich water during the last two cruises in (Fig.
21). The T-S diagram in Figure 21 includes all the northern Gulf of Maine stations sampled on the four cruises in Those plots illustrate nicely a couple points Sincesurface nutrients have been observed in the Gulf of Maine, on a semi-monthly to monthly frequency between late spring and early autumn, as part of the Gulf of Maine North Atlantic Time Series (GNATS: Balch et al., ).
This time series is derived from samples collected at 1–2 m along a transect between Portland, Maine and The Gulf of Maine is a semi-enclosed continental shelf sea partially isolated from the open NW Atlantic by Georges and Browns Banks ().Oceanographic research in the Gulf has enjoyed a rich history, especially since the pioneering work of Henry Bryant Bigelow in the early part of the last century (Bigelow,Bigelow, ; Bigelow et al., ), and interest continues today stimulated in The Gulf of Maine is undergoing rapid environmental and ecological changes, yet our spatial and temporal understanding of the climatic and hydrographic variability in this region, including extreme events, is limited and biased to recent decades.
In this study, we utilize a highly replicated, multi-century master shell growth chronology derived from the annual increments formed in the shells The Scotian Shelf is located at the junction of the North Atlantic subpolar and subtropical gyres and is downstream from the outflow of the Gulf of St.
Lawrence via the Cabot Strait (Loder et al., ) ().The shelf-scale circulation is dominated by the Nova Scotia Current, which flows to the southwest roughly parallel to the coast, and by an extension of the Labrador Current which flows along The SST typically varies from 12°C along the northern coastline to 14°C in the center of the Gulf.
During the summer, the freshwater influence is confined to a small bay eastward from the Isonzo river mouth and to a strip along the northern coastline while the rest of the Gulf shows salinity of ∼ Hoese and Moore and McEachran and Fechhelm documented 1, finfish species in families in the Gulf of Mexico.A representative subset of key families of finfish were evaluated for their distribution and habitat needs in the Gulf of Mexico (Table ).Finfish families with high to medium importance to commercial and recreational fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico were identified (Table ).
Beginning inthe Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) enabled an open-access network of distributed sensors and linked computer models through the SURA Coastal Ocean Observing and Predicting (SCOOP) program.
The goal was to support collaborations among universities, government, and industry to advance integrated observation and modeling :// For a review of coastal ocean observing off the U.S.
East Coast in the Middle Atlantic Bight, see Beardsley and Boicourt (). Bigelow () used velocity estimates and surface water samples to map surface circulation and salinity from the Middle Atlantic Bight to the Gulf of Maine.
He showed the strong, continuous Gulf Stream offshore and 14 Conceptual Models. Description: Conceptual models for the New England (Georges Bank and Gulf of Maine) and Mid-Atlantic regions of the Northeast US Large Marine Ecosystem.
Found in: State of the Ecosystem - Gulf of Maine & Georges Bank (,), State of the Ecosystem - Mid-Atlantic (,). Indicator category: Synthesis of published information, Extensive