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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic examine Series.
The association and creation of Antarctic Oceanology II: The Australian-New Zealand Sector have been influenced with numerous issues in brain. it's noticeable that the price of any clinical contribution treating a selected geographical sector is vastly improved while the person paintings is compiled and offered with different contributions that reflect on the medical difficulties of a similar sector from various methods. there isn't any doubt that the aptitude price of a collective quantity a long way exceeds that of anybody contributions. hence this geographical technique, which has been effectively utilized in many books, has additionally been utilized in this quantity of the Antarctic learn sequence. in addition, the contributions during this quantity have benefited from one vital and essentially assorted place to begin, the learn software of the USNS Eltanin. a wide component of marine geologic, marine geophysical, and oceanographic information for this quarter of the sea south of Australia and New Zealand has been accumulated concurrently aboard the Eltanin, the antarctic learn vessel of the nationwide technological know-how beginning. many of the Eltanin cruises spanning the interval of the final 2-3 years were dedicated to reconnaissance surveying of this sector. The surveys were multidisciplinary through layout, and the send tracks were systematically laid out as a part of an over-all plan to survey the total circumpolar ocean surrounding the antarctic continent
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Gibbs puted total (sensibleplus latent) heat loss by the , referringto the first group,pointedto the ocean (575 w m -a occurred with the south-south- probable role of the antarcticconvergence in produc- westerlygalesof July 22, 1969,southof Tasmania. The largest negativeheat fluxes (air warming the sea), exceptingthe occasions with offshorewindsnear the Australiancoastline in summer,occurredmostly between50ø and 55øS with northerlyor northwesterly winds. The extremenegativesensibleheat flux computedwas -70 w m-2, and the extremenegativelatent heat flux was -45 w m-2.
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Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Antarctica Oceanology II: The Australian—New Zealand Sector 32 JOHN W. Vol. - , Time section plot PPP 1DO Ts-- Ta Sensible heat flux 50 •X- X• E 0 ' 17 [ ] I , 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 HOURS 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 I 0 ELAPSED Fig. 19. 1øSon February 10, 1970. 4øS, 148øE on April 12, 1969. The largestcom- consistingof quasi-stagnant systemsnear 60øS. Gibbs puted total (sensibleplus latent) heat loss by the , referringto the first group,pointedto the ocean (575 w m -a occurred with the south-south- probable role of the antarcticconvergence in produc- westerlygalesof July 22, 1969,southof Tasmania.