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Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea in 1966

by Thomas C. Wolford

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Published by U.S. Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evergreen (Cutter),
  • Oceanography -- Grand Banks of Newfoundland.,
  • Oceanography -- Labrador Sea.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Thomas C. Wolford.
    SeriesUnited States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic report -- no. 13, Oceanographic report (United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit) -- no. 13.
    ContributionsUnited States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC3.U7 A3 no. 13
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14031610M
    LC Control Number73604036
    OCLC/WorldCa71193

    The Grand Banks of Newfoundland are a series of underwater plateaus south-east of the island of Newfoundland on the North American continental shelf. The Grand Banks are one of the world's richest fishing grounds, supporting Atlantic cod, swordfish, haddock and capelin, as well as shellfish, seabirds and sea mammals. It is almost a uniform zone of sea bed with a gentle gradient. They are shallower, thus enables sunlight to penetrate through the water. This encourages abundant growth of grass, sea weeds and plankton. Hence these zones become the richest. fishing grounds in the world, e.g. The Grand Banks of Newfoundland.

    (2) A volume transport of 3 10e m3/scc for the East Greenland Current was arrived at by subtracting the flow of 1 mS/sec through the Canadian Archipelago from the total southward flow of the Labrador Current, 4 mS/see, off the Grand Banks. The Norwegian Sea as a mediterranean basin 79 (3) An entrainment of 1 x mS/see of Atlantic Cited by: Chapter 2: Continental shelves of Atlantic Canada. lower Paleozoic rocks transported southward through the Labrador Sea, (b) the Grand Banks and (c) the Gulf of St Lawrence and Newfoundland.

    Oceanography of the Grand Banks Region of Newfoundland, April-August [D, Rosebrook Alan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Oceanography of the Grand Banks Region of Newfoundland, April-August Format: Paperback. Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ettle, Robert Erwin. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland and the Labrador Sea in


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Oceanography of the Grand Banks Region and the Labrador Sea in [Wolford Thomas C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). It began on 22 May with the occupation of station located south of the Gulf Stream directly south of the "Tail- of-the-Banks.".

Again, the cruise proceeded northward and was terminated on 7 June with the occupation of station near South Wolf Island. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wolford, Thomas C. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea in Washington, U.S.

Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit, [i.e. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea: April-June and October by Andersen, Henry S; Moynihan, Martin JPages: Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea in / [by] Thomas C.

Wolford. By Thomas C. Wolford and United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit. Topics: Evergreen (Cutter), Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Cited by: 1. Title. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea: April-June, August, and October / Related Titles.

Series: Oceanographic report (United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit) ; no. The sea- sonal characteristics of the Labrador Current are further obscured by its interaction with the North Atlantic Current and with the region's bathymetry.

With these difficulties in mind, the data ac- quired during the Ice Patrol were ex- amined for time-variation in the flow of the Labrador Current. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland in / Related Titles.

Series: Oceanographic report ; 11 By. Kollmeyer, Ronald C. Morse, Richard Meredith, Wolford, Thomas C. United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit. Type. Robert Erwin Ettle has written: 'Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland and the Labrador Sea in ' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Oceanography Asked in.

Arons, A., and H. Stommel, A beta-plane analysis of free periods of the second class in meridonal and zonal oceans. Deep-Sea Res., 4, 23– Google ScholarCited by: 1. Full text of "Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland and the Labrador Sea in " See other formats.

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Series: Oceanographic report (United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit) ; no. Ettle, Robert Erwin. Wolford, Thomas C. Type. Book. Material. Get this from a library. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea: April-June and October [Henry S Andersen; Martin J Moynihan; United States.

Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit.]. Title. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland, March October / Related Titles. Series: Oceanographic report (United.

Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland in by Ronald C. Kollmeyer,U.S. Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit edition, in EnglishPages: Excerpt from Oceanography of the Grand Banks Region of Newfoundland in The time required for a calibration survey varies from 4 to 7 days.

This compares with about 7 days for the cruises which used a modified area survey and the pre cruises which required about 14 days for an area : Charles W. Morgan. Title. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region of Newfoundland, April-August Related Titles. Series: Oceanographic report (United States.

Deep Western Boundary Current (DWBC) east of the Grand Banks. (a) Mean velocity (color) and transports (numbers in Sv) and (b) transport time series for the DWBC, all deep water and the North Atlantic Current, from current meters at 42°N, 45°W east of the Grand Banks.

Get this from a library. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea in [Ronald C Kollmeyer; Robert M O'Hagan; Richard M Morse; D A McGill; Nathaniel Corwin; United States. Coast Guard. Oceanographic Unit.] -- Five oceanographic surveys were conducted in the vicinity of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland in support of International Ice Patrol.

Grand Banks, portion of the North American continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean, lying southeast of Newfoundland island, as an international fishing ground, the banks extend for miles ( km) north to south and for miles ( km) east to west.

They consist of a number of separate banks, chief of which are Grand, Green, and St. Pierre; and .in the vicinity of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland during the iceberg season. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, ref.

no. WQLFORD, T. c. Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea in US. Coast Guard, Oceanographic Report no. Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the Vicinity of Hudson Strait in (Classic Reprint) by Ronald C.

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