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The South China Sea Thermohaline Structure and Circulation

The South China Sea Thermohaline Structure and Circulation

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    ISBN 101423557158
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    Thermohaline structure Circulation South China Sea PIES abstract We deployed 5 pressure-recording inverted echo sounders (PIES) along a section in the northern South China Sea (NSCS), and estimated well the distributions of temperature, salinity and velocity across the section. The dynamic influence of thermohaline circulation on wind-driven circulation in the South China Sea (SCS) is studied using a simple reduced gravity model, in which the upwelling driven by mixing in the abyssal ocean is treated in terms of an upward pumping distributed at the base of the upper layer.

    CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The seasonal ocean circulation and the seasonal thermal structure in the South China Sea (SCS) were studied numerically using the Princeton Ocean Model (POM) with km horizontal resolution and 23 sigma levels conforming to a realistic bottom topography. A month control run was performed using climatological. Abstract. Acta Oceanologia Sinica, Chinese Society of OceanographyIn this study, we used the Navy's Master Oceanographic Observation Data Set (MOODS), consisting of temperature and 9 salinity profiles, during to investigate the temporal and spatial variabilities of South China Sea thermohaline structures and : Y.C. Chen, Peter C. Chu and B.B Ma.

    We deployed 5 pressure-recording inverted echo sounders (PIES) along a section in the northern South China Sea (NSCS), and estimated well the distributions of temperature, salinity and velocity across the section. Applying the empirical orthogonal function (EOF) method, we found that variability of the estimates is dominated by two modes: one named the seasonal mode affecting strongly on the Cited by: 7. circulation at Pulau Tinggi may also be part of the large-scale circulation of the South China Sea (SCS) sea. There have been only a few reports of current and circulation patterns in the SCS including those of Dale (), Wyrtki (), Brown () and Liew et al. (). Generally, the circulation in the South China Sea is very much.


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The South China Sea Thermohaline Structure and Circulation Download PDF EPUB FB2

- Influence of the global thermohaline circulation on paleoceanographic events in the Eurasian Arctic seas, the Northern Indian Ocean, and the South China Sea - The role of the thermohaline circulation in global teleconnections in the Antarctic, Eurasian Arctic, northern Pacific and low latitudes by: Studies of South China Sea Circulation and Thermal Structure Using a Three Dimensional Numerical Model [Nathan L.

Edmons] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release.

It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. References – SCS Thermohaline Variability (Basin-Scale) • Chu, P.C., and G.H.

Wang, Seasonal variability of thermohaline front in the central South China Size: 2MB. Shelfbreak Circulation and Thermohaline Structure in the Northern South China Sea—Contrasting Spring Conditions in and Shelfbreak circulation and thermohaline structure in the northern south China Sea-contrasting spring conditions in and Abstract: Two intensive, high-resolution hydrographic surveys during April and May are used to characterize the thermohaline and current structure at the shelfbreak in the South China Sea.

The seasonal ocean circulation and thermal structure in the South China Sea (SCS) were studied numerically using the Princeton Ocean Model (POM) with 20 km horizontal resolution and 23 sigma levels conforming to a realistic bonom topography.

The circulation in the basin of the South China Sea is reproduced using a four-layer numerical model. Current fields in the second (upper) and third (intermediate) layers are emphasized.

The South China Sea (SCS) is a large marginal sea connecting the Indian and Pacific oceans. The thermohaline circulation is that part of the ocean circulation which is driven by fluxes of heat and freshwater across the sea surface and subsequent interior mixing of heat and salt.

The term thus refers to a driving mechanism. Important features of the thermohaline circulation are deep water formation,Cited by: The bottom topography of (a) the South China Sea and (b) the Luzon Strait. The thick solid black lines indicate the m isobath.

The ZI and LS represent the Zhongsha Islands and the Luzon Strait in (a). The TC and BC represent the Taltung Canyon and the Bashi Channel in (b).Cited by: 7. Abstract [1] A three‐dimensional ocean model has been utilized to study circulation and its seasonal variation in the South China Sea (SCS) in response to the forcing of the Asian monsoon and the Kuroshio intrusion.

The SCS ocean model has a resolution Cited by: The thermohaline circulation is mainly driven by the formation of deep water masses in the North Atlantic and the Southern Ocean caused by differences in temperature and salinity of the water.

The great quantities of dense water sinking at high latitudes must be offset by equal quantities of. The seasonal characteristics and formation mechanism of the thermohaline structure of mesoscale eddy in the South China Sea are investigated using the latest eddy dataset and ARMOR3D by: 1.

The inverted monthly circulation pattern using the P- vector methOd is also discussed. Key worm The South China Sea, thermohaline structure, circulatio Year: Author: Chen Y.

C, Binbing Ma and Yuchun Cheri. Mesoscale eddies in the South China Sea: Mean properties, spatiotemporal variability, and impact on thermohaline structure Gengxin Chen,1,2 Yijun Hou,1 and Xiaoqing Chu2 Received 11 October ; revised 3 March ; accepted 11 March ; published 30 June Cited by: Modelling seasonal circulation and thermohaline structure of the Caspian Sea M.

Gunduz1 and E. Özsoy2 1Institute of Marine Sciences and Technology, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey 2Institute of Marine Sciences, Middle East Technical University, Erdemli, Turkey Correspondence to: M.

Gunduz (@)Cited by: tropical cyclones (TCs) on large-scale circulation and ocean heat transport in the South China Sea (SCS) by using an ocean general circulation model at a 1/8 resolution during – The model uses a data assimilation system to assimilate observations in order to improve the representation of SCS circulation.

The results reveal an. The JES thermohaline structure and general circulation have been investigated for several decades. The Tsushima Warm Current (TWC), dominating the surface layer, flows in from Tsushima Strait and carries warm water from the south up to Cited by: The South China Sea (SCS) is a semienclosed tropical sea located between the Asian landmass to the north and west, the Philippine Islands to the east, Borneo to the southeast, and Indonesia to the south (), with a total area of × 10 6 km includes the shallow Gulf of Thailand and connections to the East China Sea (through the Taiwan Strait), the Pacific Ocean (through the Luzon Strait Cited by:   Not Available Shelfbreak Circulation and Thermohaline Structure in the Northern South China Sea—Contrasting Spring Conditions in and Cited by:.

The South China Sea (SCS), located west of the northwest Pacific Ocean, is one of the world's largest marginal seas. It is semienclosed by the China mainland to the north, Philippine Islands to the east, Indonesia Islands to the south and the Indo-China Peninsula to the by: 7.*South China Sea Thermohaline Structure *Japan Sea Thermohaline Structure *First Passage Time for Predictability *Upper Ocean Multifractal Structure *Finite Volume Ocean Circulation Model.

Professional History Journal Papers Books Book Chapters Google Scholar Ocean Datasets Produced Proceedings Technical Reports Conference Presentations.Thermohaline structure Circulation South China Sea PIES ABSTRACT We deployed 5 pressure-recording inverted echo sounders (PIES) along a section in the northern South China Sea (NSCS), and estimated well the distributions of temperature, salinity and velocity across the Size: 3MB.