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Meteorological features during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment from 20 March to 10 April 1987
Ryan R. Schultz
Written in English
|Contributions||Davidson, Kenneth L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||85|
1 On the deﬁnition of marginal ice zone width Courtenay Strong 2 3 Department of Atmospheric Science, University of Utah 4 Dallas Foster 5 Department of Mathematics, University of Utah 6 Elena Cherkaev 7 Department of Mathematics, University of Utah 8 Ian Eisenman 9 Scripps Institution of Oceanography 10 Kenneth M. Golden 11 Department of Mathematics, University of Utah. were collected in the upper ocean boundary of both ice-covered and ice-free stations in the marginal ice zone of the Barents Sea in spring Together with shipboard wind measurements and current profiles, the mixed and mixing layer dynamics are studied. During the survey, shear production by the stress at the surface or under the ice by:
During the summer Marginal Ice Zone Experiment in Fram Strait in and , fourteen meso- scale eddies, in both deep and shallow water, were studied between 78 ø and 81øN. Sampling combined satellite and aircraft remote sensing observations, conductivity-temperature-depth observations, drift of. Wave forecasting for the Marginal Ice Zone W. Erick Rogers Naval Research Laboratory. Stennis Space Center, MS, USA experiment: Fall 6-week cruise (Sep 30 to Nov 10) with 13+ • 34 run cycles during cruise. 26 • 10 km Grid Resolution.
Sea ice, which provides a layer of thermal insulation between the ocean and atmosphere and reflects most of the incident solar insolation, is central to polar climate studies (e.g., Vihma ).During the twentieth century, Southern Hemisphere sea ice was characterized by large seasonal variations in areal coverage of relatively thin ice surrounding the Antarctic continent, while much of the Cited by: Marginal Ice Zone (MIZ) Program. We have this amazing picture of the ocean, atmosphere, and ice going from the fully frozen period in March to meltdown and breakup right through to freeze-up in early autumn. Because of the opening up of the Arctic during summers, the Navy anticipates that it will have to send surface vessels to the.
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Meteorological Features during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment (20 March April) by Ryan R. Schultz Lieutenant, United States Navy B.S., United States Naval Academy, Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY from the.
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Davidson Download PDF (9 MB)Author: Ryan R. Schultz and Kenneth L. Davidson. EGLACOM project: seismic and oceanographic data integration. Meteorological Features during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment from 20 March to 10 April K. Davidson. Naval Postgraduate Meteorological Features during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment from 20 March to 10 April Aerosol size distributions in the marginal ice zone during.
Alan R. Longhurst, in Ecological Geography of the Sea (Second Edition), Marginal Ice Zones. As Smith () emphasized, ice edges or marginal ice zones occur in a variety of geographic locations in this province over both deep and shallow water.
These zones are influenced by both physical conditions and biota and either may form an abrupt edge, or else are represented by zones as much as.
meteorological satellite handbook. Posted on February 5, by pdfcatch # R. R., “Meteorological features during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment U.S. Navy, Cold Weather Handbook for Surface Ships.
Deep-Sea Research lt, Vol. 42, No.pp.(95) PriElsevier nted Great Britain $+ The impact of marginal ice zone processes on the distribution of 21oPb, 21OPo and Th and implications for new production in the Bellingshausen Sea, Antarctica GRAHAM B.
SHIMMIELD,* GEORGE D. RITCHIE* and TIMOTHY W. FILEMANt- (Received 20 May Cited by: In the present study we use a high‐resolution numerical weather prediction system to study the effect of presence of kilometer‐scale features in sea ice concentration on the atmosphere.
We introduce these by combining a coarse resolution sea ice concentration product with a dedicated fine resolution sea ice lead by: 6. The effective resolution of this data set is about 10–20 km.
Thus, the resolution of the sea ice is significantly lower than the resolution of the atmospheric model. While the sea ice temperature is dynamically modeled by a 1‐D sea ice model, the sea ice concentration stays constant during the forecast.
Sea ice thickness is prescribed in Cited by: 6. X-band (HH) synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data of sea ice collected during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment in March and April of was statistically analyzed with respect to discriminating.
Ambient noise data along with oceanographic, meteorological, and remote sensing data were collected during the Marginal Ice Zone Experiment in March and April in the Greenland Sea. This article investigates the penetration of ocean waves into the marginal ice zone (MIZ), observed by satellite, and likewise provides a basis for the future cross-validation of respective models.
To this end, synthetic aperture radar images from the TerraSAR-X satellite (TS-X) and numerical simulations of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) are by: 9. During SHEBA, the year‐long experiment in and to study the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean (Uttal et al, ), our Atmospheric Surface Flux Group (ASFG) evaluated the neutral‐stability drag coefficient at a 10 m reference height, C DN10, hourly at multiple sites over sea ice for nearly a 2 shows the time series of these C DN10 values and the fractional Cited by: The other is the Antarctic seasonal marginal ice zone (MIZ), i.e., the narrow transition zone that connects the ice‐free sub‐Antarctic with the Antarctic ice‐covered regime.
Observing the air‐sea conditions by in situ instruments in the remote Southern Ocean has been historically challenging due to cost and logistical by: 3. The Marginal Ice Zone Experiment (MIZEX) was an interdisciplinary, international Arctic research program designed to study the atmospheric, oceanic, and ice interactions in the Fram Strait region of the Greenland Sea.
This report focuses on zooplankton data collected during the winter MIZEX program of (Manuscript received 4 Septemberin ﬁnal form 29 March ) ABSTRACT Sea ice features a dense inner pack ice zone surrounded by a marginal ice zone (MIZ) in which the sea ice properties are modiﬁed by interaction with the ice-free open ocean.
The width of the MIZ is a fundamental length scale for polar physical and biological dynamics. Observations of pack ice motion show ice deformation occurs along linear features on scales that vary between basin-scale dimensions (Arctic Ocean, hundreds of kilometers, referred to as large scale in this paper; Kwok ) and the mesoscale (10–70 km; Hibler et al.
; Hibler a).These linear kinematic features, referred to as failure zones in this paper, are apparent in analysis of Cited by: Sensitivity to wave attenuation and ice properties.
We first revisit Fig. 3, Fig. 4 to investigate the sensitivity of MIZ width to the ice thickness. Comparing the red A0 curves in Figs.
3(d) and 4(b), we see that L MIZ for h ∞ = 2, 3 and 4 m is respectively ab 17 and 25 km when T p = 6 s, and ab 55 and 75 km when T p = 10 s. Thus doubling the thickness increases the MIZ Cited by: During the summer Marginal Ice Zone Experiment in Fram Strait in andfourteen mesoscale eddies, in both deep and shallow water, were studied between 78° and 81°N.
Sampling combined satellite and aircraft remote sensing observations, conductivity‐temperature‐depth observations, drift of surface and subsurface floats and current Cited by:.
A case study of warm air advection over the Arctic marginalsea-ice zone is presented, based on aircraft observations with direct flux measurements carriedout in early spring, A shallow atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) was observed, which wasgradually cooling with distance downwind of the ice edge.
This process was mainly connected with astrong stable stratification and downward Cited by: collectively as th e “Marginal Ice Zone Ocean and Ice Observations and Processes Experiment” (MIZOPEX), were funded by U.S.
National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) with the intent of helping to address these informatio n gaps through a targeted, intensive observation field.During the fifth and final period, from 4 to 10 April, two lows developed km north of Iceland which traveled northeastward along the classic secondary climatological storm track to a position.