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Published by way of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Coastal and Estuarine Sciences Series.
This quantity is one end result of the IDOE foreign Symposium on Coastal Upwelling, however it isn't a real symposium lawsuits. a number of the papers within the booklet weren't awarded on the assembly, a few papers and posters that have been provided on the symposium aren't within the e-book, and not one of the discussions following oral displays is incorporated. All papers submitted to the editor have been reviewed by means of nameless referees, who steered for or opposed to inclusion and recommended alterations. The editor needs to thank the greater than a hundred scientists who helped enhance the publication through their professional reports of the person papers.
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SST v a l 21 Copyright 1981 by the American Geophysical Union Coastal and Estuarine Sciences Coastal Upwelling F i g . 1. Typical f l i g h t track during JOINT 11, 1976. 5 km (2-3 nautical miles). The wind data were also plotted for each minute using a 30-s running v e c t o r i a l average of the i n e r t i a l l y computed winds available, each second. To form a composite of the data a two-dimen22 sional g r i d ( 2 x 2 nautical miles, F i g . 3) was overlain on each individual wind and SST map.
Experiment Vol. 1 A i r c r a f t vs. Buoy Comparisons for JOINT I 1974 Intercept Slope 2 r and JOINT II f r f 1977. 98 JOINT I data consist of give buoy locations. 10 and L i . 68 N JN JOINT II data consist of while the opposite was true for the JOINT II region. V j j was generally offshore during JOINT I was p r i and larger than during JOINT I I , where marily onshore. Thus, a sea-breeze c i r c u l a t i o n in the JOINT I region was manifested as a reduction in the magnitude of % . In the JOINT II region, however, the onshore component near the coast decreased with height and reversed near 960 mb (Wirfel, 1980).
Scatter diagram of buoy t o t a l wind speed vs. a i r c r a f t t o t a l wind speed for JOINT I I . Includes PSS, PS, and. Pa. Dashed l i n e s are + one standard deviation from the regression l i n e . 42 STUART ET N 1 F i g . 6. Regression l i n e s for buoy t o t a l wind speed (|~|) V-tangent (V ) and V-normal (V ) vs. a i r c r a f t V and V for JOINT I I . 07 A i r c r a f t V . (\1\), T T N T N AL. Copyright 1981 by the American Geophysical Union Coastal and Estuarine Sciences Coastal Upwelling TABLE 1.