Beaufort Sea environmental data: U.S.C.G.C. Northwind 1968
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Beaufort Sea environmental data: U.S.C.G.C. Northwind 1968 U.S.C.G.C. Staten Island 1968 and 1969. by University of Alaska (College). Institute of Marine Science.

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StatementReport compiled by D. C. Burrell [and others]
SeriesUniversity of Alaska. Institute of Marine Science. Report R70-20
ContributionsBurrell, David C., comp.
LC ClassificationsGC1 .A497 R70-20, GC411 .A497 R70-20
The Physical Object
Pagination274 p.
Number of Pages274
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5741188M
LC Control Number70635729

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[63] As in the central Beaufort Sea, the small eddies detected near the Northwind Ridge are associated with a lack of internal waves (Figures 21 and 22). Although the rotation rates (and relative vorticities) of these eddies are comparable to their larger Beaufort Sea cousins (Halle and Pinkel, manuscript in preparation, ), they are Cited by: elsewhere in the Beaufort Sea during this cruise (Frame, ). In 24 days as the icebreaker passed through statute miles of ice-covered seas, I recorded 13 polar bears (Table 1 and Fig. 1). One was sighted in the Chukchi Sea, about miles west of Point Barrow. The other 12 bears occurred at six different locations in the Beaufort Sea. Here, we use (a) legacy seismic data that constrain upper slope gas hydrate distributions on the U.S. Beaufort Sea margin, (b) Alaskan North Slope borehole data and offshore thermal gradients. USCGC Northwind, July–August ; USCGC Staten Island, July–August , pp. College, Alaska: University of Alaska Institute of Marine Science (Data Rep. Inst. mar. Sci. Univ. Alaska No. R) Google Scholar.

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