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Ocean Surface Circulation

Ocean Surface Circulation

Ocean Surface Circulation. Ocean currents are masses of water that flow from one place to another Surface currents develop from friction between the ocean and the wind that blows across the surface Huge, slowly moving gyres. Ocean Surface Circulation. Five main gyres North Pacific Gyre

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Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents. Ocean Currents. Mass movement or flow of ocean water River within the ocean Two types Surface and Density (Deep). Surface Currents. Link Horizontal, stream-like movements of water that occur at or near the surface of the ocean Can reach depths of several hundred meters

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Meteo 1020 – Lecture 4 The Natural Variability of the Earth-Atmosphere System

Meteo 1020 – Lecture 4 The Natural Variability of the Earth-Atmosphere System

Meteo 1020 – Lecture 4 The Natural Variability of the Earth-Atmosphere System. We have discussed evidence that suggests the earth is warming due to human outgassing of carbon dioxide Could we be wrong? Consider the major criticisms of the global warming hypothesis: Instrumental error

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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show.” To advance through the presentation, click the right-arrow key or the space bar.

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OCEAN CURRENT ENERGY

OCEAN CURRENT ENERGY

OCEAN CURRENT ENERGY. Ocean Currents, Available Technology, & Economic Feasibility. BY: MATTHEW SAVIN Matthew.savin@gmail.com. Hydrokinetic vs. Hydropower . To understand ocean current energy, the distinction between hydropower and hydrokinetic power must be understood “Hydropower”

By krystal
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The Dynamic Ocean

The Dynamic Ocean

The Dynamic Ocean. Earth Science Ch. 16. 16.1 Ocean Circulation Ocean Surface Circulation. Surface currents develop from friction between the ocean and the wind. Surface currents are related to the patterns of the atmosphere. Large circular moving surface currents are called gyres.

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Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents. Some key questions: What causes the ocean currents? What are the global ocean current patterns? How do ocean currents interact with climates? https://mediaplayer.pearsoncmg.com/assets/4ALEUTqaD5kmQVbrebIXu_pvWObSSpIz. Ocean Currents. Ocean currents are generated by

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Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents

Ocean Currents. T he steady flow of ocean water in a prevailing direction. Ocean Currents. D riven by several factors Tides Wind Thermohaline circulation. Tidal Currents. Occur with the rise and fall of the tides Near the shore Bays Estuaries. http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/.

By alton
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Ocean forecasting and hindcasting

Ocean forecasting and hindcasting

Ocean forecasting and hindcasting. the need for remote sensing. Dr David Griffin | Dr Peter Oke . CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research . Forecasting currents is like weather forecasting. The ‘butterfly effect’ is very real. Ocean currents are chaotic.

By eldon
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Weather patterns, Jet Stream, and Ocean Currents

Weather patterns, Jet Stream, and Ocean Currents

Weather patterns, Jet Stream, and Ocean Currents. Weather Patterns. Weather pattern’s are described as prolonged temperature changes over a specific area for example seasons.

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Oceans

Oceans

Oceans. Water, water everywhere… But only on the Earth!. Oceans. Over 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water Of that, 95% is salt water – only 5% is fresh water – and part of that is ice. Ocean names. All the oceans are really just one body of water

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Ch. 24 The Moving Ocean

Ch. 24 The Moving Ocean

Ch. 24 The Moving Ocean. 24.1 Surface Currents. flow in the upper 1,000 meters of ocean driven by global winds N. and S. hemispheres each have two circulations caused by the Coriolis Effect clockwise in N. hemisphere counterclockwise in S. hemisphere. Current Temperature.

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Bellringer

Bellringer

Bellringer. What biome has trees that lose their leaves in the fall? What do you call organisms in a food chain that produce their own food? What do you call an area where fresh and salt water mix?

By toni
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New Notes: Ocean Currents

New Notes: Ocean Currents

New Notes: Ocean Currents. Warm-up: 1. Look at your buoy map – If you dropped a buoy at Latititude 10 0 and Longitude 180 0 , which direction will it drift? 2. Which direction do you think it would drift if you dropped it at Latitude -10 0 and Longitude 180 0 ?

By deanne
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Ocean Current s

Ocean Current s

Ocean Current s. Ocean Currents. Warm currents flow away from the equator. Cold currents flow toward the equator. Factors Influencing Currents. Sun Wind Coriolis Gravity. Sun. Energy from the Sun heats the water. Warm water is less dense that cold water.

By tryna
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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Circulation of the Ocean. Chapter Outline. 9.1: Definition of currents 9.2: Surface currents are driven by wind 9.3: Surface currents affect weather and climate 9.4: Wind causes vertical movement in the ocean ( upwellings and downwellings )

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DEPARTED – PASCAGULA Aug 23 , Friday - Stations 1,2,3,

DEPARTED – PASCAGULA Aug 23 , Friday - Stations 1,2,3,

OCEAN VALIDATION CRUISE. TEST AND VALIDATE THE FILAMENT STUCTURE FROM THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER PLUME Determine the vertical depth of the filament. C haracterize the subsurface structure of the physical and biological structure

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Oceans

Oceans

Oceans. Essential Question How was the ocean formed?. How the oceans were formed. Volcanoes erupted and released gases. The gases cooled and formed into clouds. Then all of the clouds precipitated and formed a big ocean.

By manjit
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200

200

General. Ocean Movement. Ocean Life. Ocean Floor. Water Cycle. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Measure of how much salt is in water. salinity.

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