The equatorial undercurrent at 159 degrees W decayed during August 1982, partially reversed during September, and rapidly reappeared in January 1983. The virtual disappearance is consistent with the basin-wide adjustment of sea surface slope to the strong westerly winds in the western and central Pacific that caused the 1982-1983 El Niño event.
This paper examines the utilization of the time reversal matched filtering method to resolve the location of an acoustic point source beneath a skull phantom (variable thickness layer), without the removal of this layer. This acoustical process is examined experimentally in a water tank immersion system containing an acoustic source, a custom-made skull… (More)
According to Global Climate Models (GCMs) the occurrence of extreme events of precipitation will be more frequent in the future. Therefore, important challenges arise regarding climate variability, which are mainly related to the understanding of ecosystem responses to changes in precipitation patterns. Previous studies have found that Above-ground Net… (More)
The article presents fi ndings of a doctoral research project that examined the implementation of legislation targeted at youth 'anti-social behaviour', which began with the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (Sadler, 2004). A 2-year ethnographic case study examined the implementation of the legislation on an inner city housing estate in England, and the broader… (More)
Please note an error in Fig. 12 where Sr/Ca values are incorrectly reported with units of lmol/mol. Correct y-axis labelling should read Sr/Ca (mmol/mol). Trace element analysis was carried out on a Thermo X Series II quadruple ICP-MS, not the multi-collector ICP-MS as described in the manuscript. Time Fig. 12 Geochemical analyses from Acropora inter-branch… (More)
Coral reefs provide an increasingly important archive of palaeoclimate data that can be used to constrain climate model simulations. Reconstructing past environmental conditions may also provide insights into the potential of reef systems to survive changes in the Earth’s climate. Reef-based palaeoclimate reconstructions are predominately derived from… (More)