Barotropic tide in the northeast South China Sea

@article{Beardsley2004BarotropicTI,
  title={Barotropic tide in the northeast South China Sea},
  author={R. C. Beardsley and T. F. Duda and J F Lynch and J. Irish and S. R. Ramp and Ching-Sang Chiu and Tswen Yung Tang and Y.-J. Yang and Guohong Fang},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={1075-1086}
}
A moored array deployed across the shelf break in the northeast South China Sea during April-May 2001 collected sufficient current and pressure data to allow estimation of the barotropic tidal currents and energy fluxes at five sites ranging in depth from 350 to 71 m. The tidal currents in this area were mixed, with the diurnal O1 and K1 currents dominant over the upper slope and the semidiurnal M2 current dominant over the shelf. The semidiurnal S2 current also increased onshelf (northward… CONTINUE READING

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