On the spatial structure of coastal circulation off Newport , Oregon , during spring and summer 2001 in a region of varying shelf width

@inproceedings{Kosro2005OnTS,
  title={On the spatial structure of coastal circulation off Newport , Oregon , during spring and summer 2001 in a region of varying shelf width},
  author={P. Michael Kosro},
  year={2005}
}
[1] A time series of hourly surface current maps in the shelf waters off Newport, Oregon, was made during April–September 2001 using five SeaSonde HF current mappers, during Coastal Advances in Shelf Transport (COAST). The surface currents responded rapidly to the changing winds, in repeated patterns that were strongly affected by bottom topography. An equatorward current jet repeatedly formed in response to upwelling winds, its strength, but not its trajectory, covarying with the meridional… CONTINUE READING
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