Origin of theAbiki phenomenon (a kind of seiche) in Nagasaki Bay

@article{Hibiya1982OriginOT,
  title={Origin of theAbiki phenomenon (a kind of seiche) in Nagasaki Bay},
  author={T. Hibiya and K. Kajiura},
  journal={Journal of the Oceanographical Society of Japan},
  year={1982},
  volume={38},
  pages={172-182}
}
  • T. Hibiya, K. Kajiura
  • Published 1982
  • Journal of the Oceanographical Society of Japan
  • Large oscillations of water level in Nagasaki Bay are calledAbiki and are most frequently observed in winter. The largestAbiki recorded in the past 20 years at the tide station at Nagasaki occurred on March 31, 1979. Simultaneously, a distinct atmospheric pressure disturbance of solitary type with an amplitude of about 3 mb was recorded at several neighbouring stations in Kyûshû, which indicated the pressure disturbance probably travelled eastward with an average speed of about 110 km h−1.The… CONTINUE READING
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