Remote Observation of the Spatial Variability of Surface Waves Interacting With an Estuarine Outflow

@article{Haus2006RemoteOO,
  title={Remote Observation of the Spatial Variability of Surface Waves Interacting With an Estuarine Outflow},
  author={B. K. Haus and R. J. Ramos and H. Graber and L. K. Shay and Z Hallock},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={31},
  pages={835-849}
}
This paper explores the application of phased-array high-frequency (HF) radars to identify locations of enhanced local waveheights. Measurements of the near-surface current velocities and waveheights were obtained from HF radars deployed near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay in the fall of 1997. The radar-derived near-surface velocities were compared with the upper bin (2-m depth) of four upward-looking acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs). The slopes of the linear correlations were close… CONTINUE READING

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