The influence of vertical and lateral turbulence on the characteristics of the waters at mid‐depths

@inproceedings{Iselin1939TheIO,
  title={The influence of vertical and lateral turbulence on the characteristics of the waters at mid‐depths},
  author={Columbus O'd. Iselin},
  year={1939}
}
  • Columbus O'd. Iselin
  • Published 1939
  • Geology
  • In a previous paper (Iselin 1936) the writer considered that the temperature and salinity of the main thermocline layer (400–1200 meters) in the Sargasso Sea were mainly determined by vertical turbulence. At that time special significance was attached to the very consistent temperature-salinity correlation at mid-latitude stations from the western North Atlantic. Thus, when plotted on a temperature-salinity diagram, the great majority of the modern observations fell along a narrow and slightly… CONTINUE READING

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