The levels in the North Sea associated with the storm disturbance of 8 January 1949

@article{Corkan1950TheLI,
  title={The levels in the North Sea associated with the storm disturbance of 8 January 1949},
  author={R. H. Corkan},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences},
  year={1950},
  volume={242},
  pages={493 - 525}
}
  • R. H. Corkan
  • Published 4 July 1950
  • Physics
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Observations, around the North Sea, have been collected for twenty stations in the British Isles and for fifteen stations on the Continent during the period 6 to 10 January 1949, and used in a discussion of a large storm disturbance on 8 January. The primary object of the investigation has been to get a picture of the water movements inside the North Sea, and of the way in which these movements are produced, in the course of a storm. Maps of co-disturbance lines in the North Sea have been drawn… 
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