Tidal Flow through the Straits of Dover

@inproceedings{Prandle1993TidalFT,
  title={Tidal Flow through the Straits of Dover},
  author={David Prandle and S. G. Loch and R. Player},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract Results are presented from the first long-term deployment of the Mark II OSCR high-frequency radar system. This new system measures surface currents at 700 preselected locations every 20 minutes at a range up to 25 km offshore. Tidal analysis, in 11 monthly blocks, of measurements made in the Straits of Dover indicate consistent results for seven major constituents, M2, S2, N2, O1, K1, M4, and MS4. Synthesized current ellipse distributions for these constituents are compared with… CONTINUE READING

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