Tides and mixing in the northwestern East China Sea, Part II: Near-bottom turbulence

@inproceedings{Lozovatsky2008TidesAM,
  title={Tides and mixing in the northwestern East China Sea, Part II: Near-bottom turbulence},
  author={Iossif Lozovatsky and Zhiyu Liu and Hao Wei and Harindra J. S. Fernando},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract The dissipation rate of turbulent kinetic energy e and friction velocity u * was studied in reversing and rotating tidal flows in the East China Sea near the northeastern coast of China using ADV and ADCP measurements. The highest near-bottom dissipation rate on a shallow (19 m depth) shelf e nb ∼5×10 −5  W/kg was associated with the stronger flooding current of the reversing tide and the lowest e nb ∼10 −7  W/kg with the weaker ebb current. The log-layer (ADCP-based) and the skin… CONTINUE READING

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