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Oceanographic survey results Bering Sea area, winter and spring 1955

by United States. Hydrographic Office.

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Published by U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementOceanographic Survey Branch, Division of Oceanography
SeriesTechnical report -- TR-46
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 95 p. :
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24364708M
OCLC/WorldCa34573159

Squire, V. A. and S. Martin () A field study of the physical properties, response to swell, and subsequent fracture of a single ice floe in the winter Bering Sea. University of Washington, Departments of Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography, Scientific Rep 56 p. Google Scholar. We are also actively continuing to maintain and expand our extensive support resources to be able to rapidly and fully assist our Clients with their marine survey needs. If there are any questions, please contact one of our section managers at John .

Mission: Annual Walleye Pollock Survey. Geographical Area: Bering Sea. Date: Aug Science and Technology Log: Last night and afternoon was by far the craziest we’ve seen on the Oscar Dyson. The winds were up to 35 knots (about 40 miles an hour). The waves were averaging 12 feet in height, and sometimes reaching feet in height. Description of Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands Area. • 22 Physical Characteristics • • • • 22 Oceanographic and Meteorological Characteristics. 24 Biological Characteristics • • • 26 Political Characteristics. 28 Bering Sea Marine Mammal Fauna • • •

of Anadyr water and central Bering shelf water (Coachman et al., ). Both of these summer waters are present in the western Arctic Ocean and result in temperature maxima in the upper m of the water column (Steele et al., ; Timmermans et al., ). During winter and spring, Pacific winter water at/near the freezing point flows.   During the winter of / water temperatures on the bottom were colder than normal and the Gulf of Andyr and Bering Sea saw broad sea ice coverage. As expected, when scientists returned to the Bering Sea in the summer of to conduct their annual survey, they saw an .


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Hydrographic Office. Topics: Bering Sea, Bering Sea region, Author: United States. Hydrographic Office. United States. Hydrographic Office: Oceanographic survey results Bering Sea area, winter and spring (Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Navy Hydrographic Office, ) (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Hydrographic Office: Offshore navigation in its simplest form, for all who sail the oceans out of sight of land.

Fig. Horizontal Distribution of Surface Temperature (Aug., ) ///: dense sea-fog. In next, glancing over the isotherms in August in the whole area of Bering Sea, the 8°C-isothermal line running from St. Lawrence I. is found in the central Bering Sea toward south to the western part of the sea.

Oceanographers consider the Arctic Ocean and its bordering seas to be the body of water surrounding the North Pole and bordered by Europe, Siberia, Winter and spring 1955 book, Canada, and Greenland, occupying an area of approximately 14 million km 2 (Fig.

1).Major island groups are found off the European and Siberian coasts (Svalbard, Franz Josef Land, Novaya Zemlya, Severnaya Zemlya, and the New. An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Oceanographic investigations in the northern Bering Sea and Bering Strait, June-July Item Preview.

Understanding Ecosystem Processes in the Bering Sea: BEST-BSIERP Headlines o Morning: Climate and Oceanography, Oceanographic conditions along the northern Gulf of Alaska˜s Seward Line, In springoceanic temperatures throughout the water column in the northern Gulf of Alaska (GOA) were the lowest since the early.

Burton Island returned to the Bering Sea in the spring of to collect oceanographic data during the spring ice breakup. Departing San Diego on 5 April, Burton Island stopped at Kodiak (14–17 April) and Dutch Harbor (19 April) to make a scheduled turnover rendezvous with Northwind, which had been conducting observations in the Bering Sea.

We created a new, m horizontal resolution bathymetry raster and used it to define 29 canyons of the eastern Bering Sea (EBS) slope area off of Alaska, USA.

To create this bathymetry surface we proofed, edited, and digitized 18 million soundings from over individual sources. Despite the vast size (~ km long by ~ m high) and ecological significance of the EBS slope, there have. the Bering Sea because of the warm summer temperatures encountered there also.

Extensive investigations in the northern gulf were conducted by the International Fisheries Commission (lFC) from to Winter data from only three lines of stations off Ocean Cape, Cape Cleare.

and Cape Chiniak revealed a pronounced west­ ward current at. Anomalous spring and summer shifts in productivity on the Bering Sea shelf are linked to decadal-scale atmospheric/sea ice/oceanographic processes, but probably also reflect long-term climate change in the western Arctic (Stabeno and Overland,Overland and Stabeno, ).

Subjects: Bering Sea Bering Sea region Burton Island (Ship) Chemical oceanography Density IBM cruise no. IBM cruise no. Marine meteorology Northwind (Cutter) Observations Ocean currents Ocean temperature Oceanography Optical oceanography Salinity Sea ice. In their last spring, maturing fish migrate across a broad, east-west front from their winter/spring feeding grounds in the North Pacific, northward through the Aleutian passes into the Bering Sea.

Coachman et al. () described three water masses in the Bering Sea north of 62°N. Furthest west and most saline is Anadyr Water. Its high salinity is probably a result of salt excluded from ice formed during the winter on the Anadyr shelf. To the east of this water is Bering Sea Water.

Get this from a library. Oceanographic atlas of the Bering Sea Basin. [Myron A Sayles; Knut Aagaard; Lawrence K Coachman] -- Compiled from quality data from observations made since and from observations which extended deeper than m. vary by oceanographic region: The highest juvenile salmon biomass is found in S Bering Strait and N Inner regions The highest large zooplankton abundance is found in S Bering Strait.

The highest small zooplankton abundance is found in N Inner region. Surface flow generally northward at ~ cm s-1 over northern Bering Sea. Oceanography contains peer-reviewed articles that chronicle all aspects of ocean science and its graphy is published in March, June, September, and. They added oceanographic survey work to the long list of their other duties.

The survey began slowly the summer ofwhen CAPT Calvin Hooper of the RCS Corwin planned a "regular connected series" of Arctic current measurements in the Bering Strait. This research program was curtailed by the pace of the Corwin's other operations.Coast & Geodetic Survey ship Pioneer surveys the Bering Sea.

Technical capabilities of the Coast and Geodetic Survey and Weather Service are devoted completely to the war effort. The Coast and Geodetic Survey sends over civilian members and over ½ of its commissioned officers to the military services.This dataset describes marine bird and mammal surveys conducted in August in the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea.

Data were collected to document the at-sea distribution and abundance of marine birds and mammals, and were conducted using standard strip width transect protocols (Gould and Forsell ).