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Remarks on the winds, tides, and currents of the ocean with other phenomena...
Microprint copy of the London edition of 1846.
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Tides and currents in the Nantucket and Vineyard Sounds and in the East River. Hell Gate and vicinity, tides and currents; Hudson River levelings; Nantucket and Marthas Vineyard sounds, tides and currents. [Oceanography; Tides; Currents.] Appendix No. - Pp. Mitchell's tide gauge for deep water. [Oceanography; Tides.  The first modern South Texas red tide of K. brevis, inferred from aerosol impacts on humans, was a small one of short duration in [Lund, ].The associated fish kills that year were also attributed to low salinity, fish gill clogging by diatoms, and toxic gasses of volcanic and/or anthropogenic origins [Buskey et al., ].Earlier fish kills within Laguna Madre, off Corpus Christi Cited by:
Tides may be aquatic, but readily transport denser bodies. The velocity of water is as significant as its volume for carriage. Moving currents carry to the sixth power of their velocity. If a stream of volume "X" were to move at 2 km/ h it would carry 64 times the load it could carry if it moved at 1 km/ h. 38/ Finding a coincidence in the tides with certain phases of the moon, they have erroneously attributed the cause of tides to the power of attraction in the moon manifesting on the ocean, which is taught to this day as sound philosophy! Attraction, as previously stated, does not exist in any corporeal substance as a separate thing.
Full text of "Geonomy: creation of the continents by the ocean currents; and Kosmo-nomia, the growth of worlds and the cause of gravitation" See other formats. Construction of marine and offshore structures. Responsibility Ben C. Gerwick, Jr. Depths Hydrostatic Pressure and Buoyancy Temperature Seawater and Sea-Air Interface Chemistry Currents Waves and Swells Winds and Storms Tides and Storm Surges Rain, Snow, Fog, Spray, Atmospheric Icing, and Lightning Sea Ice and Icebergs Seismicity, Seaquakes.
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Get this from a library. Remarks on the winds, tides, and currents of the ocean: with other phenomena under the sanction of Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.
[Martin White]. Around his retirement from naval service in he authored the work Remarks on the winds, tides, and currents of the ocean: with other phenomena. His promotion to Admiral may post retirement may have been for the purposes of increasing his pension, though when he died in three years after his wife he left a relatively small personal Battles/wars: Napoleonic wars.
Remarks on the winds, tides, and currents of the ocean with other phenomena. by Martin White 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. A Midsummer Night's Dream Accessible book, English drama, History and criticism. Significant progress has been made in the development of limited-area coastal-circulation models.
The state of the science has progressed to the point where programs to develop and validate a predictive system for the U.S. coastal ocean are being proposed (Joint Oceanographic, Inc., ). The book is a combined universal history and geography, based partly on what EL MAS'UDI had read and had Medieval Arab references to the seasonally reversing currents of the North lndian Ocean heard from other people, and partly on personal observations made during extensive travels of his own, especially with Arab sailors in the Indian by: Ocean circulation in the northern Adriatic Sea is characterized by the interactions of tidal currents, bathymetric constraints, wind forcing and density gradients induced by river input and heat.
ocean. From LeBlond and Mysak . The aim of the present course is to discuss the current knowledge of the physical characteristics of two classes of ocean surface waves. And currents of the ocean with other phenomena. book ﬁrst class, considered in part A, comprises short waves.
These phenomena have timescales that are muchFile Size: 1MB. On Our Knowledge of the Causes of the Phenomena of Organic Nature () Collected Essays II  I.
The Present Condition of Organic Nature WHEN it was my duty to consider what subject I would select for the six lectures which I shall now have the pleasure of delivering to you, it occurred to me that I could not do better than endeavour to put before you in a true light, or in what I might.
Here man devoted his labour to make a separation, in other instances to the construction of moles and bridges. Such is that which connects the island opposite to Syracuse 87 with the mainland. This junction is now effected by means of a bridge, but formerly, according to Ibycus, by a pier of picked stones, which he calls elect.
Of Bura 88 and Helice, 89 one has been swallowed by an earthquake. A PRACTICAL METHOD FOR DETERMINING OCEAN CURRENTS Edward H. Smith. THE ORIGIN OF CURRENTS In order to make a systematic exposition of the.
Remarks on coastal stabilization and alternative solutions. between the hydraulic environment of winds, waves, tides, surges and currents.
Coastal Stabilization and Alternative Solutions : Krystian W. Pilarczyk. chronology, biblical and natural. is there harmony between the two. solar and lunar dominion in the inorganic world. soli-lunar control of terrestrial revolutions.
winds. rains, ocean currents. -tides, electric and magnetic variations. chapter ii. soli-lunar dominion in the organic world. Other currents there are in the sea, but they are the result of winds and various local causes; they are therefore temporary and partial, while the great currents of the ocean are permanent, and are, comparatively, little affected by the winds.
Every one knows that when a pot is put on the fire to boil, the water contained in it, as soon as it. The ocean currents play a significant role in bringing relatively warm water and thus heat from low latitudes to higher latitudes. The model of oceanic flow presented so far is of circulations of flow.
In addition to wind shear effects, density plays a significant role. [Read before the Auckland Institute, 2nd August, ] Some three years ago I read a modern book, the subject of which was the moon, the tides, and ocean currents.
I came to the conclusion that the reasons given for the various phenomena were in some cases obscure, and in.
An example of such emergent phenomena is the origin of life from non-living chemical compounds in the oldest, lifeless oceans of the earth. to be taken possession of by the under currents, and dragged from one ocean to another, perhaps around the world, for a hundred years, until in reduced and perfect form it was cast upon the beach as you.
A Treatise on Physical Geography: Comprising Hydrology, Geognosy, Geology, Meteorology, Botany, Zoology, and Anthropology. Purchase Marine Biology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The Gulf Stream, together with its northern extension the North Atlantic Drift, is a warm and swift Atlantic ocean current that originates in the Gulf of Mexico and stretches to the tip of Florida, and follows the eastern coastlines of the United States and Newfoundland before crossing the Atlantic Ocean as the North Atlantic process of western intensification causes the Gulf.
Full text of "The tides and kindred phenomena in the solar system" See other formats. Hi Pearce, interesting point the lower sea level. First of all, it raises the quantity of land surface and diminishes ocean surfaces.
This will result in other temperature and wind patterns over large surfaces, influencing upwelling. Also currents are blocked, for example in the Caribbean and between the Indonesian Islands. Introduction . Hydrography is the science of measurement and description of the features which affect marine navigation, including water depths, shorelines, tides, currents, bottom types, and undersea obstructions.
Cartography transforms the scientific data collected by hydrographers into data usable by the mariner, and is the final step in a long process which leads from raw data to a.Appendix No.
- 6. Pp. Manual of Tides - Part V. Currents, shallow-water tides, meteorological tides, and miscellaneous matters.
Chapter I, flow and resistance. Chapter II, consideration of dimension and resistance in tidal waves. Chapter III, shallow-water and river tides.