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Regional Oceanography

An Introduction

by Matthias Tomczak

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Published by Pergamon Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oceanography,
  • Oceanography (seas),
  • Regional geography,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Earth Sciences - Oceanography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages354
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9266868M
    ISBN 100080410200
    ISBN 109780080410203

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Regional Oceanography: an Introduction This page provides access to the download version of Regional Oceanography: an Introduction. A paperback or hardbound copy of the second edition, published by Daya Publishing House, Delhi, can be ordered through bookstores or from the publisher ; the details are.

Regional Oceanography: Regional Oceanography book Introduction presents an introduction to the physical oceanography of the world ocean for students of all fields of marine sciences. Rather than presenting its material in a simple geographical framework, the book uses ocean dynamics as a frame of reference.

Students of marine biology, chemistry, geology and Cited by: The book also includes an evaluation of all major international research projects such as FGGE, IIOE and TOGA. Covers the traditional range of topics in regional oceanography.

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ISBNBook Edition: 1. Regional Oceanography: an Introduction pdf version (December ) 52 combine water mass analysis with our knowledge of the constraints on possible flows posed by geostrophy and Ekman dynamics.

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Regional Oceanography Paperback – January 1, by Matthias Tomczak (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from eTextbook "Please retry" $ — Reviews: 1. The book contains satellite imagery and incorporates case studies from areas such as the Baltic and the Black Sea.

Table of Contents. Part 1 Oceanography and remote sensing: satellites and oceanographers; regional and global satellite oceanography; the concept of regional satellite oceanography. Part 5 Regional satellite oceanography - case.

ISBN: X pbk. pbk: OCLC Number: Notes: "An elementary description of the four main divisions of the world ocean, of their limits, forms, topography, wind systems, climatology, surface circulation, and hydrological characteristics and structure.".

This book aims to share newly obtained results and information on regional oceanography of the South China Sea by leading experts in fields such as water mass, circulation, mesoscale eddies, near-inertial motion, upwelling, mixing, continental shelf waves, internal waves and fronts.

This chapter explains the different provinces of these two biomes, the extent of each province, continental shelf topography, and tidal and shelf-edge fronts, defining characteristics of regional oceanography, regional response of the pelagic ecosystems, and.

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The current literature (later than ) offers no comprehensive, integrated review of the regional fisheries oceanography of the California Current System. This volume summarizes information of more than year California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigation (CalCOFI).

An introduction to regional oceanography for students in all fields of marine sciences. The two core principles are the use of the most modern data base for all maps of the regional distribution of properties, and discussion of all observed features within a frame of reference developed from ocean dynamics, rather than based on the simple geographical approach.

the book is comprehensive. it covers all aspects of oceanography. content accuracy rating: 5 the book is showing high degree of accuracy.

the examples are explained in a very accurate way. the book is both qualitative and quantitative oriented. relevance/longevity rating: 4 the book is written in a way that could be easily updated with new /5(3).

Author wrote this book to describe his experiences in conducting oceanographic experiments at sea. Working at sea is unlike any other endeavor. It has been the author's experience that most people are not properly prepared for their first cruise.

( views) Regional Oceanography: an Introduction by Matthias Tomczak - Daya Publishing House, Regional Oceanography: an Introduction by Matthias Tomczak. Publisher: Daya Publishing House ISBN/ASIN: ISBN Number of pages: Description: This book developed from lectures for undergraduate students.

The California Current System is one of the best studied ocean regions of the world, and the level of oceanographic information available is perhaps only surpassed by the northeast and northwest Atlantic.

The current literature (later than ) offers no comprehensive, integrated review of the regional fisheries oceanography of the California Current. Regional geography is a major branch of geography.

It focuses on the interaction of different cultural and natural geofactors in a specific land or landscape, while its counterpart, systematic geography, concentrates on a specific geofactor at the global level. 3 Notable figures.

Attention is paid to unique characteristics of a particular. Regional Oceanography: an Introduction. By Tomczak, Matthias & J Stuart Godfrey ( pages) Regional Oceanography: an Introduction is a textbook suitable for an advanced undergraduate course or for a course to introduce graduate students to the essentials of oceanography.

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Satellite thermal image of the Alboran Sea showing the inflow of cool Atlantic Water (white is cold, dark is warm).

(a) With two eddies and the Almeria - Oran Front at 1° - 2°W, (b) with a single eddy and the front at 4°W. The two-eddy situation is far more.