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  • Internal Kelvin Waves  in the Near −inertial  Period in Funka  Bay  [in Japanese]

    Satoh Chizuru , Isoda Yutaka , Iwahashi Masayuki , Shimizu Manabu

    … Data analysis shows that the seasonal thermocline frequently displays large vertical displacement over 15-18 hours; … the inertial period in this bay is 17.76 hours, and the spatial distribution suggests positive and negative displacement of the interface at alternate stations. … On the other hand, the model with a bay mouth reproduced reasonably well the observed alternative displacement of the thermocline along the coast. …

    Bulletin on Coastal Oceanography 44(1), 49-58, 2006

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  • Water  Temperature Variations  along  the Funka  Bay Coast  [in Japanese]

    Satoh Chizuru , Isoda Yutaka , Shimizu Manabu

    … This phenomenon is considered to be due to the large displacement of the thermocline by the formation of a clockwise circulation in the upper layer waters of Funka Bay. … After the formation of such a thermocline, subtidal variations in water-temperature induced by the periodical wind forcing were also prominent. …

    Bulletin on Coastal Oceanography 42(1), 73-83, 2004

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  • WIND-INDUCED RESPONSE OF INTERMEDIATE DENSITY LAYER IN A CLOSED STRATIFIED WATER BODY

    Shintani Tetsuya , Umeyama Motohiko

    … In the laboratory study, the density model of the three layer describing the stratified lake of thick thermocline is used. … The Wedderburn number strongly characterizes the displacement of the upper density interface, while the Lake number affects the dynamics of the intermediate density layer. …

    PROCEEDINGS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING (45), 1141-1146, 2001

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  • Roles of the Western North Pacific Wind Variation in Thermocline Adjustment and ENSO Phase Transition

    WANG Bin , WU Renguang , LUKAS Roger

    … Analysis of 17 years (1980-1996) of tropical Pacific thermocline variations indicates that short period (about 18 months) cycles in the early 199Os exhibit a relatively small meridional scale. … The dominant mode of interannual variation of thermocline depth can be approximately described by a basin-scale east-west seesaw oscillation, with an eastward propagation of thermocline depth anomalies occurring in the equatorial waveguide during the transition phases. …

    Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan 77(1), 1-16, 1999-02-25

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  • Roles of the Western North Pacific Wind Variation in Thermocline Adjustment and ENSO Phase Transition

    Wang Bin , Wu Renguang , Lukas Roger

    … Analysis of 17 years (1980-1996) of tropical Pacific thermocline variations indicates that short period (about 18 months) cycles in the early 1990s exhibit a relatively small meridional scale. …

    Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. Ser. II 77(1), 1-16, 1999

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  • Kyucho in Sagami Bay Induced by Typhoon 8818

    MATSUYAMA Masaji , IWATA Shizuo , NAGAMATSU Hiroshi

    Journal of Oceanography 53(2), 199-205, 1997-04

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  • Field study on phytoplankton growth by using optical sensor

    YOKOYAMA Katsuhide , ISHIKAWA Tadaharu , MASAOKA Takahiro

    … The measurement shows the followings: The plankton was stratified just above the thermocline, going down with their growth by the displacement of the thermocline. …

    PROCEEDINGS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING (41), 397-402, 1997

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  • On Corrections for Monthly Mean Sea Level

    FUJITA Naomi , INABA Masao

    … Considering the irregular seasonal variation of the thermocline, the modified tem perature at lm below sea surface is proposed. … So long as the effect of oceanographic conditions on monthly mean sea level is not clarified, it seems likely that the vertical displacement of the earth's crust within a few months can not be discussed with confidence. …

    Journal of the Geodetic Society of Japan 14(2-3), 39-48, 1969

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