3 edition of Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea found in the catalog.
Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||J. Sündermann (ed.).|
|LC Classifications||GC228.6.N69 C57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 654 p. :|
|Number of Pages||654|
|ISBN 10||3540568255, 0387568255|
|LC Control Number||93038496|
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In this publication you will find a comprehensive data set of the North Sea ecosystem, including the distribution and the fate of contaminants, their transport paths and their analysis by means of numerical models. This book presents the results of the interdisciplinary German research project Circulation and Contaminant Fluxes in the North.
Circulation and Contaminant Fluxes in the North Sea. Editors (view affiliations) Jürgen Sündermann; In this publication you will find a comprehensive data set of the North Sea ecosystem, including the distribution and the fate of contaminants, their transport paths and their analysis by means of numerical models.
This book presents. 1 Introduction.- 2 Field Data.- Seasonal and Interannual Variability in the Atmosphere and in the Sea.- Ecological Situation in the North Sea During Spring and Winter / Large-Scale Distribution of Contaminants in Spring and Winter / Atmospheric Transport of Contaminants, Their Ambient Concentration and Input.
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Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea book Marine Geology () 27 l Book Reviews Circulation and Contaminant Fluxes in the North (Editor). Springer, Sea. Stindermann XIV + pp., Heidelberg, Hardcover, DM ISBN The North Sea receives water from the Atlantic Ocean both from the north.
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Claussen, On the momentum forcing of a large-scale sea-ice model. — Climate Dyn. 9, 71— Wteringa, J., An objective exposure correction method for average wind speeds measured at a sheltered.
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Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea book context. The North Sea, which is of significant ecological, economic and recreational value to NW Europe, has for many years received enhanced inputs of contaminant metals arising from human activity around its shores.
Fluxes of copper, nickel, zinc, chromium and other constituents throughout the southern North Sea were estimated using a numerical model in order to identify the Cited by: 2. The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is an important component of ocean thermohaline circulation.
Melting of Greenland’s ice sheet is freshening the North Atlantic; however, whether the augmented freshwater flux is disrupting the AMOC is by: select article Circulation Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea book contaminant fluxes in the North Sea: J.
Sündermann (Editor). Springer, Heidelberg, Hardcover, XIV + pp., DM ISBN Sündermann J. () A Composite View of the North Sea Ecosystem and Future Research Needs. In: Sündermann J. (eds) Circulation and Contaminant Fluxes in the North Sea Cited by: 3. The salinity in the North Sea drops by ~ psu because Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea book decreasing salinity of the inflowing Atlantic waters, increasing Baltic discharge, and higher downward surface fresh water fluxes.
Some of our results disagree with other dynamical downscaling studies, as the results depend on the parent global by: The winter to was the coldest on record with the greatest ice cover, therefore the temperatures are ~2 to 3 colder and the water columns,-4).2 less saline than normal for June.
Circulation, water masses, and fluxes on the southeastern Bering Sea shelf Cited by: North Sea Entrances Water Circulation r T ransport of Suspended Matter Contaminant Transfer in Water Chemical Trans formation and Degradation in Water Contaminant Transfer in Suspended Matter Contaminant Organisms Sedimentation Contaminant Transfer in Sediment Fig.
Schematic diagram of circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea. Combined effects of abiotic and biotic factors on contaminant fluxes. In: Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea By M. Kersten, Michael Kriews and Johannes RickAuthor: M.
Kersten, Michael Kriews and Johannes Rick. North Sea Atlas. Technical Report (PDF were not responsible for the suggested changes in the North Sea circulation. The most likely cause of decreased Atlantic inflow was the coincidence of a.
The southward export of Labrador Sea Water has a big influence on the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, the large-scale ocean mixing driven by global density gradients, and is therefore an important factor in oceanic energy by: The geothermal heat flux from the interior of the Earth is generally insignificant except in the vicinity of hydrothermal vents at spreading ridges and in relatively stagnant locations like the abyssal northern North Pacific (Joyce, et al.
) and the Black Sea (Murray et al., ).File Size: 1MB. BEHAVIOUR AND FLUX OF CONTAMINANT METALS IN THE NORTH SEA. FR/D MARCH The results show that fluxes of both dissolved and particulate metals through the Humber plume region are dominated by the coastal flow from the north.
Riverine inputs superimpose a plume of lower salinity, higher metal contents on this net southward-moving flow. Karbe L, Aletsee L, Dürselen C-D, Heyer K, Kammann U, Krause M, Rick HJ, Steinhart H () Bioaccumulation and effects of plankton and benthon on the fate of contaminants.
In: Sündermann J (ed) Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea. North Atlantic seawater enters the Arctic at multiple depths. This circulation is critical for transfer of heat into polar regions and meridional overturning of the ocean [Askenov et al., ]. PFOS discharges from the North Sea (Figure 4) are predominantly transported north into the Norwegian and Greenland Seas [Smith et al., ].Cited by: When the North Sea's circulation is reversed Participation of members of the public in a citizen science project helped uncover unusual current conditions in spring Persistent easterly winds in spring reversed the circulation in the North Sea for more than a month, a study conducted by a team of researchers from the University of.
FB/60/52 North Sea. List of figures Figure ICES routine observations in the North Sea and adjacent waters " ICES sections of hydrographicalbiological investigations in the North Sea.
List of tables. Positions of routine observations from commercial vessels, lightships and fixed stations in the North Sea. Detecting Microplastics Pollution in the North Atlantic Using Sentinel-1 Sar Images A new altimetry data validation approach based on Data Mining and Machine Learning techniques Remote Sensing as Data Source for a Generalized Micrometeorological Simulation and its Application in.
Downscaled scenarios show a shutdown of the exchange between the Atlantic and the North Sea and a substantial decrease in the circulation of the North Sea in the second half of the 21st century.
The northern North Sea inflow decreases from – Sv (1 Sv = 10 6 m 3 /s) to – Sv with Atlantic water largely bypassing the North by: 4. persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in the North Sea K.
O’Driscoll et al. Correspondence to: K. O’Driscoll ([email protected]) Supplementary materia Table S1. List of physicochemical, physical and chemical parameter values used Circulation and contaminant fluxes in the North Sea.
Springer, Berlin, pp. –, S The North Sea is a marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean located between Great Britain (England and Scotland), Denmark, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and epeiric (or "shelf") sea on the European continental shelf, it connects to the ocean through the English Channel in the south and the Norwegian Sea in the north.
It is more than kilometres ( mi) long and Coordinates: 56°N 03°E / 56°N 3°ECoordinates:. Council according to Resolution / "to consider the work on the flushing times of the North Sea".
The group met in Lowestoft on Februaryand reported to the of marine pollution this may be relevant. Advective fluxes from one sea area to the other may, with.
Under this change the North Sea develops a specific pattern of the climate change signal for the air–sea temperature difference and latent heat flux in the RCP and scenarios.
In the RCP scenario the amplitude of the spatial heat flux anomaly increases to 5 W/m 2 at the end of the by: 8. Current branches into the North Sea on its way northward, but the destination of the Atlantic water within the North Sea is not clear.
 The North Sea is a shelf sea that lies between Norway, the British Isles and the European Continent (Figure 1). It is a shallow sea, and two thirds of the region have depths shallower than m.
Strategic Environmental Assessment - SEA2 Technical Report - Contamination Technical Report 10 August TR_doc 1. INTRODUCTION The DTI is conducting a Strategic Environmental Assessment prior to further licensing in the region of the mature oil and gas provinces in the North Sea.
A series of technical reportsFile Size: 1MB. Red Sea are from SSE through the Strait of Bab-el-Mandab27,6, also inducing a NNW flow. Thus during winter the two forcing pressure gradient arising from the negative buoyancy flux in the north and the wind regime in the south will reinforce each other and.
Fig. 2 Net heat flux (Q) at the air-sea. Figure Coriolis effect for meridional motion. As the ball travels from l1 to l2 it must conserve its angular momentum mvE(l1)Rcosl1 where m is the mass of the ball, vE(l1) is the translational velocity of the Earth at l1, and Rcosl1 is the radius of rotation at l1.
Since vE(l2). A chapter on the role of the IMO in preventing oil pollution from ships provides an international context, while others discuss efforts being made at the national level. A decadal review of the state of the North Sea prepared by OSPAR supports the view that there has been a significant reduction of oil inputs to the : Hardcover.
In the North Sea area and its adjacent coast, numerous campaigns have taken place to study the effect of adjacent sources on coastal waters and the open sea (see, e.g., Cambray et al. ; Pacyna et al.
; Schneider ). Moreover, fluxes and concentrations of lead often have been used as markers to deduce deposition fluxes of other heavy Cited by: 5. The Mediterranean Sea is a marine desert: although it receives large nutrient inputs from a rapidly growing coastal population, its offshore waters exhibit extremely low biological productivity.
Here, we use a mass balance modelling approach to analyse the sources and fate of the two main nutrients that support marine biomass production: phosphorus (P) and nitrogen (N).Cited by: 3. A three-dimensional numerical study is presented of the seasonal, semimonthly, and tidal-inertial cycles of temperature and density-driven circulation within the North Sea.
The simulations are conducted using realistic forcing data and are compared with the data of the North Sea by:. pollution burden.
This may increase the flux pdf pollutants towards the estuary and the North Sea proper. The changing river discharge dynamics in combination with the changing sea level may affect the behaviour of estuarine systems; in particular it may change their efficiency to trap riverine particle-bound pollution fluxes.r d & Mathematical Models for the Study, Monitoring and Management of the North Sea Download pdf C.
J. Nihoul Universities of Liège and Louvain and Chairman of the Joint North Sea Modelling Group A general interdisciplinary model of the North Sea is presented.
The model, which integrates the contributions of many neighbouring countries under the.Here, we provide the first evidence for the vertical transfer of plastic debris ebook the North Ebook Garbage Patch (NPGP) into the underlying deep sea.
The numerical and mass concentrations of plastic fragments ( µm to 5 cm in size) suspended in the water column below the NPGP follow a power law decline with water depth, reaching values 0.