Introduction to Oceanography
Introduction to Oceanography ATOC 3070
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9 Global Atmospheric Circulation 1 Heat budget A Latitudinal imbalance B Meridional heat transport 11 Atmospheric convection A Coriolis E ect B Atmosphericcells Ill Prevailing winds A Surface air pressure B Geostropliic balance 10 Upper ocean circulation 1 Measurement A Mechanical ow meters B Doppler C Floats ll Gyres A Ekman transport B Geostropliy C Westward intensification D Subpolar gyres Ill Antarctic Circumpolar Current 11 Upwelling and ENSO l Upwelling 1 Coastal 2 Equatorial ll ENSO l Equatorial Paci c mean state 2 Walker Circulation 3 Southern Oscillation 4 El Nino andLa Nina 5 Teleconnections 12 Deep Ocean Circulation 1 Sea surface conditions 11 Density distribution and deep water sources A Density zones B Water masses C Three main water masses D T S diagram lll Thermohaline circulation A Deep upwelling B Downwelling C Deep circulation D Meridional overturning circulation 13 Waves at Sea 1 Ocean waves A Wave morphology B Particle motion C Disturbing force D Restoring force 11 Wave characteristics A Deep water cl gt 2 L B Shallow water cl lt 20 L C Transitional 111 Wind waves A Formation B Dispersion C Growth D Height 14 Waves at Shore I Approaching shore A Breaking B Refraction II Seiche III Tsunami A Notable historical tsunamis B Warning network C Largest wave 15 Tides I Gravitational attraction II Equilibrium theory A Earthmoon system B Earthmoonsun system 111 Dynamic theory A Topography effects B Coriolis effect C Confined basins D Tidal energy