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Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in by Kollmeyer, Ronald C; United States. Coast Guard.
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Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald C Kollmeyer; D A McGill; Nathaniel Corwin; United States. Coast Guard. Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in / By Ronald C.
Kollmeyer, Nathaniel. Corwin, D. McGill and United States. Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in U.S. Coast Guard Oceanographic Rep. CG 92 pp. Lazier, J.R.N., Seasonal variability of temperature and salinity in the Labrsdor by: Chapter 13 Physical Oceanography of Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay.
Hudson Strait is a deep, wide channel that connects Hudson Bay and Foxe Basin to the west with the Labrador Sea and Davis Strait. Labrador Sea and consists of the Davis Strait, Baffin Bay, the Northwest Passage, and Hudson Bay. The second group is located between Europe, Africa, and Asia and contains the Eurafrican Mediterranean Sea (which includes the Black Sea).
The third group is found near the junction of North and South America and contains the American Mediterranean Sea. The Canadian Arctic Rift System is a major North American geological structure extending from the Labrador Sea in the southeast through Davis Strait, Baffin Bay and the Arctic Archipelago in the northwest.
It consists of a series of interconnected rifts that formed during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras. Extensional stresses along the entire length of the rift system Age: Paleozoic-to-Cenozoic. Labrador Sea, northwestern arm of the North Atlantic Ocean, between Labrador, Canada (southwest), and Greenland (northeast).
It is connected with Baffin Bay (north) through Davis Strait and with Hudson Bay (west) through Hudson Strait. The cold, low-salinity Labrador Current flows southward along the Canadian coast.
The Labrador Sea (French: mer du Labrador, Danish: Labradorhavet) is an arm of the North Atlantic Ocean between the Labrador Peninsula and sea is flanked by continental shelves to the southwest, northwest, and northeast.
It connects to the north with Baffin Bay through the Davis Strait. It has been described as a marginal sea of the countries: Canada, Greenland. Labrador Sea is the body of water between Greenland and the coast of Labrador. It is m deep and km wide where it joins the North Atlantic and shallows to less than m where DAVIS STRAIT separates it from BAFFIN BAY.
Labrador Sea. Labrador Sea is the body of water between Greenland and the coast of Labrador. in Hudson Strait through the mixing of waters from the Baffin Island Shelf, deep waters from the Labrador Sea, and relatively low salinity waters from Hudson Bay (Dunbar ; Kollmeyer et al.
Indeed, Kollmeyer et al. () had called the region of eastern Hudson Strait the "birthplace" of the Labrador Shelf waters. Basin, and Hudson Strait). A recent observational study highlights how the outﬂow from Hudson Strait (the channel linking HJB to the Labrador Sea) is a signiﬁcant contributor to the freshwater ﬂux over the Labrador Shelf, both by conveying the freshwater from HJB and by recycling part of the Bafﬁn Current (Straneo and Saucier, b).
In this chapter, we present estimates for the net, as well as the inflow and outflow transports, of volume, heat and freshwater through Hudson Strait. These are based both on a review of the inputs into the basin and on the first year-long measurements of the outflow from Hudson Strait to the Labrador by: Title: Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in / Ronald C.
Kollmeyer, David A. McGill [and] Nathaniel Corwin. Publication info: Washington, D.C.: U. Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit, With these origins of Labrador Sea freshwater—60%–80% from the WGC and 20% from precipitation—a causal connection between central LS convective activity and the main WGC freshwater sources, like sea ice melt and Fram Strait freshwater export, must dominate over salinity anomalies originating from or passing through the Baffin Bay by: Full text of "Oceanography of the Grand Banks region and the Labrador Sea: April-June, August, and October " See other formats.
() estimated that Hudson Bay and the Labrador Sea dis-sipated GW of M2 tidal energy. This made it the ﬁfth most important region of tidal dissipation, the ﬁrst four being the Bering Sea, the Sea of Okhotsk, the Northwest Australian Shelf and the European Shelf.
More recent studies have completely changed this picture. Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in [Leather Bound] by Nathaniel Kollmeyer, Ronald C,United States. KOLLMEYER R. C., D. McGILL and N. CORWIN () Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in U.S.
Coast Guard Oceanographic Report No. CG 12, 34 pp. LAZIER J. () The renewal of Labrador Sea by: The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and shallowest of the world's five major oceans. It is also known as the coldest of all the oceans. The International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) recognizes it as an ocean, although some oceanographers call it the Arctic is sometimes classified as an estuary of the Atlantic Ocean, and it is also seen as the northernmost part of the all.
INDEX TO LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY VOL R prefix to page number indicates article appears in the Redfield Anniversary Volume.
A Absolute dynamic topography, RR Accuracy of Winkler method for dissolved oxygen analysis, Activation analysis, stable manganese in molluscs. Oceanography of the Labrador Sea in the vicinity of Hudson Strait in - Kollmeyer, Ronald C Includes bibliographical references Keywords: Oceanography - Labrador Sea; Oceanography - [view] waters from the Labrador Sea to the south begin to encroach into the Bay as spring progresses, eventually freeing the Bay of its winter ice.
The shallow water boundary circulation of the Labrador Sea is essentially cyclonic and consists of three main currents ().The West Greenland Current flows northward along the Greenland shelf and shelf break with a transport of roughly 3 Sv (Sv ≡ 10 6 m 3 s −1) measured at Cape Farewell (Clarke ).Along the Labrador coast, the shallow Labrador Cited by: Hudson Strait).
A recent observational study highlights how the outﬂow from Hudson Strait (the channel linking HJB to the Labrador Sea) is a signiﬁcant contributor to the freshwater ﬂux over t he Labrador Shelf, both by conveying the freshwater from HJB and by recycling part of the Baﬃn Current (Straneo and Saucier b).
Labrador and Hudson Bay Pilot: Comprising the Strait of Belle Isle to Button Islands and Hudson Strait and Bay [Canadian Hydrographic Service] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Canadian Hydrographic Service. Review of air-sea interaction studies at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography.
(Also issued as Bedford Institute Contribution nos. 38 41, ) COLLIN, A.E. Oceanographic observations in Nares Strait, northern Baffin Bay,LESLIE, R.J.
Ecology and paleoecology of Hudson Bay foraminifera. I-\I'," W. ts in Bay of. A ocean basin situated between Labrador, Greenland and Newfoundland.
It underlies the Labrador Sea as well as most of the Irminger Sea. Labrador Current A current that flows southward over the continental shelves and slopes of Labrador and Newfoundland from Hudson Strait at 60 N to the Tail of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland at 43 N.
It stopped moving in early Oligocene time when sea-floor spreading ceased in the Labrador Sea and since has occupied its present position in mid-Davis Strait.
Comparison is made between the Iceland-Faeroe-Ridge and Davis Strait Sill in light of the similarities in their crustal structure and geological by: Variability of Ocean Temperature over the Labrador Shelf / where tidal currents can attain peak amplitudes of 2 m s 1 (Osborn et al., ).
At the eastern entrance to the strait. ASOF Achievements - ASOF is an international program to study the oceanography, and in particular the fluxes of mass, heat, and freshwater, into and out of the Arctic and subArctic ocean, and their roles in climate variability.
The area is the concern of the Internatioool CollllDission for the. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries (ICNAF). The region is divided in five sub-areas as follows (in brackets the approximate area of shelf, down to about m): 1. West Greenland (85, ) 2. Labrador (ca) 3.
Newfoundland (, ) " 4.ARCTIC VOL. 38, NO. 2 (JUNE ) P. Ships’ Log-Books, Sea Ice and the Cold Summer of in Hudson Bay and Its Approaches A.J.W. CATCHPOLE’ and MARCIA-ANNE FAURER’ ABSTRACT. Descriptions of sea ice in Hudson’s Bay Company ships’ log-books and tradiig post journals are used to reconstruct sea ice conditions in Hudson Bay, James Bay, and Hudson Strait .The Labrador Sea, located in the northern region of offshore Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, is one of the largest under-explored areas along the eastern Canadian Margin.
Numerous vintage 2D seismic surveys have been acquired over the past 50 years, and 29 wells have been drilled on the Labrador Shelf from the ’s through the ’s.