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| || || Physical properties of southern Fiji waters
Author(s): Chand, S., Rao, S., Aung, T.
Notes: South Pacific Journal of Natural Science, 22, 57-61
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Water circulation, Halocline, T/S diagrams, STD profiles, Hydrographic data, Water masses, Mixed layer depth, Thermocline, Isotherms, CTD observations
Abstract: CTD-O2 (conductivity, temperature, depth and oxygen) data collected in the southern part of Viti Levu during the cruises (1996-1999 and 2003) of the Japanese fisheries research vessel, Koyo-maru were analyzed to identify the isothermal layers, thermocline depths, and their annual variations. Despite the difference in years and locations during the survey, seasonal thermoclines at 50-100 m depth, permanent thermoclines at 100-600 m depth and haloclines at 250-600 m depths were found. In conjunction with the temperature, salinity and depth analysis, water mass properties were also investigated, and T-S diagrams were used to identify the water mass movement and formation. The results indicate that the water mass extending from 200-600 m originated from West South Pacific Central Water and the water mass between 600-1100 m originated from Antarctic Intermediate Water.
Control No.: 00013836.nul
| || || Effect of barometric pressure on sea level variations in the Pacific region
Author(s): Singh, A., Aung, T.
Notes: South Pacific Journal of Natural Science, 23, 9-15
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Climatic changes, El Nino phenomena, Atmospheric pressure, Sea level changes, Sea level measurement
Control No.: 00013829.nul
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