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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Laboratories, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Miami, Fla, [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ocean circulation -- Atlantic Ocean -- Observations,
  • Ocean temperature -- Atlantic Ocean -- Observations,
  • Water -- Atlantic Ocean -- Analysis

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesTime series data report
StatementQ. Yao ... [et al.]
GenreObservations
SeriesNOAA technical memorandum OAR AOML -- 40
ContributionsYao, Q, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiii, 98 p.
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14518644M
OCLC/WorldCa47162707

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The earth's largest oceanic rings are formed by the retroflecting North Brazil Current (NBC) near 8°N in the western tropical Atlantic. The NBC flows northward across the equator and past the. The Brazil Current is a warm water current that flows south along the Brazilian south coast to the mouth of the Río de la Plata.. Description. This current is caused by diversion of a portion of the Atlantic South Equatorial Current from where that current meets the South American continent. The Brazil Current begins at about 10–15˚S where the South Equatorial Current (SEC) splits . Unlike other eddies, for example, Agulhas Rings (e.g., Beal et al., ) or North Brazil Current Rings (e.g., Goni & Johns, ), net transports by individual eddies crossing 47°N are. Both the North Brazil Current (NBC) and the Brazil Current (BC) are western boundary currents (WBCs) that separate from the western Atlantic coast. The NBC retroflects and sheds several rings per year (at the retroflection region), whereas the BC rarely sheds rings near its Cited by: 4.

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Book Your Trip To Brazil. Get your dream travel planned & booked by local travel experts. At Rough Guides, we understand that experienced travellers want to get truly ’s why we’ve partnered with local experts to help you plan and book tailor-made trips that are packed with personality and stimulating adventure - at all levels of comfort. The North Brazil Current constitutes one of the principal el-ements of the ocean circulation in the western Tropical At-lantic (Fig. 1). As is known from direct ship and satellite ob-Correspondence to: S. N. Bulgakov ([email protected]) servations, the North Brazil Current sheds anticyclonic rings. North Brazil, Brazil, and Malvinas Currents. (a) Satellite ocean color image (CZCS) of the NBC retroflection prior to ring. (b) Mean velocity (cm/sec) from current meters in the NBC at about 4°N in (c) Infrared satellite image of the Brazil-Malvinas confluence. Black lines are current vectors at moorings, at approximately m depth.   In her book, Brazile, the former DNC interim vice chair who fed questions to Hillary Clinton's campaign in advance of a Democratic Primary town hall, explained how she uncovered the joint.