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The third annual report of the high energy benthic boundary layer experiment

The third annual report of the high energy benthic boundary layer experiment

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StatementC.D. Hollister, A.R. Nowell, J.D. Smith.
SeriesWHOI -- 80-32., WHOI (Series) -- 80-32.
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This third component included analysis of data obtained with a multi-sensor fiber-optic fluorometer in the benthic boundary layer of the inner shelf off Cape Hatteras during summer }, doi = {/}, journal = {}, number =, volume =, place = {United States}, year = {Mon Sep 01 EDT }, month = {Mon Sep 01 EDT.

bivalve feeding and the benthic boundary layer Marcel F réchette, Denis Lefaivre Institut Maurice- Lamontag ne, Ministère des Pêches et des Océans, C.P.

High-temporal-resolution views of particle flux to the abyssal benthic boundary layer are provided for an eight-month period (October –June ) at. Reasons for this include large discrepancies between benthic biogeochemical processes in areas of high and low productivity, and the failure of simple relationships or master variables to.

We aimed to develop a flexible 1D vertical transport model to allow simultaneous simulation of the marine biogeochemistry of 3 different media: ice, water, and sediments. The resulting sympagic–pelagic–benthic model (SPBM) includes vertically-resolved ice and sediment domains, and allows fine resolution of the benthic boundary by: 1.

The observed high levels of biodiversity and high abundances, particularly of copepods and peracarid crustaceans, suggest that this component of the marine fauna, in the benthic boundary layer.

Observations of turbulence from moored instrumentation on the continental shelf are less common because of the difficulty of collecting high-frequency data in remote locations, but examples include measurements of velocity and sound speed in the New England shelf bottom boundary layer using a bottom-mounted tripod by Shaw et al.

(), bottom. The trajectories were digitized at second intervals. Each value is the average of I 0 successive measures. Note the well-developed logarithmic layer that is up to 10 cm thick, and the roughness length (yo) of mm. genuine reduction in energy found in natural benthic boundary layers (West et al., ; Veth, ).

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At half the height of the diffusive boundary layer, eddy diffusion may be 15% of molecular diffusion (Boudreau,cited in Jørgensen and Des Marais, ). The lesson for algal ecologists is that even though a benthic algal community may live within a laminar layer, the diffusion environment may differ among individuals or taxa.

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High-resolution benthic foraminiferal δ 18 O and δ 13 C suggest that obliquity minima correspond to cold, nutrient-depleted, western North Atlantic deep waters. We thus link stronger NCW formation with obliquity minima. In contrast, during obliquity maxima, Deep Western Boundary Currents were weaker and warmer, while abyssal nutrients were.

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