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Coastal Oceanography

Series: Ocean Sciences Research Volume: 1
By: Tetsuo Yanagi
Coastal Oceanography
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  • Coastal Oceanography ISBN: 9780792358954 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Clarifies the quantitative material transport processes in the coastal sea area, mainly from a physical viewpoint.

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Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Basic Equation of the Material Transport Process. 3. Fundamental Equations of Advection. 4. Tidal Current. 5. Residual Flow. 6. Tide-Induced Residual Current. 7. Density-Driven Current. 8. Wind-Driven Current 9. Diffusion and Dispersion. 10. Water exchange and Residence Time. 11. Diagnostic Model and the Euler-Lagrange Method. 12. Ecosystem Model. Index.

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Series: Ocean Sciences Research Volume: 1
By: Tetsuo Yanagi
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