By Professor Dr. Jürgen Sündermann (auth.), Professor Dr. Jürgen Sündermann (eds.)
This e-book offers a superb evaluation of the current wisdom of the North Seaecosystem. the combo of accomplished atmosphere facts and contaminant focus info including using numerical versions for his or her interpretation is exclusive during this shape. "Circulation and Contaminant Fluxes within the North Sea" offers the result of the interdisciplinary German learn venture ZISCH ("Zirkulation und Schadstoffumsatz in der Nordsee"), which used to be demonstrated in view of the possibility to the North Sea surroundings through human actions and the necessity to provide policymakers a systematic foundation for the tough judgements on the way to must be made within the subsequent years.
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Hainbucher et al. (1986) gives the water mass transport and its standard deviation through selected sections in the North Sea. Regarding the net transport rates between the ICES boxes (Fig. 17), calculated by Lenhart (1990), 24% of the incoming Atlantic water masses through the northern boundaries reach the central North Sea (ICES Box 7B') north of the Dogger Bank, and only about 5% circulate south of it. The recirculation of water masses in the north of North Sea is clearly visible, looking at the net transport rates of the ICES Boxes 1 and 2.
Climatological mean values of the North Sea surface temperature (in 0c) in the 19th week (7th May to 13th May). (After Becker 1981) 5' -I 5' 60' N 62' 5' 50' 10 I \ 10 I W 0' I ) cJ/ I 12 I ::. L.. ~ fJ~ 0 10' E 13' ! 50' j- , 1-60' 13 Fig. 28. Climatological mean values of the North Sea surface temperature (in 0c) in the 23rd week (4th June to 10th June). ,. -< ~ I» ::1 . I» < e. t: ~ (b ::s Co § - e. '"0 ::s en 50 Damm et al. obtained during the winter survey has the same structure as the one from the climatological average (Fig.
Of the totol time. Fig. 9. Mean wind velocity and direction forJune 1986 23 24 Damm et al. 1 Distinctive Features During the Months of the VALDNIA Cruises During the 4 years considered, the VALDIVIA cruises were conducted from 2 May to 13 June 1986 and from 26 January to 9 March 1987. For this period the wind field over the North Sea will be examined more closely. May and June 1986 (Figs. 9) are distinctly different from the wind fields of the 4-year mean. While the mean distribution of wind directions is quite uniform - only off the Scottish coast do southwest winds prevail more frequently (20%) - May 1986 is characterized by an almost complete lack of winds from the northwest over north to east.