The The Variability of Bottom Friction Velocity and the Suspended Particle Propagation along the Pathway of Saline Inflow into the Baltic Sea
A numerical simulation of the Baltic Sea circulation was carried out for two time intervals corresponding to the inflow and non-inflow cases. For these time intervals, I identified processes prevalent in the bottom layer dynamics at specific points on the pathway of the inflow waters propagation in the Baltic Sea. An analysis of the variability of bottom friction velocity made it possible to estimate the likelihood of bottom sediment resuspension at these ...
Paleoecological conditions of the Gdansk basin in Holocene in the complex analysis of short sediment cores
... by an increase in surface water productivity and bottom water hypoxia, correspond to the Roman Warm Period, the Medieval Climatic Optimum, and the Modern Warm Period.
Ponomarenko E. P., Kuleshova L. A.
Baltic Sea, North Sea water inflows, bottom circulation, loss on ignition, atmospheric circulation, benthic foraminifera
Structural features of upwelling in South-East Baltic
... Ocean Model (POM). By means of numerical simulation it was conformed that features of upwelling space structure depend upon bottom topography in an area of observation, strength of wind velocity and its duration. The dependence of the
upwelling scenario ... .... 44
F., Mellor G.
A Description of a Three-Dimensional Coastal Ocean Circulation Model.
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