Estuarine Comparisons. Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial by Dr. Victor S. Kennedy

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Much of this variability was due to internal waves. 5 m and they have been interpreted as due to lateral inter­ nal seiching (Dyer 1982). However, there are many broader features that persist from one tide to another, undergoing progressive modification. Salinity %o y 2400 1 1 1 1 1 0200 0400 0600 0800 1000 1 1000 1 1400 1200 1400 1 1200 1600 ^ 1600 2000 1800 2000 1——I 1800 2200 r 2200 \ \ 2400 1 2400 1 \ \ Γ 1 1 ^—^ ^ - Figure 31A}. Time sequence oj salinity and velocity variation at Station 1.

Circulation and salinity distribution in coastal Louisiana estuaries. Contr. Mar. Sei. 20:1-10. Kjerfve, B. 1978. Bathymetry as an indicator of net circulation in well-mixed estuaries. Limnol. Oceanogr. 23:816-821. Kjerfve, B. and H . N . McKellar, Jr. 1980. Time series measurements of estuarine material fluxes, pp. 341-357. In: V. S. ), Estuarine Perspectives. Academic Press, New York. Kjerfve, B. and J. A . Proehl. 1979. Velocity variability in a cross-section of a well-mixed estuary. J. Mar.

5 h for eight tidal cycles during four seasons. The present study was a preliminary calibration study to aid in the design of Outwelling. The field experiment in March 1978 in South Jones Creek was con­ ducted to test whether the sampling design and analysis techniques would yield flow continuity. 5 h for two tidal cycles at sections B, C, and D, w e hoped that the data would indicate that equal amounts of water moved through Β, Kjerfve et al. 50 SOUTH JONES MARCH 11 1978 CREEK 04 0« MARCH 12 Figure 8.

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