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Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January - March 1953.

Arthur Lee

Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January - March 1953.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irish Sea.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesGreat Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Fishery investigations -- ser. 2, v. 23, no. 2., Fishery investigations -- ser. 2, v. 23, no. 2.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH255 .A27 ser. 2, v. 23, no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17720817M

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Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January - March 1953. by Arthur Lee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Oceanography and inshore hydrography of the Inner Hebrides - Volume 83 - D. Ellett, A. Edwards you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January-March Fishery Invest. Ser. 2, 23 (2).Cited by: Lee, A. Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January-March, Fisheries Investiga- tions Series II, XXIII, No.

Proudman, J. On the mixing of sea water by by: 9. These include cruises covering the whole Irish Sea in January-March, (Lee, ) and in the northeast area at various times during (Jones and Folkard, ).

More concentrated studies have been made in particular areas, including the North Channel, Solway Firth and Liverpool Bay, and these will be mentioned in more detail by:   The circulation of the northern and north-eastern Celtic Sea, has been studied, using especially observations made in April The Celtic Sea in that month was 05° C warmer than the average temperature 20 years by: The hydrographical features of the Baltic Sea and the disposal of radioactive wastes.— London.

Ser. 2, 23, No. 2: Lee, A., Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea, January–March Geographisches Taschenbuch und Jahrweiser z.

Landeskunde / Hydrographische Bibliographie. Deutsche Hydrographische Zeitschrift Description: Irish Historical Studies, the joint journal of the Irish Historical Society and the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, is published twice yearly (May and November).Established in under the editorship of T.W.

Moody and R. Edwards, it publishes (besides articles) select documents, with editorial comment, and lists of theses completed. Book Description: This collection of 24 papers aims to reconsider the nature and significance of the Irish Sea as an area of cultural interaction during the Neolithic period.

The traditional character of work across this region has emphasised the existence of prehistoric contact, with sea routes criss-crossing between Ireland, the Isle of Man.

A North Sea storm surge during 31 January-1 February caused Northwest Europe’s most severe coastal flood in living memory.

This event killed more than 2, people on the coasts of England. s On 25 March, over the Zuiderzee an RAF Vickers Wellington from No. Polish Bomber Squadron at RAF Hemswell commanded by 2nd Lt Roman Sobinski was followed by an orange-coloured luminous disc on a journey back from a mission over Essen in the Ruhr disc followed the bomber for five minutes at a distance of m and height of 14, ft and was fired on by the tail.

The Irish Sea halites are thought to have been deposited in a series of interlinked brine flats or salt pans that were separated by mudflats, the thickness of the halite accumulation in any one. Hydrographic observations in the eastern Irish Sea with particular reference to the distribution of nutrient salts.

Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 51, – ‘The impact of recent sea-level and climatic changes on the west coast of Britain and southeast Ireland’, Climate change, sea-level rise and associated impacts in Europe, Commission of the European Communities, Final Report, EPOC-CT, Vo, American Geographical Society.

Jones, P. & Folkard, A. Hydrographie observations in the eastern Irish Sea with particular reference to the distribution of nutrient salts. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United King Lee, A. Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea January-March Cited by: The central pressure of the storm over the northern North Sea dropped to mbars at on 31 January (MetOffice, a) (having been at mbar at on 29 January) (Steers, ).

Issue (Ireland and Finland, – Comparative and Transnational Histories). 1. Introduction. Research concerning the fate of Sellafield derived radionuclides in the Irish Sea has been predominantly concentrated in the eastern Irish Sea, particularly in the small mud patch off the Cumbrian coast where a large proportion of the particle reactive radionuclides were initially incorporated (MacKenzie et al., ).Studies that have sampled from the western Irish Sea Cited by: Dynamics of air–sea CO2 fluxes in the North-West European Shelf based on Voluntary Observing Ship (VOS) and satellite observations Article (PDF Available) in Biogeosciences The Irish Sea is open to the Atlantic at both ends and can be considered as a channel approximately km long, greatly varying in width.

It receives freshwater run-off from a large area of land, approximately km2 compared to a sea area of approximately km2 and is generally shallow, apart from the North Size: 1MB.

Journals & Books; Register A. DeVriesChanges and variability in salinity and dissolved inorganic phosphate in the Irish Sea, English Channel and Dutch coastal zone.

ICES Journal of Marine Science, 53 (), pp. Google Scholar. Lee. Hydrographical observations in the Irish Sea January–March () Google Scholar. 30 Cited by:   THE red till (or tills) with erratics from the Lake District and south-west Scotland, found in Lancashire, Cheshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire, has been ascribed to what has been called the Cited by: The flood in the East Coast: On the 30 th Januarya low-pressure cell moved eastwards over the north Atlantic.

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The report provides a review and synthesis of best-available geophysical and geotechnical dataFile Size: 3MB. Irish Sea, Irish Muir Éireann, arm of the North Atlantic Ocean that separates Ireland from Great Britain. The Irish Sea is bounded by Scotland on the north, England on the east, Wales on the south, and Ireland on the west.

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#MARINE WARNING - The latest Marine Notice from the DTTAS advises all seafarers in the Irish Sea between north Dublin and north Wales to give a wide berth to the hydrographic and oceanographic survey operation in the area this week.

The SV Bibby Tethra (callsign 2EGF8) commenced survey operations yesterday (Monday 16 January) from offshore at North Beach in Rush to approximately 16 Author: Macdara Conroy.

Cruise track in October (hashed line). Location of net hauls indicated by the filled stars, and location of uca beach strandings and other coastal observations by filled circles. Filled circles at sea indicate where uca were observed in densities of at least individuals m −ted is the location of the salmon farm suffering mass mortality during mid Cited by: The Great Storm of was a destructive extratropical cyclone that struck central and southern England on 26 November (7 December in the Gregorian calendar in use today).

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