Lecture 7 - Thermohaline Circulation

Lecture 7 - Thermohaline Circulation - o AABW (Below CoW on...

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Lecture 7 – Thermohaline Circulation 05/02/2008 14:58:00 Thermohaline Circulation Slide 2+3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 o Water around freezing seawater gets more salty and more dense Slide 9 o Water comes from equator so water is warm and salty Slide 10 Slide 11 o AABW – T=-1.36, S=34.6% o NADW – T=3, S=34.9% o MIW – T=13, S=38.6% o NACW and SACW – T=10-28, S=35-37% Slide 12
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Unformatted text preview: o AABW (Below CoW on the left side of graph) o PDW Pacific Deep Water or Common Water mixing of water masses in WWD o PDW T=1.5-2, S=34.6 o PDW Biggest water mass o SPCW and NPCW T=10-28, S=35-37% Slide 13 o SICW and ECW T=10-28, S=35-37% o RSIW T=30, S=36-39% Slide 14 Slide 15 05/02/2008 14:58:00 05/02/2008 14:58:00...
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