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The Coastal Tidal Currents near the National Museum of Marine Science and Technology---The Ripple Mark over the Keelungyu Sill
|Contributors: ||NTOU:Department of Marine Environmental Informatics|
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-28T08:43:35Z
Abstract:The surface ripple mark will be generated transiently along the Keelungyu Sill. It is sometimes steepened to be white caped, providing an opportunity to observe from the near coast. The local tide is known as well as the investigation of the tidal currents flowing through the sill. Therefore, it is the right moment to link the study upon the relation between the ripple mark and the tidal currents. There are two possible ways to observe the ripple mark. One is by long term random eye-measuring over the distance. The other is to intensively survey the field twice at least, including a continuous video recording during a day time along with an observation of currents and hydrography. The SAR satellite images may prove them as well. The achievement of this study may prove the museum an exhibition of outdoor sight viewing or indoor practical simulation model for such an interesting local phenomenon.
|Appears in Collections:||[海洋環境資訊系] 研究計畫|
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