tidal constituent

tidal constituent

[′tīd·əl kən′stich·ə·wənt]
(oceanography)
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Synthetic aperture sonar, tidal constituent & residual interpolation, conductivity temperature depth as well as the MEMS-based inertial systems for hydrography are some of the new technologies that are being used to carry out hydrographic surveys.
j,k]--the theoretical amplitude of a tidal constituent k inside of the group j;
2] was the strongest tidal constituent and its east-west constituent explained 95% of the total current variance.
2], are constituted also by a tidal constituent, derived directly from the tidal development.
Where numerous ports exist as along the eastern Canadian seaboard and the M2 tidal constituent is dominant, the amplitude of the [M.
Finally the high-frequency component HFC is split into the tidal constituent TID and non-tidal high-frequency residuals HFR.
The tidal elevation at the open boundaries was specified for the five major contributors to tidal variation (known as tidal constituents [M.
Sea levels on the boundaries were also taken from ACOM output, with the addition of tidal constituents derived from tide gauge observations around the Cape Cuvier and Bonaparte Archipelago areas in combination with global tidal model estimates along the offshore boundaries (Eanes & Bettadpur 1995).
Proctor (1981) suggested that both discrepancies could be addressed to the absence of additional tidal constituents (i.
Table 1 presents the results of tidal data processing for 18 short-term tidal constituents (this number follows from the analyzed observation time--2 years) together with the error characteristics, noise level and the standard deviation of the tidal observation after adjustment ([[sigma].