The potential influence of a coherent wind stress
cycle on sea surface temperatures and sea salt aerosol is also explored.
Using these data, we calculated seasonal wind stress
(T) in newtons per square meter:
Marc (2001) and Tsimplis (1995) found that the best correlation in coastal areas is between sea level and wind stress
. In shallow tropical coastal areas, like the VRSNP, a high correlation is expected between wind stress
and sea level.
Principal component analysis was used to define the alongshore and cross-shore components of the wind stress
for each MB.
HFFB procedure defines the global wind stress
action on the building as the summation of the static and dynamic contributions [45-48].
The advantage of using drogues or sails is that the slippage between the drifter and current motion due to wind stress
In the theoretical study, we will need to develop a new theory in which the wind effects such as the wind stress
and the wind-induced surface current are considered.
Very little is known about the influence of the wind stress
field over the upper ocean volume transport in the South Brazil Bight (SBB) and the interannual variability associated with them.
Figure 7 shows the surge level fluctuations and the wind stress
vector in the Bohai Sea at typical time during the storm surge.
When upwelling only occurs on the northeast shore at a time t = T (T is duration of the northeasterly wind), the sum of absolute values of surface displacement and interfacial displacement should simply be equal to the thickness of the upper layer ([absolute value of [[zeta].sub.total](-L/2, T)] + [[zeta]'.sub.total](-L/2, T) = h), and a wind stress
can be gotten.
where [[tau].sub.a] is wind stress
and P is the two-dimensional strength of the ice sheet, which depends on the thickness and length scale.