oceanography instrumentation Articles

  • Handling of a large dataset: application of Time Series Analysis to oceanographic studies

    This paper describes the application of the specific Time Series Analysis techniques (TSA), Autocorrelation analysis (AC), Crosscorrelation analysis (CC) and Power Spectral Density (PSD) to elaborate a large set of oceanographic data, such as marine pressure, flow and current. The data were collected by ad hoc oceanographic instrumentations in two different sites of the Italian seas as digitised ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Use of marine outfalls in wastewater disposal

    Global experience has shown that disposing of properly treated domestic wastewater through effective ocean outfalls is an economical and reliable strategy for wastewater disposal with minimal environmental impact. Better construction techniques, such as tunnelling, coupled with improved materials mean that the technology of marine wastewater disposal has advanced rapidly in recent years. ...

    By IWA Publishing

  • Symphony Of The Microgrid At An Urban University

    Perched on the wind-sculpted bluffs above the Pacific Ocean, the University of California San Diego (UCSD) is one of the world’s leading research universities, with an average R&D budget of $1 billion in each of the last three years. Research includes over 50 years of investigating climate change at UCSD’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography, making it no surprise that the ...

    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Ocean science for sustainable development: Facts and figures

    Sarah Grimes explores why we need good ocean monitoring, how to get it, and why it still fails Small Island Developing States. Oceans are a critically important component of the Earth system, supporting ecosystem and human health. They regulate the weather and climate; are essential for producing freshwater; and soak up ...

    By SciDev.Net

  • At what Speed is Greenland’s Ice Sheet Melting?

    Greenland – Overview Greenland is an island and autonomous Danish territory located between the North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean. Most of the land is covered by a massive ice sheet. In fact, this ice sheet is one of the only two existing on this Earth. The other ice sheet covers Antarctica. The Greenland Ice Sheet (GrIS) covers approximately 81 percent of Greenland. This ice sheet is ...

    By Climate Institute

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