Report of the

U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank

Science Meeting

18 - 20 November 2003, Rhode Island


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Presentation Abstracts

Poster Presentations

Appendix I: Agenda

Appendix II: List of Participants

Appendix III: List of Planned Publications

Inter-annual Variation of Lagrangian Pathways in the Gulf of Maine: Importance and Causes

Pringle, J1, C. Johnson1, C. Chen2, and Hedong Liu2
1Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92032
2School for Marine Science and Technology, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, New Bedford, MA 02744-1221

We analize the sources of along- and cross-isobath variations in Lagrangian pathways in the Gulf of Maine. Along-shore winds and Scotian Shelf inflow are found to be particularly important to variations at all depths, while cross-isobath pathways in the upper ocean are particularly sensitive to wind.

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