ocean: Vertical Shear Ocean Data


This data is collected by an instrument dropped over the side of a ship in the ocean. As the instrument descends vertically in the water it collects information as a function of depth. The ocean data set is a record of the horizontal (shear) velocity of the water measured in 0.1 increments starting from a depth of 489.5 meters and ending at 899.0 meters. This series was collected and supplied by Mike Gregg, Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington.

See Also

nile, atomclock, ecg, fdp045.



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