Analyses of atmospheric and marine observations along the Turkish coast

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2012
Tutsak, Ersin
Time series and spectral analyses are applied to meteorological data (wind velocity, air temperature, barometric pressure) and sea level measurements from a total of 13 monitoring stations along the Turkish Coast. Analyses of four-year time series identify main time scales of transport and motion while establishing seasonal characteristics, i.e. distinguishing, for instance, between winter storms and summer sea-breeze system. Marine flow data acquired by acoustic doppler current pro filers (ADCP) is also analyzed to better understand the response of the Turkish Strait System dynamics to short-term climatic variability. The cumulative results obtained from these analyses determine temporal and spatial scales of coastal atmospheric and marine fluxes as affected by the regional climate system.

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E. Tutsak, “Analyses of atmospheric and marine observations along the Turkish coast,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2012.