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Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, 1993-1995

Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, 1993-1995

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water chemistry -- Observations,
  • Hydrology -- Michigan, Lake -- Measurement,
  • Hydrology -- Michigan, Lake -- Observations,
  • Lakes -- Circulation -- Michigan, Lake -- Observations,
  • Lakes -- Circulation -- Michigan, Lake -- Measurement

  • Edition Notes

    StatementP.C. Liu, editor.
    GenreObservations.
    SeriesNOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL -- 103., GLERL contribution -- no. 1058.
    ContributionsLiu, P. C., Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination40 p.
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17837009M
    OCLC/WorldCa39357748

    Long-term E. coli trends in western Lake Erie. LE is a shallower, more turbid and more eutrophic lake than LM, and thereby served as an effective site for comparison to LM. Overall mean E. coli concentration for LE was log MPN/ ml ± SD (N = ), higher than LM (p Likewise, the nearshore-to-offshore increase in nutrients is easily explained by lake hydrodynamics and gravity forcing hypolimnetic settling of smaller silt and clay particles as shown by a decreasing bulk density with depth (e.g., Wetzel, ).

    Susan Och is Township Supervisor in Leland Township, Michigan, a township of permanent residents, an estima summer residents, and 29 miles of Lake Michigan coastline. Susan grew up near Olcott, NY, on the shores of Lake Ontario, and attended Buffalo State University. She is an active member of the Great Lakes Water Safety :// Of fish that migrated out of Saginaw Bay and were subsequently detected on receiver lines in Lake Huron, more than 50% left Saginaw Bay by the end of May (mean departure date: , SE = days) and 90% of detected fish migrated out of Saginaw Bay by J (Fig. 2).On average, female walleye exited Saginaw Bay 17 days earlier than male walleye (ANOVA, F = , df = (1, 80

    Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn ://   The influence of episodic, sediment resuspension on phytoplankton abundance/volume and composition, the photosynthetic maximum rate (PB max) and efficiency (αB), and chlorophyll-specific growth (μChl) was evaluated during the spring isothermal period in southern Lake Michigan (Laurentian Great Lakes, USA). Resuspension altered the nutrient and light climate of nearshore waters; light :AECO


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Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, 1993-1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

A high resolution nearshore hydrodynamic Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan contaminant transport model was developed to simulate various hydrodynamic and water quality conditions in the nearshore area to evaluate possible impacts on water intake.

Nearshore Hydrodynamics Studies in Western Lake Michigan, Cached. Download Links {Nearshore Hydrodynamics ?doi= Get this from a library. Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, [P C Liu; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.;] Nearshore Hydrodynamics Studies in Western Lake Michigan, By C.

Liu and A. Brooks. Abstract. The nearshore water of the Great Lakes is of vital interest to millions of residents. Lake water is often the focal point in issues concerning economic development, recreation, and public health.

A high resolution nearshore   NEARSHORE HYDRODYNAMICS STUDIES IN Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan LAKE MICHIGAN, P.C. LIU, Editor Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Ann Arbor, Michigan September N A T I O N A L N O C E A N I C A N D A T MOSP HE R I C D M I I S T R A I O N U.

D E P A R TMEN O F C O M M E R C E Nearshore Hydrodynamics Studies in Western Lake Michigan, Currents in the nearshore region of western Lake Michigan were characterized using measurements recorded at several mooring   Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, Personal Author: Environmental assessment for the Muskegon Lake Area of Concern habitat restoration project.

(CRP) proposes to release funding to the Great Lakes Commission (GLC) and the West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission (WMSRDC) under t We towed electronic instrumentation along the nearshore of Lake Michigan at a targeted bottom contour depth of 20 m.

We chose to tow along the m contour because this depth is representative of a broader to m region (Yurista et al., a, Yurista et al., b).The tom region surveyed represented 91% by volume of 0- to m in Lake ://   Nearshore Hydrodynamics Studies in Western Lake Michigan, P.C.

Liu () (PDF MB) TM Nearshore Current and Temperature Measurements, Western Lake Michigan. G.S. Miller () (PDF MB) TM Computer Program for Estimating Evapotranspiration using the Thornthwaite Method. C.E. Sellinger () (PDF 47 KB)   Nearshore marine habitats are productive and vulnerable owing to their connections to pelagic and terrestrial landscapes.

To understand how ocean basin- and local-scale conditions may influence nearshore species, we developed an annual index of nearshore production (spanning the period –) from growth increments recorded in otoliths of   To help monitor the transport of water within Green Bay and the exchange of waters between the bay and Lake Michigan, current meter moorings were deployed in the bay and in the passages separating the bay and Lake Michigan, from September to April (Part I: Winter) and again from May to September (Part II: Summer).

Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, Personal Author: Liu, P. Corporate Authors: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Published Date: Series: NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL ; GLERL contribution ; no.

Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study: hydrodynamic modeling project. Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, Personal Author: Liu, P. Accurate representations of lake-ice-atmosphere interactions in regional climate modeling remain one of the most critical and unresolved issues for understanding large-lake   within 1 year (Garton and Haag ).

These traits help zebra mussels rapidly colonize an empty niche and develop dense populations. For example, MacIsaac et al. () described fold increases in settled mussel densities in reefs in western Lake Erie from a maximum mean density of × individualsm-2 in May Nearshore Hydrodynamics studies in Western Lake Michigan.

Technical Report Jan ; Wavelet Spectrum Analysis and Ocean Wind Waves Wind Wave   Nearshore hydrodynamics studies in western Lake Michigan, Accurate representations of lake-ice-atmosphere interactions in regional climate modeling remain one of the most critical and unresolved issues for understanding large-lake ecosystems and their watersheds.

Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study: hydrodynamic modeling   MILLER, G.S. Nearshore current and temperature measurements, western Lake Michigan.

NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL GLERL, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI (NTIS# PBINZ) 42 pp. There is a long-standing appreciation that Lake Michigan is a spatially complex system in the vertical dimension. Predatory interactions change throughout the day due to diel vertical migration of zooplankton and fish, with zooplankton occurring in narrow depth bands during the day away from predators but in suboptimal conditions for feeding and growth (Bourdeau et al.,Vanderploeg et al Geomorphology of the southern Appalachians (Washington, Published by the National Geographic Society, [?]), by C.

Hayes and Marius R. Campbell (page images at HathiTrust) Alluvial fans and near-surface subsidence in western Fresno County, California, (Washington, U.S. Govt. Modeling as a Tool for Nutrient Management in Lake Erie: a Hydrodynamics Study Article in Journal of Great Lakes Research December with Reads How we measure 'reads'   GLERL Publication Abstracts: FY P.C., editor.

Nearshore Hydrodynamics studies in Western Lake Michigan. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL-GLERLGreat Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, (NTIS#PBINZ) 40 pp. Currents in the nearshore region of western Lake Michigan were characterized using measurements.

Hierarchical Multi-Scale Classification of Nearshore Aquatic Habitats of the Great Lakes: Western Lake Erie Article in Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(Dec ) December with 25 Nearshore hydrodynamics as loading and forcing factors for Escherichia coli contamination at an embayed beach among 23 similar Lake Michigan beaches during summer months ofin In Lake Michigan, these effects may have extended to the mid-depth region away from the nearshore due to the more extensive expansions of quagga mussels (Vanderploeg et al., ).

Physical mixing, in large stratified lakes, is a key process that affects the cycling of nutrient and ://