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Numerical Modelling of Tides in Hudson Bay and Ungava Bay.

Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.

Numerical Modelling of Tides in Hudson Bay and Ungava Bay.

by Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.

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SeriesCanadian contractor report of hydrography and ocean sciences -- 13
ContributionsChandler, P.
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Open LibraryOL21944530M

This paper summarizes the analysis and modelling of tides in the Bay of Bengal carried out as part of a W.M.O. storm surge research project for Bangladesh. The dominant tidal constituents are M 2, S 2 and K 1 and the tidal range can be as high as 3 m. Finite-difference numerical models have been developed to check observations and resolve Cited by: Leaf River (French: Rivière aux Feuilles; Inuktitut: Kuugaaluk ["the large river"] or Itinniq ["where there are spring tides"]) is a river in northern Quebec, Canada, at the northern limit of the tree flows from Lake Minto northeast through the Ungava Peninsula into Leaf Bay off Ungava Bay over a distance of kilometres ( mi). At the head of Leaf Bay is the Inuit community of Country: Canada.

The resonant response is particularly strong within Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay. It is shown here that the semi-diurnal tide in Hudson Strait has characteristics that are similar to those of a half-wavelength open channel resonance. A simple analytical model is developed to account for the salient aspects of the semi-diurnal response in the. The tides in this basin are directly caused by tide-generating forces and the semidiurnal tides prevail over diurnal tides. Based on the Princeton Ocean Model (POM), a numerical model of tides in the Black Sea and adjacent Sea of Azov was developed and found to be in good agreement with tide .

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hess, K. W. Numerical tidal model of Narragansett Bay. Kingston: University of Rhode Island, (OCoLC) Von Trepka, L., Investigations of the Tides in the Persian Gulf by means of a Hydrodynamic-numerical model. Proceedings of Symposium on Mathematical-Hydrodynamical Investigations of the Physical Processes in the Sea. Institute fur Meereskunde der Universitat Author: K. Z. Elahi, R. A. Ashrafi.


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Numerical Modelling of Tides in Hudson Bay and Ungava Bay by Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A two-dimensional numerical model is developed to study the cooscillating and independent tides in Hudson Bay. The high tides of Ungava Bay were studied by Arbic et al. () using a time-dependent numerical model. This showed that the tides of the region were affected by a quarter-wavelength resonance between the coast and the deep ocean.

The resonance mode also showed maxima elsewhere in Foxe Basin and Hudson Bay which, following the recent study of. Statement As required under the University Ordinance (vi), I state that the present thesis entitled ‘Numerical modelling of tides and storm surges in the Bay of Bengal’ is my original research work carried out at the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa and that no.

model, (2) a numerical normal mode analysis, and (3) a numerical initial value problem in which, starting from high (or low) tide inside the bay, the sea level is allowed to oscillate freely but with damping by internal friction and by radiation into an otherwise quiescent ocean.

Response Analysis [4] The dominant tide in the Ungava/Hudson system, asCited by: models earlier to understand the dynamics of tidal propagation. Notably, Naidu and Sarma8 developed a two-dimensional numerical model, in which the bottom friction was parameterized as a function of roughness length and water depth, to estimate the tide-induced currents in the Thane creek and calibrated with Size: KB.

In this paper we use three approaches to quantify the resonant period of Ungava Bay: (1) a response analysis in which the observed frequency dependence of the response of the Ungava/Hudson system to outside tidal forcing is fitted to a simple model, (2) a numerical normal mode analysis, and (3) a numerical initial value problem in which, starting from high (or low) tide inside the bay, the sea Cited by:   A vertically integrated two‐dimensional (2‐D) and a five‐layer three‐dimensional (3‐D) numerical models were developed to compute the tides in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt.

The computational grid used to schematize the Gulf has a horizontal resolution of 3 × 3 km and consists of a lattice of 23 × points in the 2‐D model and five such lattices in the 3‐D by: 1.

This is especially evident along the NW coast of Australia, the Patagonian Shelf, the English Channel, Bristol Channel, Liverpool Bay, the Bay of Fundy, Ungava Bay, and the Yellow Sea. In the first two examples listed, the shelf width and depth are such that the shelf is approximately in resonance with the M 2 tide (Clarke and Battisti High resolution tidal model of Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Baffin Bay and Hudson Bay is developed.

Ice induced variability of the tidal constants is especially large in the near resonant basins. Varying ice cover seasonally in the CAA also impacts tides in the adjacent open by: 3.

A two-dimensional numerical model of the M 2 tide in Ungava Bay, Hudson Strait, Hudson Bay, and Foxe Basin is used to predict the possible mean positions of tidal fronts. These frontal regions separate areas of vertical tidal mixing from areas of summer stratification and mark possible regions of locally increased biological by: ().

The semi‐diurnal tide in Hudson strait as a resonant channel oscillation. Atmosphere-Ocean: Vol. 48, No. 3, pp. Cited by: Hudson Bay (Gagnon & Gough, ) Lower ice concentrations in the northern and northwestern portions of Hudson Bay (Gagnon & Gough, ) Higher ice concentrations in the southern part of Hudson Bay, particular to the north of Belcher Islands, due to increasing concentrations of small ice floes that are pushed to the south-east.

On the tides and resonances of Hudson Bay and Hudson Strait The resonances of Hudson Bay, Foxe Basin and Hudson Strait are investigated using a linear shallow water numerical model. The region is of particular interest because it is the most important region of the world ocean for dissipating tidal by: 8.

Ice induced variability of tides in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, including Baffin Bay and Hudson Strait/ Hudson Bay system, was studied by means of a new high resolution tidal model. Get this from a library. Numerical modelling of tides in Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay.

[P C P Chandler; S de Margerie; J D Covill]. Ocean Tide Modelling, Part 1 M.S. Bos [email protected] Centro Interdisciplinar de Investigac¸ao Marinha e Ambiental (CIIMAR),˜ University of Porto, PortugalFile Size: 4MB.

Abstract The tides of Leaf Basin in Ungava Bay may be the world's highest. An analysis of the frequency dependence of the response to outside forcing, a normal mode analysis, and a study of the damped oscillation of an initial disturbance, suggest that the Ungava Bay/Hudson Strait region has a natural period of about hours and so is close to resonance with the tidal forcing.

Abstract. The resonances of Hudson Bay, Foxe Basin and Hudson Strait are investigated using a linear shallow water numerical model.

The region is of particular interest because it is the most important region of the world ocean for dissipating tidal energy. The model shows that the semi-diurnal tides of the region are dominated by four nearby overlapping : D.J. Webb. Abstract. The resonances of Hudson Bay, Foxe Basin and Hudson Strait are investigated using a linear shallow water numerical model.

The region is of particular interest because it is the most important region of the world ocean for dissipating tidal energy. The model shows that the semi-diurnal tides of the region are dominated by four nearby overlapping : D. Webb. The Tides, Currents, and Water Levels Web Site provides predicted times and heights of high and low waters, and the hourly water levels for over seven hundred stations in Canada.

The printed version is published yearly and is available through the authorized chart dealers. It is also possible to obtain water level observations.

About Cookies, including instructions on how to turn off cookies if you wish to do so. By continuing to browse this site you agree to us using cookies as described in .Ungava Bay is a large bay in northeastern Canada separating Nunavik (far northern Quebec) from Baffin bay is roughly oval-shaped, about km ( mi) at its widest point and about km ( mi) in length; it has an area of approximat km 2 (19, sq mi).

It is generally fairly shallow, under m ( ft), though at its border with the Atlantic Ocean depths of almost.The text first presents the essential information on the theory of tide, and then proceeds to tackling the studies on the equations of tidal dynamics.

Next, the book covers the numerical methods for the solution of the equations of tidal dynamics. Chapter 4 deals with the tides in the World Ocean, while Chapter 5 talks about the bottom boundary Manufacturer: Pergamon.