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Measurements of short ocean waves during the MBL ARI West Coast Experiment

Klinke, Jochen; Jähne, Bernd

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  <dc:creator>Klinke, Jochen</dc:creator>
  <dc:creator>Jähne, Bernd</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Within the framework of the Marine Boundary Layers Accelerated Research
Initiative (MBL ARI) a buoy-mounted optical system was developed for the
measurement of the small-scale structure of the ocean surface with high
spatio-temporal resolution. The system is capable of measuring two wave
slope components in an area of 15 x 20 cm with a dynamic slope range
of more than +-1.25 at a sampling rate of 30 Hz. Wave number spectrabr /&gt;
up to a maximum wave number of 8000 rad/m can be measured with thebr /&gt;
instrument. During the MBL ARI West Coast Experiment the system wasbr /&gt;
successfully deployed in the field for the first time. Here, we provide abr /&gt;
detailed description of the instrument and present first results from thebr /&gt;
West Coast Experiment 1995./p&gt;</dc:description>
  <dc:subject>MBL ARI West Coast Experiment</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>short wind waves</dc:subject>
  <dc:subject>wind wave slope imaging</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>Measurements of short ocean waves during the MBL ARI West Coast Experiment</dc:title>
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