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The semi enclosed Adriatic Sea, located in the North-Eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea, is a small regional sea strongly influenced by riverine inputs. In its northern shallow sub-basin both the physical and biogeochemical features are strongly influenced by the Po River together with some other minor ones through its freshwater plume, by buoyancy changes and nutrients and sediments lo.

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The major outcomes of this interaction are on primary production, on the rising of hypoxic and anoxic bottom water conditions, on the formation of strong salinity gradients that influence the water column structure and both coastal and basinwide circulation and on the formation processes of the Northern Adriatic Dense Water NAdDW. The NAdDW is a dense water mass that is formed during winter in the shallow Northern Adriatic under buoyancy loss conditions; it then travels southwardly along the Italian coasts reaching the Southern Adriatic after a few months.

The NAdDW formation process is mostly locally wind driven but it has been proved that freshwater discharges play an important preconditioning role, starting since the summer to the formation period. To investigate the relationship between the Po plume as a preconditioning factor and the subsequent dense water formation, the obtained by a numerical simulation with the Regional Ocean Modelling System ROMS have been statistically analyzed. The model has been implemented over the whole basin with a 2 km regular grid, and surface fluxes computed through a bulk fluxes formulation using an high resolution meteorological model COSMO I7.

The only open boundary the Otranto Strait is imposed from an operational Mediterranean model MFS and main rivers discharges are introduced as a freshwater mass fluxes measured by river gauges closest to the rivers' mouths. The model was run for 8 years, from to The semi enclosed Adriatic Sea is a sub basin of the Mediterranean Sea located in its northeastern part; it has a shallow northern part average depth of 40 m and a deep Southern Adriatic Pit SAP that reaches m. The presence of a wide continental shelf exposed to strong heat and momentum fluxes during winter Naperville ozawa dating makes the Naperville ozawa dating Adriatic a formation site of dense watersgenerally referred to as Northern Adriatic Dense Water NAdDW.

Once produced, it moves south as a quasi-geostrophically adjusted veinflowing along the Italian coast and enters the SAP giving origin to descent and cascading dense shelf water bringing into the deep layers oxygen, nutrients and organic compound. This resulted in a massive production of NAdDW. During the cruise, along with physical and chemical measurements, water and phytoplankton samples were collected at different depths. Usual abundance and distribution with a general decrease in phytoplankton abundance from the surface to the bottom were found in all stations with one exception.

The physical parameters of the water column showed s of the passage of the dense water vein lower temperature and higher dissolved oxygen concentrations hence it was hypothesized that those diatoms were actively transported by the NAdDW near-bottom stream.

A further. Anthropogenic CO2 in a dense water formation area of the Mediterranean Sea. There is growing evidence that the on-going ocean acidification of the Mediterranean Sea could be favoured by its active overturning circulation. The areas of dense water formation are, indeed, preferential sites for atmospheric carbon dioxide absorption and through them the ocean acidification process can quickly propagate into the deep layers. In this study we estimated the concentration of anthropogenic CO2 Cant in the dense water formation areas of the middle and southern Adriatic Sea.

Using the composite tracer TrOCA Tracer combining Oxygen, inorganic Carbon, and total Alkalinity and carbonate chemistry data collected throughout Marchour revealed that a massive amount of Cant has invaded all the identified water masses.

High Cant concentration was detected at the bottom layer of the Pomo Pit middle Adriatic, This anthropogenic contamination was clearly linked to the dense water formation events, which govern strong CO2 flux from the atmosphere to the sea and the sinking of denseCO2-rich surface waters to the deep sea. However, a very high Cant level The penetration of Cant in the Adriatic Sea determined a ificant pH reduction since the pre-industrial era - 0.

This estimation was very similar to the global Mediterranean Sea acidification, but it was again more pronounced at the bottom of the Pomo Pit, within the layer occupied by NAdDW - 0. Water in dense molecular clouds.

The G. Kuiper Airborne Observatory KAO was used to make initial observations of the half-millimeter ground-state transition of water in seven giant molecular clouds and in two late-type stars. No ificant detections were made, and the resulting upper limits are ificantly below those expected from other, indirect observations and from several theoretical models.

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Exp6-polar thermodynamics of dense supercritical water. We introduce a simple polar fluid model for the thermodynamics of dense supercritical water based on a Buckingham exp-6 core and point dipole representation of the water molecule.

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The proposed exp6-polar thermodynamics, based on ideas originally applied to dipolar hard spheres, performs very well when tested against molecular dynamics simulations. Comparisons of the model predictions with experimental data available for supercritical water yield excellent agreement for the shock Hugoniot, isotherms and sound speeds, and are also quite good for the self-diffusion constant and relative dielectric constant. We expect the present approach to be also useful for other small polar moleculesmore » and their mixtures.

On the dense water spreading off the Ross Sea shelf Southern Ocean. Our data show a nice agreement with data referring to the water masses present in this area and their dynamics.

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In more detail, our work is focused on the elementary mechanisms that are the most efficient in removing dense water from Naperville ozawa dating shelf: either classical mixing effects or density currents that interact with some topographic irregularity in order to drop to deeper levels, or also the variability of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current ACC which, in its meandering, can push the dense water off the shelf, thus interrupting its geostrophic flow.

We also discuss in detail the partial evidence of dramatic interactions of the dense water with bottom particulate, of geological or biological origin, thus generating impulsive or quasi-steady density-turbidity currents. This complex interaction allows one to consider bottom particular and dense water as a unique self-interacting system. In synthesis, this is a first tentative analysis of the effect of bottom particulate on the dense water dynamics in the Ross Sea. Proton dynamics and the phase diagram of dense water ice.

All the different phases of water ice between 2 GPa and several megabars are based on a single body-centered cubic sub-lattice of oxygen atoms. They differ only by the behavior of the hydrogen atoms. In this study, we investigate the dynamics of the H atoms at high pressures and temperatures in water ice from first-principles molecular dynamics simulations.

We report the first ab initio evidence for a plastic phase of water and we propose a coherent phase diagram for bcc water ices compatible with the two groups of melting curves and with the multiple anomalies reported in ice VII around 15 GPa.

Dense water plumes modulate richness and productivity of deep sea microbes.

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Growing evidence indicates that dense water formation and flow over the continental shelf is a globally relevant oceanographic process, potentially affecting microbial assemblages down to the deep ocean. However, the extent and consequences of this influence have yet to be investigated.

Here it is shown that dense water propagation to the deep ocean increases the abundance of prokaryotic plankton, and stimulates carbon production and organic matter degradation rates. Dense waters spilling off the shelf modifies community composition of deep sea microbial assemblages, leading to the increased relevance of taxa likely originating from the sea surface and the seafloor.

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This phenomenon can be explained by a combination of factors that interplay during the dense waters propagation, such as the transport of surface microbes to the ocean floor delivering in our site 0. Thus, these highlight a hitherto unidentified role for dense currents flowing over continental shelves in influencing deep sea microbes.

In light of climate projections, this process will affect ificantly the microbial functioning and biogeochemical cycling of large sectors of the ocean interior.

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On dense water formation in shelves of the Aegean Sea during the year We here Naperville ozawa dating the role of the rather virgin yearwhen some modern data are available but before the main EMT event. A combination of field, satellite and numerical model temperature and salinity data from PROTHEUS, as well as a coupled ocean-atmosphere model, are used to implement theoretical models. After its formation over a sloping shelf of some important points in the Aegean Sea, due to the strong cold winter winds, a dense water patch can either have a dramatic downflow or can start a slow geostrophic descent along shelves and then following isobaths, best described by streamtube models.

The most important, among these shelves characterized by a strong air sea interaction, have been identified from satellite data. The Northernmost shelves are those north of the island of Samothrace and in the Northern Thermaikos Gulf.

In agreement with the field measuraments of Georgopoulos et al. Most probably also the shelves around the Cycladic Plateau were affected by strong winds and contributed to the Aegean Sea deep water formation. In addition, other theoretical models of wind-induced coastal upwelling allow to infer temperature and salinity information of dense water dynamics along the shallow coasts and shelves of the Aegean Sea. A complex situation about the Cycladic Plateau dynamics is also analyzed in correlation with sediment locations.

Indeed seismic-reflection profiles confirm the presence of a contourite location along the northeast Cyclades Plateau shelves. All this interestingly opens novel prospective about the dense water coastal formation shelves.

In synthesis such field, numerical and satellite data.

Effects of the bottom boundary condition in numerical investigations of dense water cascading on a slope. The flow of dense water along continental slopes is considered. There is a large literature on the topic based on observations and laboratory experiments.

In addition, there are many analytical and numerical studies of dense water flows. In particular, there is a sequence of numerical investigations using the dynamics of overflow mixing and entrainment DOME setup.

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In these papers, the sensitivity of the solutions to numerical parameters such as grid size and numerical viscosity coefficients and to the choices of methods and models is investigated. In earlier DOME studies, three different bottom boundary conditions and a range of vertical grid sizes are applied. In other parts of the literature on numerical studies of oceanic gravity currents, there are statements that appear to contradict choices made on bottom boundary conditions in some of Naperville ozawa dating DOME papers.

In the present study, we therefore address the effects of the bottom boundary condition and vertical resolution in numerical investigations of dense water cascading on a slope. The main finding of the present paper is that it is feasible to capture the bottom Ekman layer dynamics adequately and cost efficiently by using a terrain-following model system using a quadratic drag law with a drag coefficient computed to give near-bottom velocity profiles in agreement with the logarithmic law of the wall.

Many studies of dense water flows are performed with a quadratic bottom drag law and a constant drag coefficient. It is shown that when using this bottom boundary condition, Ekman drainage will not be adequately represented. In other studies of gravity flow, a no-slip bottom boundary condition is applied. With no-slip and a very fine resolution near the seabed, the solutions are essentially equal to the solutions obtained with a quadratic drag law and a drag coefficient computed to produce velocity profiles matching the logarithmic law of the wall.

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However, with coarser resolution near the seabed, there may be a. Numerical study of underwater dispersion of dilute and dense sediment- water mixtures.

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As part of the nodule-harvesting process, sediment tailings are released underwater. Due to the long period of clouding in the water during the settling process, this presents a ificant environmental and ecological concern. One possible solution is to release a mixture of sediment tailings and seawater, with the aim of reducing the settling duration as well as the amount of spreading. In this paper, we present some of numerical simulations using the smoothed particle hydrodynamics SPH method to model the release of a fixed volume of pre-mixed sediment- water mixture into a larger body of quiescent water.

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This numerical model was validated in a study, which indicated ificant differences in the dispersion and settling process between dilute and dense mixtures, and that a dense mixture may be preferable. PubMed Central.

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