A Way to Measure the Residual Flow in the Lim Fjord

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Abstract

The Lim fjord in Denmark has two connections to the open sea. Therefore the residual flow through the Lim fjord is an important parameter in relation to salinity and concentration on nutrients. It is described how it has been possible to determine the residual flow from the observation of the duration of the tidal current going the same direction.
The purpose of the paper is to present the idea behind this field measurement technique and not to publish oceanographic data.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAalborg
PublisherLaboratoriet for Hydraulik og Havnebygning
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 1979
EventFjord Oceanographic Workshop - Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney B. C., Canada
Duration: 3 Jun 19797 Jun 1979
SeriesBulletin
Number15

Workshop

WorkshopFjord Oceanographic Workshop
LocationInstitute of Ocean Sciences
CountryCanada
CitySidney B. C.
Period03/06/197907/06/1979

Bibliographical note

Presented at the "Fjord Oceanographic Workshop", June, 1979 at Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney B.C., Canada

The paper appears as a short version of ther former Bulletin no. 11: "Bestemmelse af Limfjordens nettostrøm" (Determination of the residdual current in the Lim Fjord)

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Keywords

  • Lim Fjord
  • Residual Flow
  • Residual Current

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