Amplitudes of Surface Currents (animations)
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Three animations:Amplitudes of Surface Currents in July 2009 (Harmonic Analyzed K-1 component at 3pm); Amplitudes of Surface Currents in August 2009 (Harmonic Analyzed K-1 component at 3pm) Amplitudes of Surface Currents in September 2009; (Harmonic Analyzed K-1 component at 3pm)These animations are supplementary to "The relationship between sea breeze forcing and hf radar-derived surface currents in Monterey Bay", by Emre Tukenmez (https://calhoun.nps.edu/handle/10945/42747)
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