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The potential of remote sensing for the measurement of waves and currents in U.K. waters

The potential of remote sensing for the measurement of waves and currents in U.K. waters
The potential of remote sensing for the measurement of waves and currents in U.K. waters
british waters, staffpub, radar imagery, wave measurements, current measurement, currents, waves, northwest european shelf waters
208
Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
Allan, T. D.
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Pitt, E. G.
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Tucker, M. J.
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Allan, T. D.
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Pitt, E. G.
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Tucker, M. J.
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Allan, T. D., Pitt, E. G. and Tucker, M. J. (1984) The potential of remote sensing for the measurement of waves and currents in U.K. waters (Institute of Oceanographic Sciences internal document, 208) Wormley, Surrey, UK. Institute of Oceanographic Sciences

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Published date: 1984
Keywords: british waters, staffpub, radar imagery, wave measurements, current measurement, currents, waves, northwest european shelf waters
Organisations: National Oceanography Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 392512
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/392512
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Author: T. D. Allan
Author: E. G. Pitt
Author: M. J. Tucker

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