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|Authors: ||Faggioni, O.*|
Piangiamore, G. L.*
|Title: ||The newtonian approach in the meteorological tide waves forecasting: preliminary observations in the East Ligurian harbours|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Keywords: ||meteorological tide waves|
Newtonian sea level compensation
environmental harbours quality
|Abstract: ||Sea level oscillations are the superposition of many contributions, among which the main are astronomic and meteorological low-frequency tides. In Ligurian Sea meteo-tide components, being most ample than astronomic fluctuations, drive water exchange in harbours. The present note shows first results about port of Genoa concerning a coherency study between atmospheric variation and corresponding sea level adjustment (meteorological tide). The newtonian forecasting method of meteorological tides is based on measurements of time elapsing between barometric sea level unbalance (Δg) and its meteorological tide compensation (inverse barometer component).
Meteorological tide component is independent on the Earth-Moon-Sun gravitational relationships, moreover parameters related to the shifted water mass are too many to describe the phenomenon analytically (basin topography, barometric strength position and time, chemical water quality, off-shore sea circulation, etc.); then, meteorological tide can’t be accurately foreseen by atmospheric pressure measurements only.
A gravimeter can detect the geodetic unbalance starting time and a tide-gauge can detect the newtonian compensation (tide wave) coming time. The difference between these two times is the meteorological tide delay. An opportune statistic of this delay provides an experimental law typical for each harbour to forecast the meteo-tide compensation wave delay.
This paper describes the methodological procedure adopted and first evidences of the phenomenon in Genoa harbour.|
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Annals of Geophysics
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