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The surface circulation in the Coral and Tas-man Sea


, : The surface circulation in the Coral and Tas-man Sea. Australia Commonwealth Sci And Indust Res Organ Div Fish And Oceanogr Tech Paper 8: 2-44

Monthly charts of surface currents and streamlines have been prepared from ships' observations for the waters to the east of Australia between 5 and 48[degree] S., 142 and 180[degree] E. The seasonal variations of the different current branches, their interactions, and their role in the general circulation are discussed. The positions of the Subtropical Convergence were determined. An area of divergent movements and upwelling exists as a permanent feature in the Coral Sea. The observed departure of the East Australian Current from the coast of New South Wales south of 32[degree] S. was also confirmed as a permanent phenomenon, being related to a divergent flow pattern. When strong southerly winds blow the East Australian Current is accompanied by a counter-current, or vanishes completely. Regions of divergence and convergence have been investigated, and it is shown that the surplus of inflow into this region is almost balanced by the sinking in the two convergences.

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