Thursday April 17, 2014 Site Updated: April 15, 2014 Doron Nof, Ph.D.
Distinguished Nansen Professor of Physical Oceanography
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Mailing Address: Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
419, 117 N. Woodward Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32306
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Reddy Maker Video Feature

Analysis video of current research on eddy dynamics

Eddies generated by a a subcritical bottom slope. Upstream the bottom has a strong enough slope to sustain a continuous unbroken current (i.e., the slope is supercritical). In the region between 0 and 200 kilometers the slope is reduced to a subcritical value so the current can only exist there as a chain of eddies. Farther downstream the slope returns to the high supercritical upstream values so the eddies merge and form a continuous current similar to the upstream flow.

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Red Sea Video Feature


Part of a CBS Video program describing the Red Sea crossing theories.

Discovery Channel program describing the Red Sea crossing theories

 

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