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Monitoring and Assessment of Boundary Fluxes in Darwin Harbour

Show simple item record Williams, David (DK) Makarynskyy, Oleg (O) Butler, Ed (ECV) 2018-02-14T03:05:15Z 2018-11-01T03:24:03Z 2018-02-14T03:05:15Z 2018-11-01T03:24:03Z 2016-05
dc.identifier.citation Williams DK, Makarynskyy O, Butler ECV (2016) Monitoring and Assessments of Boundary Fluxes in Darwin Harbour. Report prepared for NT Department of Land Resource Management. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Darwin (98 pp) en_AU
dc.description.abstract Darwin Harbour is macro-tidal estuary with tidal range of up to 8 metres. The mean spring tide variations are around 6 metres, and the mean neap tide variations are up to 3 metres. The tides are semi-diurnal and show a degree of inequality between each tide which means the tidal range of an incoming tide is not the same as the next outgoing tide. It is a shallow estuary with water depth of 20–30 m in the main channel at the mouth of the Darwin Harbour, a maximum depth of around 40 m within the harbour, decreasing to 5–10 m in its arms. en_AU
dc.language.iso en_AU en_AU
dc.publisher AIMS, Darwin en_AU
dc.relation.ispartofseries Northern Territory Government;
dc.title Monitoring and Assessment of Boundary Fluxes in Darwin Harbour en_AU
dc.type report en_AU

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