Development and Propagation Of Internal Waves in the Mona Passage

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Description: A collaborative venture between the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagez (UPRM), Rutgers' Coastal Ocean Observing Laboratory (COOL) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently allowed detailed documentation of the development and propagation of a remarkable train of internal waves in the Mona Passage, a strait between the islands of Puerto Rico and Hispaniola that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea. Field Effort On October 17, 2007, Rutgers and UPRM scientists working aboard UPRM's RV Sultana launched COOL's Webb Research Corp. (East Falmouth, Massachusetts) Slocum Glider RUId, a long-range glidcr-typc autonomous underwater vehicle, off the south coast of Puerto Rico.
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