The Study Of Stratification And Stability Of Qeshm Island West Coast Water | 18456
Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Persian Gulf is one of the most important bodies of water which has a very difficult and overwhelming dominant ecosystem
due to severe environmental conditions such as temperature and salinity. Gheshm Island has a fundamental role in the
diversity of biological behavior as well as available dispersion. Characterization of ecological resources is the first step for any
study to identify factors influencing the behaviors and conditions are in the sea. The study of circular parameters within the
sight and physical concept, to clear up some of physical oceanography phenomena are useful. Ocean areas by nature have
double-diffusion convection because of the existing salinity and temperature differences in various depths. As part of the ocean
has a temperature inversion (temperature increasing with depth). In the Island, there are two procedures of dual diffusion
convection; including finger and diffusive regime, which have a conventional role in creating temperature inversion. Effects of
bottom topography and coastline drastic changes influence the double diffusive convection. Environment's action like Mangro
Jungle (Hara) and the result of tide near the Hormoz Strait, the flow of sweet waters from the Ocean due to salinity and rich
materials have been analyzed. The time series of air and water could be analyzed by the relation of each other and the spread
of the time series and Richardson Numbers in layers of water and the result of Regression. At the beginning of hot days, due to
the temperature change in column of water, Thermocline layer appears. The existence of Thermocline layer in summer is the
result of hot water capacity and lock of penetration of hot water in winter into the lower layers.
Maryam Khoshkhou graduated from Shiraz University in BA, Nuclear Physics and received MA from Tehran University of Science and Research in Physical
Oceanography. She worked as a teacher for 17 years, and also 5 years in university. She has rendered 13 articles in domestic conferences and one article in
domestic and overseas conferences. At present, she works for one of the Education centers.
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