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ADCPs Help to Reveal Trans-Tasman Pathway of Internal Tide

Surf’s up… down deep. The waters of the deep sea show layers with distinctive and persistent values of temperature and salinity. Scientists think that a dynamic balance maintains these steady values. Part of this balance is that heat must mix downward from the upper layers in order to warm cold deep waters from the poles. Questions about how and where this downward heat flux occurs are *hot* research topics​. Teledyne RD Instruments Workhorse ADCPs play a vital role in helping to understand more about these topics in an attempt to answer some of these questions, specifically in Australia, operating in the Tasman Sea.

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