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Sponge .Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020  Philippines Regarding underwater revitalization, the NGO Sca...
26/06/2021

Sponge .Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines Regarding underwater revitalization, the NGO Scaph Pro researches in the immersion of artificial reefs: The following effects
- Protect spawning grounds to support natural reproduction.
- Reinforce nursery areas by increasing the protection for juveniles in order to promote the development of the first stages of life.
- Fix the flora and fauna present naturally and allow them to develop, thus creating the food chains necessary for biological revitalization

Sponge .Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines Regarding underwater revitalization, the NGO Scaph Pro researches in the immersion of artificial reefs: The following effects
- Protect spawning grounds to support natural reproduction.
- Reinforce nursery areas by increasing the protection for juveniles in order to promote the development of the first stages of life.
- Fix the flora and fauna present naturally and allow them to develop, thus creating the food chains necessary for biological revitalization

Third generation artificial reef.Scaph Pro NGO Artificial Reef ..... works mainly on the repair and restoration of aquat...
20/06/2021

Third generation artificial reef.

Scaph Pro NGO Artificial Reef ..... works mainly on the repair and restoration of aquatic environments.
Overexploitation looking for the responsible

- The rarer the fish, the more expensive it
- The more expensive the fish, the more it attracts new operators.
- More new operators, leads to collapse of profit.
The consequences are Biological and political

Too much exploitation of adult fish results in not enough juveniles, Sometimes individuals are caught too early, too young and therefore too small.
Policy:
We can see now that it is a question of balance between what nature can generate and the insatiable nature of financiers in search of individual profit.

Often the causes of damage are overfishing. A problem which comes at the base of an economy which has taken no account of the ecological factors linked to overexploitation.

JFM Scaph Pro Team

Third generation artificial reef.

Scaph Pro NGO Artificial Reef ..... works mainly on the repair and restoration of aquatic environments.
Overexploitation looking for the responsible

- The rarer the fish, the more expensive it
- The more expensive the fish, the more it attracts new operators.
- More new operators, leads to collapse of profit.
The consequences are Biological and political

Too much exploitation of adult fish results in not enough juveniles, Sometimes individuals are caught too early, too young and therefore too small.
Policy:
We can see now that it is a question of balance between what nature can generate and the insatiable nature of financiers in search of individual profit.

Often the causes of damage are overfishing. A problem which comes at the base of an economy which has taken no account of the ecological factors linked to overexploitation.

JFM Scaph Pro Team

Didemnum molle / Tunicate . Artificial reef program Scaph Pro Philippines . Operation Blue Pipe 2020
16/06/2021

Didemnum molle / Tunicate . Artificial reef program Scaph Pro Philippines . Operation Blue Pipe 2020

Didemnum molle / Tunicate . Artificial reef program Scaph Pro Philippines . Operation Blue Pipe 2020

Honoré Kouadio is the representative of the NGO Scaph Pro Artificial Reef, in Côte d'Ivoire West Africa ... Its mission ...
09/06/2021

Honoré Kouadio is the representative of the NGO Scaph Pro Artificial Reef, in Côte d'Ivoire West Africa ... Its mission is to meet the government authorities, to feel and analyze the needs of local populations in terms of development related to marine ecology.

Honoré Kouadio is the representative of the NGO Scaph Pro Artificial Reef, in Côte d'Ivoire West Africa ... Its mission is to meet the government authorities, to feel and analyze the needs of local populations in terms of development related to marine ecology.

Pseudomonacanthus macrurus.Artificial Reef Program / Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Sea u...
31/05/2021

Pseudomonacanthus macrurus.Artificial Reef Program / Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 Pic Jean Franncois Marailhac Scaph Pro Team.

Pseudomonacanthus macrurus.Artificial Reef Program / Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 Pic Jean Franncois Marailhac Scaph Pro Team.

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood .Nassirou Thior. Babacar Thior. Sekou Sarr .Scaph Pro Senegal. These ...
28/05/2021

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood .Nassirou Thior. Babacar Thior. Sekou Sarr .Scaph Pro Senegal. These men of honor (Eco Guards of Sine Saloum) were trained to respond to scientific monitoring diving missions in connection with the NGO's artificial reef programs.

Hydrodynamics is a key factor for the evolution and development of artificial reefs.Artificial reef techniques have chal...
20/05/2021

Hydrodynamics is a key factor for the evolution and development of artificial reefs.

Artificial reef techniques have challenged researchers on the importance of the hydrological factor in the concept of realization. In fact, under water the nouriturre is brought by the currents and the effectiveness of the device will depend on this taking into consideration.

Upwelling and downwelling along a coast occurs when strong, regular winds blow parallel to the coast. Due to the force of Coriolis on a rotating Earth, water from the upper layers of the ocean is carried to the right of the wind direction. This is known as Ekman transport. For southerly winds along a north-south coast, surface water is carried offshore. In order to conserve the mass, the water deeper under this layer must then rise to replace it along the coastal limit, that is to say upwelling. The descent would occur in the opposite configuration.


Hydrodynamics is a key factor for the evolution and development of artificial reefs.


A methodology for determining the geometry of an artificial reef is proposed.


The food supply of the artificial reef was analyzed.

Two hydrodynamic models were applied to study the arrangements of artificial reefs.

For the evolution and development of artificial reefs to achieve the expected results, hydrodynamics emerges as a key factor that must be analyzed in detail. In particular, thanks to the hydrodynamics of a given coastal area, an appropriate water circulation and velocity within the reef can increase the yield and the renewal of nutrients favorable to larval colonization, while reducing sedimentation. .

Hydrodynamics is a key factor for the evolution and development of artificial reefs.

Artificial reef techniques have challenged researchers on the importance of the hydrological factor in the concept of realization. In fact, under water the nouriturre is brought by the currents and the effectiveness of the device will depend on this taking into consideration.

Upwelling and downwelling along a coast occurs when strong, regular winds blow parallel to the coast. Due to the force of Coriolis on a rotating Earth, water from the upper layers of the ocean is carried to the right of the wind direction. This is known as Ekman transport. For southerly winds along a north-south coast, surface water is carried offshore. In order to conserve the mass, the water deeper under this layer must then rise to replace it along the coastal limit, that is to say upwelling. The descent would occur in the opposite configuration.


Hydrodynamics is a key factor for the evolution and development of artificial reefs.


A methodology for determining the geometry of an artificial reef is proposed.


The food supply of the artificial reef was analyzed.

Two hydrodynamic models were applied to study the arrangements of artificial reefs.

For the evolution and development of artificial reefs to achieve the expected results, hydrodynamics emerges as a key factor that must be analyzed in detail. In particular, thanks to the hydrodynamics of a given coastal area, an appropriate water circulation and velocity within the reef can increase the yield and the renewal of nutrients favorable to larval colonization, while reducing sedimentation. .

Neoclinus blanchardi. Operation   Blue Pipe 2020 . Artificial reef Program . Scaph Pro Team . Philippines .
08/05/2021

Neoclinus blanchardi. Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . Artificial reef Program . Scaph Pro Team . Philippines .

Neoclinus blanchardi. Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . Artificial reef Program . Scaph Pro Team . Philippines .

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines/Operation Blue Pipe2020  Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / ...
29/04/2021

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines
/Operation Blue Pipe2020 Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines Jean François Marailhac

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines
/Operation Blue Pipe2020 Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines Jean François Marailhac

Scaph Pro News
21/04/2021
Des récifs artificiels en bambous

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Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Des récifs artificiels en bambous, Author: SUBECO, Name: Des récifs ...

Sponge and Soft Corals, Artificial Reef Program for the Philippines. Operation Blue Pipe 2020. Picture Jean Francois Mar...
19/04/2021

Sponge and Soft Corals, Artificial Reef Program for the Philippines. Operation Blue Pipe 2020. Picture Jean Francois Marailhac. Scaph Pro Philippines.

Sponge and Soft Corals, Artificial Reef Program for the Philippines. Operation Blue Pipe 2020. Picture Jean Francois Marailhac. Scaph Pro Philippines.

Scaph Pro news
13/04/2021
Scaph Pro, du bassin d'Arcachon aux Philippines - Mer & Océan

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Incollable sur les hippocampes, anémones de mer et toute autre forme de vie sous-marine, la quinzaine de scaphandriers de l’ONG Scaph Pro plonge irrémédiablement dans toutes les eaux du monde depuis 19 ans. L’association est spécialisée dans la biologie, l’archéologie, la typologie sous-...

Hard coral, Echinoderms, Sponges, Artificial Reef Program. Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines. Pic Jeff Maraillhac Sca...
07/04/2021

Hard coral, Echinoderms, Sponges, Artificial Reef Program. Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines. Pic Jeff Maraillhac Scaph Pro Team

Hard coral, Echinoderms, Sponges, Artificial Reef Program. Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines. Pic Jeff Maraillhac Scaph Pro Team

Scaph Pro News https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/nouvelle-aquitaine/gironde/arcachon/recifs-artificiels-associatio...
01/04/2021
Récifs artificiels : une association du Bassin d'Arcachon vient en aide aux pêcheurs du monde

Scaph Pro News https://france3-regions.francetvinfo.fr/nouvelle-aquitaine/gironde/arcachon/recifs-artificiels-association-du-bassin-arcachon-vient-aide-aux-pecheurs-du-monde-1360573.html

Un nouvelle aventure pour ces bénévoles du Cap Ferret : l'association va implanter des récifs artificiels au Sénégal pour aider les habitants à vivre des ressources naturelles de la mer. Elle est déjà présente aux Philippines....

Scaph Pro News . 2021
25/03/2021

Scaph Pro News . 2021

Scaph Pro News . 2021

Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . After just one year, the expected effect of natural coral propagati...
16/03/2021

Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . After just one year, the expected effect of natural coral propagation develops on this specific module. Thanks to these new techniques, this hard coral has grown by more than 8 cm in the space of a year without any cutting operation.

Artificial Reef Program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . After just one year, the expected effect of natural coral propagation develops on this specific module. Thanks to these new techniques, this hard coral has grown by more than 8 cm in the space of a year without any cutting operation.

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood
04/03/2021

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood
04/03/2021

Artificial reef program Senegal Operation Dry Wood

Visit of the French Ambassador to Senegal for the evaluation of Operation Dry Wood (Artificial Reef Program) NGO Scaph P...
28/02/2021

Visit of the French Ambassador to Senegal for the evaluation of Operation Dry Wood (Artificial Reef Program) NGO Scaph Pro)

Visit of the French Ambassador to Senegal for the evaluation of Operation Dry Wood (Artificial Reef Program) NGO Scaph Pro)

Scaph Pro news 2021
18/02/2021

Scaph Pro news 2021

Scaph Pro news 2021

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines/Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 ...
01/02/2021

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines
/Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Pic from Video / Jean François Marailhac / Scaph Pro Team

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines
/Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Pic from Video / Jean François Marailhac / Scaph Pro Team

Asthenosoma varium /Artificial Reef Program /Operation Blue Pipe 2020 .  Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pr...
21/01/2021

Asthenosoma varium /Artificial Reef Program /Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Pic Jeff Marailhac

Asthenosoma varium /Artificial Reef Program /Operation Blue Pipe 2020 . Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Pic Jeff Marailhac

Soft Coral and Gorgonian . Artificial reef program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines . Deep 36 M . Pic Jean Françoi...
22/12/2020

Soft Coral and Gorgonian . Artificial reef program . Operation Blue Pipe 2020 Philippines . Deep 36 M . Pic Jean François Marailhac Scaph Pro Team

These gorgons developed in less than two years. Operation Blue Pipe Philippines. artificial reef program. Image Jean Fra...
07/12/2020

These gorgons developed in less than two years. Operation Blue Pipe Philippines. artificial reef program. Image Jean Francois Marailhac. Scaph Pro Team

Scaphpro  Artificial Reef  Recherche océanographique
26/11/2020

Scaphpro Artificial Reef Recherche océanographique

Sponge , Tunicate and hard Coral . Artificial reef program Operation Green Reef 2020 Philippines . Pic Jeff Marailhac . Scaph Pro 𝑻𝒆𝒂𝒎

Sponge , Tunicate and hard Coral . Artificial reef program Operation Green Reef 2020  Philippines . Pic Jeff Marailhac ....
26/11/2020

Sponge , Tunicate and hard Coral . Artificial reef program Operation Green Reef 2020 Philippines . Pic Jeff Marailhac . Scaph Pro 𝑻𝒆𝒂𝒎

Paramonacanthus japonicus .Artificial Reef Program / Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Sea u...
25/10/2020

Paramonacanthus japonicus .Artificial Reef Program / Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 Pic Jean Franncois Marailhac Scaph Pro Team

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines/Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 ...
15/10/2020

Plotosus lineatus / Artificial reef program philippines
/Operation Blue Pipe 2020 / Sea urchin module DBS 01 modified 18 / Scaph Pro Philippines / San Juan / Pic from Video / Jean François Marailhac / Scaph Pro Team

Artificial reefs: an association from the Arcachon Basin is helping fishermen around the worldA new adventure for these ...
10/10/2020
Récifs artificiels : une association du Bassin d'Arcachon vient en aide aux pêcheurs du monde

Artificial reefs: an association from the Arcachon Basin is helping fishermen around the world
A new adventure for these volunteers from Cap Ferret: the association is going to set up artificial reefs in Senegal to help the inhabitants to live off the natural resources of the sea. It is already present in the Philippines. A story that has its roots in the Arachon Basin.

Passionate people ... they love their planet, especially the big blue. So these professional divers, fishermen, scientists, videographers embarked on a sacred mission. Repopulate the seas, just that. From the Philippines to Senegal, a whole program.

Birth on the Basin
The association sprouted on the banks of the Arcachon Basin. The President, Jean-François Marhailac, also a diver, remembers:
It is 1999 and the topography must be drawn up to monitor the erosion of the tip of Cap Ferret. This was a request from the prefecture and the Town Hall of Lège Cap Ferret at the time. Then the cartography of the Basin was made in 2010 for the mission of creating the Marine Park.

Professionals and enthusiasts combine their know-how, thus born of this need the rest of the story that takes them to distant seas.
In the Basin there is also a need to give a little life, which the association does. And there, the story is not new: as a reference the harvest of oyster and mussel spat in the vicinity of blocks of stones of different sizes submerged on the bottom. This gave birth to oyster farming. Oyster farmers have had a method for a long time. Thanks to submerged limed tiles, oysters and spat are born, which stick to them.

Tiles, why not pieces of wood, metal structures, or any other material that when submerged will have the same effect?

Heading for the Philippines
For the Philippines, it will be bamboo! There, we must repair the disasters caused by the blasting of corals and overexploitation of juveniles. The Cap Ferret NGO has been transferring its know-how to the island of Leyte since 2014. Together with the local population, it installs artificial reefs to restore the fishery resource damaged by overfishing. The reefs here are built in bamboo in the greatest Asian tradition of artificial reefs and developed in new marine protected areas.

Jean-François Marailhac, head of the association, is currently in the Philippines. We contacted him on site:
Bamboo is ideal for the Philippines because it is abundant and less expensive than any other material. It easily adapts to the design of the artificial reef

The NGO temporarily employs about ten Filipino workers for the construction of the modules and plays a role in the education of some villages.

The originality of the NGO, born in the Basin, is the presence of class B divers who have worked at scientific sites, such as Jean-François Marhailac.
Artificial reefs for diving tourists

This time it's in Senegal. The Gironde departmental council gave them a mission: to create reefs in the Siné Saloum Delta to give birth to ecotourism. How? 'Or' What ? Simple: they should create an attic for marine life. Thus, fishermen and ecotourism professionals should, in the future, see their resources increase and the creation of a diving club meet the wishes of tourists. The association is also there to provide education to perpetuate good nature protection practices.

Jean-François Marhailac specifies:
The department very quickly had hooks with our NGO for its common sense of helping public services and its environmental commitment to repairing errors and excesses in the fishing sector.

Across the planet, but also vigilant in the Basin. A large part of the team is still on standby and working on maintaining good environmental conditions in this gem close to us.

Un nouvelle aventure pour ces bénévoles du Cap Ferret : l'association va implanter des récifs artificiels au Sénégal pour aider les habitants à vivre des ressources naturelles de la mer. Elle est déjà présente aux Philippines....

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Groupe de suivi scientifique spécialisé en récif artificiel , mandaté par la coopération internationale française Gestionnaire de site d'implantation de récifs artificiels

Elle regroupe une équipe pluridisciplinaire composée de professionnels de la mer, scaphandriers professionnels, scientifiques, océanographes, archéologues, photographes, architectes etc. Sa philosophie est l'aide au développement de la recherche océanographique et archéologique où la présence de scaphandriers de classe B rodés aux chantiers scientifiques détenant des compétences propres à chaque discipline, est nécessaire , tout en apportant aux chercheurs et aux collectivités une logistique plongée professionnelle et une aide dans le montage de dossiers.

LES RÉCIFS ARTIFICIELS Les récifs artificiels sont utilisés dans les eaux côtières de nombreuses régions de la planète, ceci pour un vaste éventail des modes d'aménagement du littoral. Par définition, un récif artificiel est une structure immergée délibérément sur le fond marin. Ses objectifs sont la protection, la régénération, la concentration, le développement. La création des récifs artificiels dans la zone maritime en est encore à ses débuts.

Scaph Pro est un groupe de recherche international sous forme ONG , Actuellement responsable d'une aire marine protégés aux philippines a statut ( Artificial Reef AMP) , Elle a aussi travaillé à l'insertion de prisonniers de droits communs par l'apprentissage des techniques de récifs artificiels pour le gouvernement Suédois. L'organisation est composé de professionnels ( Scientifiques, Ingénieurs, Scaphandrier Classe B, Vidéastes et photographes professionnels travaillant en formation novatrice et concertée (sur le terrain), principalement par le biais de gouvernement local, avec les gens des communautés côtières qui bénéficient le plus directement d'un écosystème marin sain. Poussé par sa passion pour créer un développement durable, des outils pour les communautés concernées, Scaph Pro continue à se développer et diffuser des outils, des techniques et de la recherche pour une meilleure approche de la gestion du milieu marin qui comprend des aires marines protégées, des programmes de récif artificiel, des applications de la loi locale et d'autres pratiques participatives. Scaph Pro désire améliorer la qualité de vie des communautés côtières par la revitalisation sous marine et également conduit à la fourniture de services sociaux notamment dans l' ostréiculture et la réalisation de missions pour les aires marines protégés. Les domaines d'interventions de Scaph Pro recherche océanographique sont : _Les programmes de revitalisation sous marine, le concept et la réalisation de programmes de récifs artificiels. _l' environnement marin et sous marin avec des entreprises amicales, comme l'écotourisme marin, les culture marines . l'élevage de fruits de mer. La restauration des récifs coralliens . La restauration de Mangrove. La lutte anti érosion. _L' éducation liée à la gestion environnementale, l'efficacité énergétique, la gouvernance et la gestion financière. _Les études océanographiques, la topologie, la biologie marine, la taxonomie, la revitalisation sous Marine _ La création médiatique et culturelle liée à l’écologie sous marine , Films , Expositions , Conférences . _ Des actions directes de dépollutions , et des concepts de lutte anti Braconnage . Contact Responsable Mission Jean François Marailhac / Cartographe des Biocénoses et Président de Scaph Pro France 22 Avenue de la dune blanche 33950 Lége Cap Ferret France Tel : 00 33 6 69 34 11 12

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Je remercie à Monsieur Marailhac pour son travail
For weather forecasts on the sub-seasonal and seasonal time scale and for ten-year forecasts, it is essential to have an accurate estimate of the initial ocean conditions. To improve the estimate of the initial ocean conditions, more and better observations would be needed. These two key topics are fully discussed in this interesting article.
Merci , infiniment, pour tous vos articles ainsi que vos vidéos de très grandes qualités.
https://profumodimare.forumfree.it/?t=77731748#lastpost L'oceano globale è una porzione del pianeta vivente e mantenerlo sano significa proteggere anche noi stessi.
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The seasonal increase in water level of the seas and oceans. The opening was published in the Russian-German scientific peer-reviewed journal "Eastern European Scientific Journal" No. 3/2015. 64. June http://www.auris-archiv.de/journal.html Scientific journal "NBIX-Nauka. Technology" No. 4/2018. Page 104. (Nanotechnological Society of Russia) http://www.nanonewsnet.ru/news/2018/vyshel-chetvertyi-nomer-zhurnala-nbiks-naukatekhnologii A positive review was also received from the Institute of Geography of the Russian Waters of lakes, seas and oceans of the northern hemisphere rotate counterclockwise, and the waters of the southern hemisphere rotate clockwise, forming giant whirlpools. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_gyre The main reason for the rotation of the whirlpools are, local winds, flowing into the seas and oceans of the river and the deflecting force of Coriolis. And the higher the speed of the winds, the higher the rotation speed of the whirlpools, and as a consequence, the higher the centrifugal force of the whirlpools, thereby raising the level of the waters of the seas and oceans. And the lower the rotation speed of the whirlpools, the lower the water level of the seas and oceans .. The speed of the currents along the perimeter of the seas and oceans is not the same everywhere and depends on the depth of the coast. In the shallow part of the seas and oceans, the current moves rapidly, and in the deep-water part of the seas and oceans the current moves slowly. Seasonal water level rise is not observed throughout the coast of the seas and oceans, but only in those coasts where the high angular velocity of the currents and as a consequence, the high centrifugal force of the water. (Centrifugal force F = mv2 / r). On the rectilinear coasts, where the currents do not have angular velocity, the water level does not increase. The waters of the Gulf of Finland rotate counter-clockwise, forming a whirlpool in the form of an ellipse. And when the seasonal south-west winds untwist the whirlpool to 5 km / h, the centrifugal force of the whirlpool increases, so that the water level rises to 30 cm on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Finland. A similar scheme of seasonal water level rise is observed in all lakes, seas and oceans .. The average depth of the Gulf of Finland is about 50 meters, on the east coast about 5 meters, in the west of the bay about 100 meters, for this reason, on the eastern coast of the Gulf of Finland, the linear and angular velocity of the currents is much higher (by how much less the depth of the coast, ) .. In the Gulf of Finland, the seasonal increase in the water level has two peaks: in August-September, and in December-January and coincide with the season of south-west winds. The current velocity in the Gulf of Finland reaches from 2 to 17 km / h, and the maximum current speed on the Earth reaches 30 km / h, the wind speed is more than 100 km / h. http://goo.gl/eYVTo6 The waters of the North Sea rotate counter-clockwise forming a huge whirlpool. And when seasonal northwesterly storm winds unleash a whirlpool (up to 20 km / h on the southern coast), the centrifugal force of the whirlpool increases, so that on the southern coast of the North Sea the water level rises to 5 meters. (Storm wave 2.5 meters, centrifugal wave 2.5 meters). https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:North_Sea_Currents.svg https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Sea_flood_of_1953 The waters of the Caspian Sea rotate counter-clockwise, forming a whirlpool in the form of an ellipse. And when the seasonal winds and flood river Volga unleash the whirlpool, the centrifugal force of the whirlpool increases, due to which, on the northern coast of the Caspian Sea, the water level rises to 1 meter. The average depth of the Caspian Sea is about 200 meters, on the northern coast about 5 meters, on the southern coast about 700 meters. Due to this, in the north of the Caspian, the current speed rises from 1 to 10 km / h. In the Caspian Sea, the peak seasonal increase in water levels is observed in June-August and coincides with the season of winds, and the flood of the Volga River. During the drought over the Volga river basin, the level of the Caspian Sea does not increase. http://tapemark.narod.ru/more/06.png http://goo.gl/47tXq2 During the season of the western winds, the current velocity along the Murmansk coast of the Barents Sea rises to 5 km / h, due to which the seasonal rise in the water level reaches 0.5 meters. The maximum level values ​​are observed in October-November minimum in April-May. http://proznania.ru/?page_id=2353 In the Bay of Bengal in the season of monsoon winds, the whirlpool speed rises to 10 km / h, due to which, the seasonal rise in water level reaches 1.2 meters. http://www.aziya-tur.ru/bengal%27skii-zaliv.php Seasonal changes in the level of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk are 0.2-0.5 m. The highest levels are observed in November-January, the smallest in March-April. http://parusa.narod.ru/bib/books/fareast/1406-1.htm Seasonal increase in the level of the Black Sea (up to 40 cm) is most pronounced in the southeastern part of the sea, where in summer the angular velocity of the currents reaches a maximum value. http://tapemark.narod.ru/more/07.html The assumption that the cause of seasonal water level rise may be atmospheric pressure, river runoff, temperature difference and water salinity does not stand up to criticism, these factors can increase the water level by several cm, but not more. Cyclones moving above the surfЭЭace of the sea from west to east at a speed of up to 40 km / h can increase sea level for several days by untwisting the whirlpool. http://www.okeanavt.ru/tainiokeana/1066mifosrednemurovne.html The presented theory can be easily verified by the connection between the velocity of currents aоnd the sea level and the oceans. (Drawing on a map of depths and currents, seas and oceans). https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annual_cycle_of_sea_level_height https://research.csiro.au/slrwavescoast/sea-level/sea-level-change/ Continuation. Forum. National Research Nuclear University of Russia. https://mephi.ru/communication/forum/talk/forum13/topic5498/messages/ Forum SPbSU Faculty of Geography. http://www.spbgu.ru/forums/index.php?showtopic=53992 Forum of Cambridge University https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=73127.0
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