The Sea: Ideas and Observations on Progress in the Study of the Seas - Vol. 1

Synopsis

Presents the state of the art in ocean engineering practice. Comprising 38 chapters, this compendium of applied science addresses current issues in water waves, circulation & mixing, sedimentation processes, methodology & special problems. Also addresses the problems of designing or building in or close to this often hostile environment. Some of the contributions to this book are controversial, which makes for lively reading.

Additional information

Volume:
  • 1
Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • E. L. Deacon
  • E. K. Webb
  • Joanne S. Malkus
  • R. Revelle
  • H. E. Suess
  • E. L. Deacon
  • E. K. Webb
  • Joanne S. Malkus
  • R. Revelle
  • H. E. Suess
  • N. P. Fofonoff
  • S. Q. Duntley
  • L. N. Liebermann
  • J. B. Hersey
  • R. H. Backus
  • W. E. Schevill
  • J. R. Rossiter
  • W. H. Munk
  • J. Darbyshire
  • C. S.Cox
  • E. C.Lafond
  • C. S. Cox
  • K. F. Bowden
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1962