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Practical salinity of the water body

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  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station 6 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station 3 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station 9 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station 2 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station1 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at Station 5 in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

  • Samples of Temperature and Salinity from a CTD profile have been measured at 6 Stations in the Derwent Estuary between August 2012 and January 2013.

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    A numerical ocean model based on the Regional Ocean Modelling System (ROMS) framework was run for the Sorsdal ice shelf region and included modifications for ice/ocean thermodynamics and mechanical pressure, following (Dinniman et al., 2007). The model domain was discretised on a polar stereographic grid with a uniform 2 km horizontal resolution. The vertical terrain-following coordinate had 31 vertical layers with a sigmoidal layer distribution to provide higher vertical resolution at the surface and bottom regions.

  • The AUStralian Tidal Energy (AUSTEn) project was a three year project (2018 - 2020) funded by the Australian Renewable Energy National Agency (agreement number G00902) led by the Australian Maritime College (University of Tasmania), in partnership with CSIRO and University of Queensland. The project had a strong industry support (Atlantis Resources Limited, MAKO Tidal Turbines Ltd, Spiral Energy Corporation Ltd). The aim of the project was to assess the technical and economic feasibility of tidal energy in Australia, based on the best understanding of resource achievable. For further information and output of the project, please visit the AUSTEn project website www.austen.org.au.

  • The AUStralian Tidal Energy (AUSTEn) project was a three year project (2018 - 2020) funded by the Australian Renewable Energy National Agency (agreement number G00902) led by the Australian Maritime College (University of Tasmania), in partnership with CSIRO and University of Queensland. The project had a strong industry support (Atlantis Resources Limited, MAKO Tidal Turbines Ltd, Spiral Energy Corporation Ltd). The aim of the project was to assess the technical and economic feasibility of tidal energy in Australia, based on the best understanding of resource achievable. For further information and output of the project, please visit the AUSTEn project website www.austen.org.au.