SACW

AcronymDefinition
SACWSouth Asia Citizens Web
SACWSouth Atlantic Central Water
SACWSouth Atlantic Central Waters
SACWAssistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works)
SACWSub Aqua Club Wiltz
SACWSouthern Association of College Women
SACWScientific Analyst Career Week
SACWStanding Advisory Committee on Wheat
SACWSuccessive Approximation Character Weighting
SACWSeparations and Access Costing Workshop
SACWSouth African Crane Working Group
SACWSenior Aircraft Woman (Royal Air Force rank)
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The temperature decreased more sharply when a thermocline was present due to the influence of the SACW (during spring and summer) when upwelling events were more pronounced, mainly by the prevalence of northeasterly winds (Barth et al.
2014) favor strong vertical homogeneity, the distance of ~86 km of the SACW from shore, the predominance of the CW and Tropical Water on the SBB, and, eventually, the northward displacement of the low-salinity and nutrient-rich Rio de La Plata plume up to the southern part of the SBB (Ciotti et al.
Also, by communicating the science message to colleagues within the Welsh Government: | We have new procedures for providing advice to Government and the civil service, on a wide variety of topics, from bovine TB, to climate change, energy, STEM education, and others; | With great help from SACW we have developed a new sciences.
Except for coastal upwelling at the extreme limits of the SBB, SACW has previously been considered to influence mainly the middle and outer continental shelf, detected at distances greater than 30 km from shore (Castro & Miranda 1998).
The horizontal distribution of the water temperature at a depth of 50 m showed a flow pattern similar to that of the Brazil Current on the three cruises, and the thermal front of the SACW of the Cape Sao Tome reached the southern rim of the Abrolhos Bank (Fig.
The combination of these effects results in a strong mechanism capable of carrying cold and nitrate-rich SACW waters to the coast (Acha et al.
The SACW is the water mass responsible for carrying nutrients to the pelagic system mainly in summer (Gaeta & Brandini, 2006).