ESSWE-Services and the Semantic Web
ESSWEarth System Science Workbench (data management infrastructure)
ESSWShirley M. Ehrenkranz School of Social Work (New York University; New York, NY)
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3b-3d), instead of the ESSW layer (salinities above 33.9, Guzman & Silva, 2002).
The time profile of the switch signal for the ESSW shows that the mechanical constraint between the motor shaft and the driving structure module was released upon activation of the SMA spring actuator as defined by its operating principle in Figure 4(c).
These changes are related to changes in the poleward Peru-Chile Undercurrent, which modulates the transport of ESSW (a water mass characterized by very low DO) along with the intense mesoscale variability observed in this zone.
Note that the upwelled waters near the coast have relatively higher salinities than the offshore waters, consistent with the idea that ESSW is one of the main water sources for upwelling off Concepcion.
The SWSE, which is provided in Table 1, is the combination of these two sets of items: items 1-19 from the ESSW faculty, and items 20-52 from the PSI.
Next, for the second (shaded) row, think back to when you started at ESSW and circle the number that best describes how confident you would have been THEN if you knew what you know now about that task.
essw: Government Social Security and Welfare Expenditure to GDP
Below this water of subantarctic origin and up to a depth of around 400 m, there is ESSW with temperatures varying between 10 and 7[degrees]C, salinity between 34.4 and 34.5, low oxygen content (1-4 m [L.sup.-1]).
This shows the trajectory of the ESSW waters transported by ITEs after interacting with the RC-SC islands and adjacent seamounts.
Variations in the depth distribution of the ESSW and AAIW and their mixing zone are of great importance, as they appear to determine the depth distribution range of P.
Both of these water masses penetrate into the region mainly through the Boca del Guafo, the SAAW through the surface and the ESSW through the subsurface layer, spreading as far as the bathymetry of the gulfs and channels allows them.
These seamounts are influenced by several water masses: Subtropical Water (STW), Subantarctic Water (SAAW), Equatorial Subsurface Water (ESSW), and Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW), but are predominantly influenced by SAAW and STW (Fig.