By Burghard W. Flemming, Monique T. Delafontaine, Gerd Liebezeit
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1999), and the Amazon shelf (Kineke & Sternberg 1992). 5. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS This study has demonstrated that, if adequately calibrated, the intensity of the backscattered signals of ADCPs can be used effectively to infer suspended matter concentrations and fluxes. , Jones et al. 1989). It was shown that the efficiency and accuracy of the approach was dependent on the calibration procedure, the method described in this paper having proved the most effective to date. Whereas stationary ADCPs will provide continuous data through the water column at a study site, mobile instruments will integrate over entire survey transects, for example, channel cross-sections.
1). The channel cross section is asymmetrical at this location, reaching a maximum depth of about 15 m on the island side at high tide (Fig. 2). 5 m s in the centre of the 42 Santamarina Cuneo and Flemming main channel. An anchor station was located in the deepest part of the main channel, just east of the transect. Figure 1. Location of the study area and the measuring site in the Otzum inlet. 3. , Hanes et al. 1988; Osborne et al. 1994; Austen et al. 1998; Bunt et al. 1999). All optical and acoustic methods require careful calibration by measuring suspended matter concentrations in water samples from the respective survey sites.
Hales 1995; Austen et al. 1998; Holdaway et al. 1999). In this paper the results of such a calibration and conversion experiment are presented and discussed. 2. STUDY AREA The study site was located in the main channel to the south of the western head of Spiekeroog island (Fig. 1). e. the eastern one) of the Otzum tidal basin situated between the islands of Langeoog and Spiekeroog. Although water exchange with neighbouring basins can be substantial at times of strong westerly or easterly winds, the catchment divides are of similar length and it can thus be assumed that the inflow across one watershed is counterbalanced by an equal outflow across the other.