By Cliff Gerwick
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The occurrence of such storms in the subtropical and temperate zones is seasonal, late summer to early fall, and is fortunately somewhat infrequent. However, while they are easily spotted by satellite as well as by observations of opportunity, prediction of their route is still highly inaccurate. Thus there may be several alerts per year at a site, necessitating adoption of storm procedures. Most of these will turn out to be false alarms, but significant delays will nevertheless occur. Typical of the violent cyclonic storms are the typhoons of the western Pacific.
Silt and clay are suspended in water, usually in colloidal form, as the result of river runoff and also as the result of bottom erosion and scour due to current and waves. Colloidal silt in fresh water will drop out of suspension upon encountering seawater: this, as well as reduced velocity, accounts for the formation of deltas. The zone or band where such deposition takes place is often very narrow, resulting in a disproportionate deposition and buildup in this zone. Fine sand, silts, and clays, and even gravel may also be carried along with strong currents or wave action to be deposited as soon as the velocity drops below critical for that particular particle size and density.
Thus it can clog intakes. It also increases the frictional effect on the hull of a vessel. It may act to reduce the impact force from ice floes and icebergs. 2. Sheet ice is the horizontal layer of sea ice that forms on relatively calm water, freezing fromthe top down. 3. Leads are formed when the thermal contraction of the ice causes ruptures in the sheet ice. Leads may also be formed by currents and wind. 4. Rafting occurs when one sheet of ice is driven up over the top of another. 5. Ridges (pressure ridges) are formed by a combination of refreezing of water in an open lead, then closure of the lead with rafting and crushing.
Construction of Marine and Offshore Structures, Second Edition by Cliff Gerwick