A Way to Measure the Residual Flow in the Lim Fjord - Denmark
The Lim Fjord is in the northern Jutland in Denmark. As well as the rest of the Danish landscape the fjord was formed in the glacial time. The length of the fjord is 170 km, the surface area is 1500 square km and the average depth is 6 m. Maximum depth is 28 m. (See Figures 1 and 2).
KeywordsResidual Current Residual Flow Tidal Period Light Wind Tidal Excursion
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- The Lim Fjord Committee 1976: “The Lim Fjord Investigation 1973–75” in Danish.Google Scholar