Ocean currents above the continental shelf off Oregon as measured with a single array of current meters
Ocean currents were measured with meters moored above the Oregon continental shelf during four periods of about 25 days each----in July, September, and October 1965 and in February 1966. The data are described with histograms and progressive vector diagrams. Velocity variations having a frequency lower than one cycle in two days were associated with similar variations in wind in the alongshore direction....
Collins, Curtis A., and June G. Pattullo. 1970. "Ocean currents above the continental shelf off Oregon as measured with a single array of current meters." Journal of Marine Research 28, (1). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1174