As a sequel to Schmitz and Hogg (1978), nine-month moored observations of current and temperature from the Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone are further described, and then interpreted in terms of low frequency quasigeostrophic motions. Large vertical and horizontal changes are observed in the variance of both mean and fluctuating components. It is demonstrated that these changes could be associated with the (complex) nature of the topography....
Hogg, N. G., and W. J. Schmitz. 1980. "A dynamical interpretation of low frequency motions near very rough topography----the Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone." Journal of Marine Research 38, (2). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1508