1 Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. OSCILLATORY COASTAL WAVES AND CURRENTS PROFILE IN THE NORTHERN CONTINENTAL SHELF OF RIO GRANDE DO NORTE STATE, NORTHEAST BRAZIL Matos, M.F.A. and Amaro, V.E. Post-Graduation Program in Geophysics and Geodynamics, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Natal/RN, Brazil. The northern coast of Rio Grande do Norte State, Northeast Brazil, is an important focus of oil and natural gas exploitation, salt industry, shrimp farming, wind farms and fishing industry, in addition to other small-scale activities, such as tourism. The oil industry, particularly, concentrated in the continental shelf of shallow water depths of 6 to 3 m (DANTAS et al., 21). In this coast, under conditions of high economic pressure, a coastal dynamic are intense and has important morphological features systems such as barrier islands, estuaries, tidal flat, mangroves, and complex seafloor features. Such morphological features interact with the hydrodynamic agents, as waves, currents, tides, winds, weather and climate. These conditions due to the articulation of environmental impacts from landuse of the coastal zone generated by these activities have been detected in coastal areas and shallow continental shelf in other regions of Brazil and all around the world, especially, about the risk of hydrocarbon contamination of the high sensitivity coastal ecosystems. The rising environmental impacts and the importance of coastal environments, as well as better understand the behavior of dynamic coastal processes and hydrodynamics; justify the establishment of the accuracy of the processes caused by the effect of waves, currents and tides by means of measurements and environmental monitoring. Thus, this communication describes observations, procedures of measurements made in the study area, especially on the area adjacent to the Diogo Lopes estuary. Such sites were defined before the intense dynamics occurring in the area, therefore, this segment reveals the highest coastal sediment transport, action of waves and drift currents. The characterization will contribute to understanding, particularly of coastal line changes, as the systems formed by the barrier islands of Ponta Tubarão and Barra Fernandez.. Introduction The northern coast of Rio Grande do Norte, northeast Brazil, is submitted to an intense coastal hydrodynamics, resulting from the combination of geological, oceanographic, climatic and biological events, linked to anthropogenic issues. The morphological instability is confirmed by the coastal erosion and/or accretion of coastal line resulting from the invariable action of waves, sea level variation, climatic conditions, neotectonic activities and the lack of continental sediments supply to the shelf, that control the development of constructive and erosive features along the coast (SOUTO et al., 29). Current studies on the shoreline have mainly involved monitoring the evolution and temporal variations of the shoreline morphodynamics and its correlation with the wave parameters. However, they are sporadic in space and time. Essentially, the studies related to waves, currents and tides, are vital to characterizing the wave climate of the coast, as well as of fundamental importance for studies related to sediment balance and morphodynamics, supporting coastal engineering activities.
2 Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. This is the perspective to understand the processes responsible for coastal and marine environmental changes imposed whether constructive or destructive, which brought the need for environmental monitoring in this region (NASCIMENTO, 29; MATOS et al., 211). This region has fragile ecosystems coexisting with major socioeconomic activities, such as oil exploitation, sea salt and shrimp farming, agriculture, fisheries and tourism (SILVA et al, 21). Such activities are conflicting with each other, either by physical space use or the environmental relevance as the risk of oil spill. Therefore, the main objective of this work is the monitoring the waves and ocean currents on inner continental shelf waters, but precisely in the mouth of elongate estuary of Diogo Lopes. Study Area Characteristics The study area is located in the shallow inner continental shelf adjacent to the estuary of Diogo Lopes, where are installed the barrier island system of Ponta do Tubarao e Barra do Fernandez (Figure 1). Two devices were placed in strategic locations: The first point (PT1), was anchored at a distance of 3.6 km of the shoreline, with water depths between 5-6 meters, and near the Serra oil field. The second point (PT2) is located north of the barrier islands system of Ponta Tubarão and Barra Fernandez, at a distance of about 7.4 km of the shoreline, at depths between 7-8 meters. The data acquisition was between October 21 to February 211. This interval is characterized as the driest month on the region, with a predominance of winds from the northeast, and rainfall deficit below 5 mm. The tidal conditions are between 234 cm to 43 cm of spring tide and 221 cm to 56 of neap tide, therefore showing as a region dominated by waves and tides. The waves data acquisition occurred during spring tide, under conditions of semidiurnal tidal, where the middle level (Z_) set is 139 cm above the reduction level (RN) with maximum spring tide-high tide of 234 cm above the RN, mean high tide sea-neap tide of 221 cm and minimum neap tide of 56 cm according to the tide gauge station of Macau Harbor (DHN, 21).
3 Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. Figure 1. Study area and local ADCP and S4 in situ measurements. Materials and Methods The parameters related to waves and currents were obtained using acoustic-type ADCP and current electromagnetic model type S4. Both devices were anchored in the places showed in Figure 1. The waves and currents data obey a set of record for the episode of highest tidal range of events, considering spring tides. The statistical analysis method of acoustic wave sensors was the Maximum Likelihood MLMST, with surface control, standard method for estimating directional wave spectral (KHAMA et al., 25; PEDERSEN et al., 27). The current analysis used the method proposed by Trageser e Elwany (199). It describes the procedure for processing data from waves and currents through the program Wave Analysis. For the average speed was adopted AS et al. (211). Results and Discussions Wave Analysis Spectral analysis performed based on the records obtained in each of devices allowed to obtain the values of significant wave height HS, maximum height Hmax, significant interval TS, peak interval TP, mean direction, DIRmed, and direction of peak DIR Tp, along the campaign interval. In addition to the significant wave values, the extreme values are presented. Capitão et al. (1999) showed that the extreme values of wave heights, intervals and direction, besides the significant values, associated with a particular return interval, which is determined by the regime of extremes, is a fundamental aspect in the design of offshore structures mainly.
4 Tp (s) DIRTp (º) Hs (m) Ts (s) 5 th IGCP 526 Conference Continental Shelves: Risks, Resources and Record of the Pats. Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. For such waves estimates were considered the frequency of every 7 days for each interval (Dez/21 e Feb/211), coinciding with intervals of major change of events and phases of spring tide. Figure 2 shows that the heights to grow during the first day before the cycle of spring tide, followed by two days of early stages of spring tide cycle, with significant wave height Hs (A1) maximum of 1.96 m,.84 m and average minimum of 1.26 m. From the four days, the values begin to fall, the days are near the neap tidal cycle; the same will occur over the maximum height of waves (A4), with averages of 3.21 m, 1.87 m and average minimum of 1.7 m over the interval Ts of significant wave (A2) values were revealed with a maximum of 6.63 s; average minimum of 4.47 s; for the peak interval Tp (A5), values had a greater variation, with Tp up to s, mean of 8.92 is less than 3.4 s. The data indicate that most of the waves arriving from the northeast, with small variations in the direction of northwest (A3 e A6). A1 A2 A DIRmed (º) :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 7-Day Cycle (Dez/21) :1 7-Day Cycle (Dez/21) :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 7-Day Cycle (dez/21) A4 A5 A Hmax (m) :1 :1 :1 7-Day :1 Cycle :1 (Dez/21) :1 :1 :1 :1 7-Day Cycle (Dez/21) :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 :1 7-Day Cycle (Dez/21) Figure 2 Characteristics of the maritime agitation cycle of 7 days (Dez/21) during the spring tide. In the second interval (February 211) the characteristics of sea wave climates reveal different waves propagating along the coast, as evidenced by extreme values and presented significant (Figure 3). Under these conditions the characteristics of waves during this interval were: HS of 4.53 meters for the average maximum, average 2.13 m and.66 m minimum HS (B1); the maximum heights Hmax (B4), showed significant increase for the region, 7,56 m the maximum, 3,56 m a média de Hmax e 1,1 m a Hmax minimum. The behavior of the interval (B2 e B5) were also higher than the interval of maximum with Ts 7s, 85s, mean of Ts de 5,54s e Ts minimum de 3,17s; in the extreme values of Tp are the characteristics: Tp maximum of 16,5s, Tp mean of 1,12s e Tp minimum of 2,94s. Concerning the trend of wave propagation, there is a greater irregularity in the dispersion of the spectrum, it means Dir med as the spectrum of peak directions Dir Tp (B3 e B6). The figure shows the directions of the waves scattered in extremely variable concentrations of Dirmed and directions from NW and NE in the background.
5 Hs (m) Ts (s) Tp (s) DIRTp (º) 5 th IGCP 526 Conference Continental Shelves: Risks, Resources and Record of the Pats. Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. B1 B2 B DIRmed (º) Day Cycle (Feb/211) 7-Day Cycle (Feb/211) 7-Day Cycle (Feb/211) B4 B5 B Hmax (m) Day Cycle (Feb/211) 7-Day Cycle (Feb/211) 7-Day Cycle (Feb/211) Figure 3 Characteristics of the maritime agitation cycle of 7 days (Feb/211) during the spring tide. The variations in wave heights, phase and directions, are combined with varying levels of strength as the influence of extreme winds; in turn it is influenced by the North Brazil Current that determines the pattern of ocean circulation in the region with NW and NE trends notably, as will be shown below. Current Analysis Measurements of wave orbital velocity are converted to axial velocity components U and V component and especially the coastal current speed. The maximum values (positive) of all records of velocity components of cross-shore component is associated with a speed with direction to the coast and minimum values (negative) correspond to a speed with direction out to sea, after correcting the values obtained directly from the instrument, principally of the principal directions. On the other hand, the alongshore component shows the maximum (positive) to NW and minimum (negative) to NE (Figure 4). The difference in amplitude between the two components of orbital velocity, especially in Figure 5 with a record of 7 days of measurements during the phase of the spring tide, and the cross-shore component of velocity has a larger range of negative values of the alongshore component, and guidance more frequently in NW direction (Figure 7). This means that during this interval of measurement it was more affected by the current of NW, then spreading in parallel with the shoreline (alongshore). The expected result would be a chance for this region by its geographical position, since the refraction waves, as they come into shallower waters, causes the rotation of the direction of propagation of the same propagation order in the direction parallel to the bathymetric lines and, in this case, parallel to the shoreline. Figures 6, 7, 8 and 9 presented the current standards for the two intervals. Note that the patterns of currents vary throughout a interval of one day. In general, lower values of currents are in the early hours of the day, with another variable in the lower range at night. The values are increasing and show two peaks of values above.2 m/s
6 Speed (m/s) U, V (cm/s) U, V (cm/s) 5 th IGCP 526 Conference Continental Shelves: Risks, Resources and Record of the Pats. Sidney, British Columbia, Canada 211. at night. In the first interval the maximum current speed was 3 m/s, mean.12 m/s minimum of.5 m/s. In the second interval the average of speed currents remain close to expectations, no major changes. The maximum current velocity was.27 m/s, mean.12 m/s and minimum of.9 m/s. The directions patterns are generally from NW and secondly NE. Note that the phase in which the currents begin with directions from NE to NW during the day, to that effect with the highest concentration, subsequently decay back to the NE quadrant and successively, with a dominant pattern over interval of measurements Longshore Cross-shore Figure 4 - Cross-shore (U) and alongshore (V) components horizontal velocity, acquisition frequency of 15 days of measurements U_Cross-shore V_longshore Day Cycle Figure 5 - Cross-shore (U) and longshore (V) components horizontal velocity measured during the cycles of spring tide, detail for 7 days of continuous measurements /12/21 : 7-Day Cycle (Dec/21) Figure 6 - Components of horizontal velocity measured during the spring tide cycle, detail for 7 days of continuous measurements.
7 Dir (º) Speed (m/s) Dir (º) 5 th IGCP 526 Conference Continental Shelves: Risks, Resources and Record of the Pats. Sidney, British Columbia, Canada Day Cycle (Dec/21) Figure 7 Spectrum of the current velocities directions during spring tide, detail for 7 days of continuous measurements Day Cycle (Feb/211) Figure 8 Components of horizontal velocity measured during the spring tide cycle, detail for 7 days of continuous measurements Day Cycle (Feb/211) Figure 9 Spectrum of the current velocities directions during the cycle of spring tide, detail for 7 days of continuous measurements. Conclusions The conclusions of the waves trends and velocities analysis, the U component (cross-shore) and V (longshore) showed similar amplitude values between the speeds that the U component has a higher frequency of negative values during the entire measurement interval and during a 7-day cycle phases of spring tides. The velocity component parallel to the shoreline is of greater importance in recording speed in sediment transport along the coast. The set of values of currents and waves will decisively influence the processes of accretion/erosion along the coast, as is obvious in figures 1 and 11.
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