Research - Papers
Hydrodynamic Modeling Analysis of the Circulation of The Bay of Bundy
John Eric Edinger - Environmental - Hydrologist
The current models used for the Bay of Bundy as far as explaining and describing as to how the Bay of Bundy environmental hydrodynamic mechanisms and conditions may affect the fish and wildlife, oceanic, and geological counterparts in the Bay of Bundy are almost non-existent. Therefore, the prior models and deficient in presenting and demonstrating a correct and updated model. A new correct model needs to be proposed, in order to appropriately answer these needs.
Keywords ; Environmental, Hydrology, Hydrodynamics, Oceanography, Fish and Wildlife, Geology
Earth's Oceans ;
A Theoretical Approach
How Interconnected Continents and High Mountain Glaciers Formed Them
1 - R. Stewart, 2 - O.Aguiar, 3 - G.Artuso, 4 - C.I.O. Aristizabal, 5 - J.R. Ackerman, 6 - W.Trentadue, 7 - R. Robinett,
1-(Director-For-(EXO-SCOPE)-Project)-(CEO/Chief-Scientist)-Stewart Research,-(Independent Research Company)- Texas-USA), 2-(Independent Researcher For Theoretical Oceanography, Oceanography Sciences and Engineering, Atmospheric & Climatology Sciences ), 3-(Geology, Geo-Physics, Glaciology),Geologo presso Agenzia Regionale Campana Difesa Suolo Località, Napoli, Italia),4-(DSc-Student-at-Geo-Sciences Institute Federal-Fluminense University),5-(Geology, Geo-physics, Glaciology, Civil Engineering)-Principal at Twin Oaks Consulting, LLC-, 6-(EXO-SCOPE)-Project-Coordinator), (Astronomy,Telescopy Systems & Instrumentation, Planetary Sciences, Geology)-Adjunct Instructor- at Rock Valley College), 6-(Geology, Geophysics, Glaciology, Oceanography)-(Science Research at Orion Research Associates)
Context - The current scientific theory is that between 2.8 to 4.0 billion years ago, a comet struck the Earth's rocky surface and brought with it dehydrated water based elements, and from this occurrence is what later developed into Earth's oceans.
Aims - Are to direct, present and demonstrate that the current theory and model as to how Earth's oceans developed is flawed, and that a new theory and model is needed, presenting new data and evidence as to how Earth's oceans first developed 2.8 to 4.0 billion years ago, and what later additionally contributed to the total water volume we see in Earth's oceans up to the present period of time.
Method / Result - Will first be presented in a manner or mode of procedure, that will follow a orderly, logical, systematic empirical method of investigation. Presenting and demonstrating new data, evidence, cited references, and images, showing that 2.8 to 4.0 billion years ago, over a period of hundreds of millions to several billion years Carbonaceous Chondrite meteors / meteorites rich in dehydrated water based elements sped through the Earth's thin atmosphere, striking the Earth's rocky surface. This resulted in Carbonaceous Chondrite meteor /meteorite explosions, transforming them into gaseous water vapor, and depositing condensation on high mountain ranges, eventually developing into glaciers, and after melting, formed Earth's first oceans.
Keywords : Oceans, Oceanography, Geology, Geo-physics, Glaciology, Snowball Earth, Volcanoes
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