Saturday, January 22, 2005

East Australian Current

Surface oceanic current, a section of the counterclockwise flow in the Tasman Sea, southwestern Pacific Ocean. It is formed by water masses from the Coral Sea - equatorial water driven by monsoonal winds from January to March and eastward subtropical flow from April to December - which pass southeast between the Great Barrier and Chesterfield reefs (20� S latitude), paralleling


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