Review of the physical oceanography of Massachusetts Bay
Bumpus, Dean F.
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This report responds to an invitation of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Center in which the author was asked to report on the present knowledge of oceanography of Massachusetts Bay and vicinity. We have attempted herein to describe the temperature- salinity cycle and the current system and to provide a comprehensive annotated bibliography on hydrography, chemistry and sea level for Massachusetts Bay.
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