Cruise Report W-56 : scientific activities undertaken aboard R/V Westward, Miami – Little San Salvador – Jamaica – Roatan – Miami, 4 February – 18 March 1981
Humphris, Susan E.
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This Cruise Report presents an outline of the scientific activities and academic program conducted on board the R/V Westward during her fifty-sixth cruise in the spring of 1981. It consists of the abstracts from a series of individual projects that the students had defined prior to the cruise while taking the Shore Component, plus the preliminary results of research designed by me to complement some of SEA's long-term projects.
Miami – Little San Salvador – Jamaica – Roatan – Miami, 4 February – 18 March 1981
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