Cesium and strontium isotopes in the northwestern North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean, 1981-1985
Casso, Susan A.
Clarke, William R.
Livingston, Hugh D.
Palmieri, Julianne M.
Surprenant, Lolita D.
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LocationNorthwestern North Atlantic
KeywordCesium; Strontium; Isotopes; Meteor (Ship) Cruise M52; Knorr (Ship : 1970-) Cruise KN89; Hudson (Ship) Cruise; Polarstern (Ship) Cruise; Michael Saars (Ship) Cruise
This report is a follow-up to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report WHOI-84-40. It contains 137cs and 90sr data from seawater samples collected on four cruises in the northwestern North Atlantic, Arctic Ocean, and Barents Sea during 1981 to 1985, and radionuclide data from samples collected on a cruise to the Norwegian-Greenland Seas in 1979. Also included are data from four ice stations in the Arctic from 1979 to 1985. The sample collections were made possible through collaborative efforts with several laboratories. The radionuclide analyses were done at WHOI.
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