A compilation of moored current meter and wind observations, volume VIII (1970 array experiment)
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Summaries of wind and current measurements made with current meters and wind recorders by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution during June, July and August of 1970 are presented. Averaged quantities are presented in computer-generated output as basic statistics, spectra, demodulation plots, progressive vector diagrams, and east-north component plots.
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