Report on R. V. Akademik Vernadsky cruise 39, stage IV, June 17 - July 17, 1989
Fofonoff, Nicholas P.
Kettle, A. James
Navitsky, Richard C.
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KeywordU. S. - Soviet oceanography; Gulf Stream; Wave-curent interaction; Akademik Vernadsky (Ship) Cruise 39
Participation by U. S. personnel on Cruise 39, Leg IV (June 17 - July 17, 1989) of the Marine Hydrophysical Institute's research vessel Akademik Vernadsky provided valuable information, documented in the present report for planning future cooperative projects with Soviet oceanographers. Detailed descriptions are given of the ship, its scientific laboratories, computers and onboard instrumentation. Planning and operating procedures are described and examples are given of daily work plans, seminars, menus and social activities. Personal accounts by the U. S. participants are also included. Many of the shipboard activities were recorded on VHS video cassettes. The oceanographic data collected in the Gulf Stream survey region during Leg IV are documented in the report. Copies of data sets were provided to the U. S. participants in exchange for U. S. data from the region during the survey period.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Fofonoff, Nicholas P., Levy, Ellen, Kettle, A. James, Navitsky, Richard C., "Report on R. V. Akademik Vernadsky cruise 39, stage IV, June 17 - July 17, 1989", 1990-04, DOI:10.1575/1912/1004, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/1004
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