A summary of Woods Hole buoy group moored stations for the Polymode Program
Bradley, Keith F.
MetadataShow full item record
KeywordJoint US-USSR Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment (POLYMODE); Deep-sea moorings; Oceanographic instruments
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Buoy Group's field work for the international POLYMODE program consisted of deployment and recovery of seventy of the seventy- eight program moorings on eight research cruises. The mooring program consisted of four distinct experiments conducted from June of 1974 to November of 1979. A brief description of the arrays is provided, the mooring design process for a typical POLYMODE mooring is explained, and brief summaries are given of the WHO! deployment and recovery cruises. Appendix I is a schematic presentation of the chronological mooring history; Appendix Il lists details of the seventy WHO! moorings deployed in the POLYMUDE program and Appendix II I lists details of other WHOI moorings that may be of interest to investigators .
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Bradley, Keith F., "A summary of Woods Hole buoy group moored stations for the Polymode Program", 1981-03, DOI:10.1575/1912/10236, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10236
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Unknown author (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1976-12-31)In this issue: Hendry, Reiniger, Needler: B.I.O. Gulf Stream moorings (II); Hogg, Sanford: Eddies, fine structure and mixing around Bermuda; Telex correction; POLYMODE OFFICE NOTES: Tentative schedule for meetings of ...
Unknown author (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1976-10-08)XBT Issue: Barnett: AXBT sections in the Pacific; Dantzler: North Atlantic eddy potential energy levels from XBT's; Dugan, Wilson: Multi-ship XBT survey across the ridge at 41°N; Dugan, Wilson: Thermal variability in ...
Unknown author (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1976-10-29)In this issue: Dow, Freeland: Float tracks for August 1975 through June 1976; Stommel, Koziol: Adjustment of sea-surface temperature to underlying advective fields - an elementary model; Taft, Ramp: Low-frequency currents ...