VAX-11 programs for computing available potential energy from CTD data
Bray, Nancy Amanda
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This report documents the W.H.O.I. VAX-11 programs used to calculate available potential energy and related quantities from CTD data using the technique described in Bray and Fofonoff (1981). The report includes examples of how the programs may be used, as well as complete listings of all the required FORTRAN files.
Suggested CitationBray, N. A. (1981). VAX-11 programs for computing available potential energy from CTD data. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10272
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