Drifting vertical current meter, moored aanderaa thermistor chain, and XBT data : Jasin 1978 Atlantis-II cruise (102)
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KeywordJoint Air-Sea Interaction Project; Ocean temperature; Ocean currents; Ocean-atmosphere interaction; Deep-sea moorings
The report presents summaries of three data sets taken at and in the vicinity of the oceanographic moorings deployed in the 1978 Joint Air-Sea Inte raction Project (JASIN). The data sets are: (1) the temperature, pressure and vertical motion records from the freely drifting Vertical Current Meters (VCMs) deployed from the ATLANTIS II, (2) the temperature data from the Aanderaa thermistor chains on W.H.O.I. mooring 653, designated as JASIN mooring W3, and (3) the expendable bathythermograph (XBT) data collected from the ATLANTIS II while participating in the JASIN Project.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Pennington, Nancy J., Weller, Robert A., "Drifting vertical current meter, moored aanderaa thermistor chain, and XBT data : Jasin 1978 Atlantis-II cruise (102)", 1981-10, DOI:10.1575/1912/10289, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10289
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