The WHOI Moored Array Project 1963-1978 : data directory and bibliography
Tarbell, Susan A.
Payne, Richard E.
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General information about mooring locations, durations and data gathered by the Moored Array Project (also known as Buoy Group) between late 1963 and 1978 is listed. Also included is a comprehensive list of scientific and technical publications written by the Buoy Group staff.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Tarbell, Susan A., Chaffee, Margaret, Williams, Audrey, Payne, Richard E., "The WHOI Moored Array Project 1963-1978 : data directory and bibliography", 1980-08, DOI:10.1575/1912/10342, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10342
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