STD observations in the southwest Atlantic from cruise 16, leg 9 of the R/V Conrad and cruise 7-75 of the Ara Islas Orcadas
Georgi, Daniel T.
Amos, Anthony F.
Draganovic, K. E.
Raymer, Mary E.
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Continuous salinity-temperature-depth (STD) data from two cruises in the South Atlantic are presented in both tabular and graphic form. Thirty-seven of the stations were made during the R/V CONRAD cruise 16, leg 9, March 29 to April 23, 1973 and 20 stations on the ARA ISLAS ORCADAS cruise 7-75, October 30 to December 20, 1975.
Includes Errata page dated 1 February 1980
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Georgi, Daniel T., Amos, Anthony F., Draganovic, K. E., Raymer, Mary E., "STD observations in the southwest Atlantic from cruise 16, leg 9 of the R/V Conrad and cruise 7-75 of the Ara Islas Orcadas", 1979-08, DOI:10.1575/1912/10355, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10355
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