Diagnosis and correction of malfunctional behavior in deep sea reversing thermometers
Whitney, Geoffrey G.
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The nomenclature, morphology and functioning of deep sea reversing thermometers are identified and explained. The various types of malfunctions, nonfunctions and other aberrations are defined and detailed instructions are given for the procedures used to restore normal functioning to the extent possible. Advice is given regarding the use, handling, storage and transportation of these instruments so as to avoid damage and actions which might cause malfunctions to occur.
Suggested CitationWhitney, G. G. (1979). Diagnosis and correction of malfunctional behavior in deep sea reversing thermometers. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10358
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