The Hebble report : being the proceedings of the Workshop on a High Energy Benthic Boundary Layer Experiment held at the Keystone Center for Continuing Education, Keystone, Colorado, March 13-17, 1978
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From the Foreward: Despite the currently fashionable use of the word "interdisciplinary" to describe research projects, few such efforts are known among oceanographers studying the benthic boundary layer (BBL). In order to encourage discussions among the diverse groups interested in deep-sea BBL problems and to begin the coordination of experiments, the Office of Naval Research (Code 480) has recently sponsored two workshops. In March 1977 a group of investigators with ONR-supported projects met at the Naval Ocean Research and Development Activity (NORDA) in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi to define scientific and geographic areas of interest. A large group of investigators met for a more ambitious workshop at the Keystone Conference Center, Keystone, Colorado, from March 13 to 17, 1978. This report summarizes the deliberations of that second workshop.
Suggested CitationMcCave, I. N., Hollister, C. D., & Pyle, T. E. (1978). The Hebble report: being the proceedings of the Workshop on a High Energy Benthic Boundary Layer Experiment held at the Keystone Center for Continuing Education, Keystone, Colorado, March 13-17, 1978. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10611
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