Cruise report Chain 112, leg VI : 24 June - 9 July 1973
Heinmiller, Robert H.
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Leg VI of CHAIN 112 was scheduled from 24 June to 9 July, St. Georges, Bermuda to Woods Hole. The original plans called for the following work: Recovery of sixteen intermediate moorings at the MODE site (28° N., 69° 40'W.) Recovery of three subsurface moorings in the MODE area for the University of Rhode Island. Launching of two new intermediate moorings at the MODE site. Bathymetric and meteorological observations in the MODE area. Bathymetry at Site D. Acoustic checks of three intermediate moorings at Site D. CTDs at each mooring recovery and setting
Suggested CitationHeinmiller, R. H. (1973). Cruise report Chain 112, leg VI: 24 June - 9 July 1973. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10751
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