Mooring operations of the Woods Hole Buoy Group for the Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment
Heinmiller, Robert H.
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From the introduction: The Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment was a long-term multi-institution effort to investigate meso-scale motions in the western North Atlantic Ocean. The Moored Array Project (Buoy Group) of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution participated with a series of moorings to measure both currents and temperatures. The main field experiment for MODE was scheduled for March to July, 1973.
Suggested CitationHeinmiller, R. H. (1975). Mooring operations of the Woods Hole Buoy Group for the Mid-Ocean Dynamics Experiment. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/10773
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