Studies of the waters on the continental shelf, Cape Cod to Chesapeake Bay. II. Salinity
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The present paper forms a sequel to the account of the temperature of the same region (Bigelow, 1933)... the continental shelf between the offings of Cape Cod (longitude about 70°) and Chesapeake Bay;-extended southward, for occasional months, to the offing of Cape Hatteras; and with such discussion of conditions along the continental slope as is justified by occasional profiles.
Suggested CitationBook: Bigelow, Henry Bryant, Sears, Mary, "Studies of the waters on the continental shelf, Cape Cod to Chesapeake Bay. II. Salinity", Papers in Physical Oceanography and Meteorology, v.4, no.1, 1935-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/1084, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/1084
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