Report on Atlantis cruise # 266, June-July 1961
Stetson, Thomas R.
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The data collected on ATLANTIS Cruise 266 has been tabulated and presented here as an aid to the preparation of rnanuscripts. The Chief Scientist's log is reproduced in narrative form. The current meter, camera, and dredge stations, as well as the continuous seismic profiles, are located and deck notes reproduced. Included are photographs of models of the areas visited.
Originally issued as Reference No. 61-35, series later renamed WHOI-
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Stetson, Thomas R., "Report on Atlantis cruise # 266, June-July 1961", 1961-10, DOI:10.1575/1912/2319, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/2319
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