Oceanographic data from the R.R.S. Discovery II. : International Geophysical Year cruise 3, 1958
Worthington, L. Valentine
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KeywordDiscovery II (Ship) International Geophysical Year Cruise 3; Ocean temperature; Echo sounding; Chemical oceanography; Salinity
In August and September 1958 a number of oceanographic sections were made in the R.R.S. DISCOVERY II, Captain James Gray, under the scientific leadership of H. F. P. Herdman. These sections comprise part of a joint program undertaken by the National Institute of Oceanography and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution for the International Geophysical Year.
Originally issued as Reference No. 59-54
Suggested CitationWorthington, L. V. (1959). Oceanographic data from the R.R.S. Discovery II.: International Geophysical Year cruise 3, 1958. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/2426
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