Oceanographic and underwater acoustics research conducted during the period 1 May 1961-31 October 1961
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This is a status report for the six-month's period indicated. It includes the closing phase of a long cruise of CHAIN to the Mediterranean Sea during which circulation of the waters of the eastern Mediterranean were studied and sound transmission, seismic reflection, and shallow thermal structure measurements were made at various places in the Mediterranean and the North Atlantic. During the remainder of the period various geophysical, geological, and hydroacoustical analyses were conducted at Woods Hole and preparations for the summer cruising season were made.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, /, "Oceanographic and underwater acoustics research conducted during the period 1 May 1961-31 October 1961", 1962-09, DOI:10.1575/1912/25170, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/25170
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