Initial cruise report : Chain 115, leg 6
Johnson, David A.
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Leg 6 of CHAIN Cruise 115 began in Rio de Janeiro on 22 April 1974, and terminated in Recife on 18 May 1974. A multi-disciplinary scientific program was carried out within the Vema Channel and on the northern flanks of the Rio Grande Rise (see Figure 1). Personnel and scientific programs representing several institutions (W.H.O.I., Scripps, Lamont-Doherty) were included in the project; Brazilian observers representing PETROBRAS and the National Research Council also participated in the program.
Suggested CitationJohnson, D. A. (1974). Initial cruise report: Chain 115, leg 6. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/26570
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