Tunisia / INSTM report (institution report)
Messaoudi, Melle Saida
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Cruise Report W-134B : a report on the academic & scientific activities of the science at SEA program Woomer, Anne (SEA Education Association, 1994-08)This compilation of data and information is written by all twenty-two of you. You, who as a group, between August 21st and 27th of 1994, intensely researched, hypothesized, sailed, and navigated along the coast of southern ...
In-situ chemical sensors for detecting and exploring ocean floor hydrothermal vents : report of a workshop : technical report Hennet, Remy J-C.; Whelan, Jean K. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1988-11)Researchers and engineers, from academia, government, and industry, met and discussed the feasibility of using state-of-the-art laboratory technology for in-situ chemical measurements in the deep ocean, in and around ...
Spatial variability of bottom turbulence over a linear sand ridge mooring deployment and AUTOSUB AUV survey cruise report R/V RRS Challenger, cruise number 146 Broken Bank, North Sea, U.K., 17 – 28 August 1999 cruise report Voulgaris, George; Trowbridge, John H.; Terray, Eugene A. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2001-08)Two successful AUTOSUB deployments were carried out during August 1999 as part of the AUTOSUB Thematic Program project titled “Spatial Variability of Bottom Turbulence over a Linear Sand Ridge,” funded by the Natural ...