U.S. program in biology, International Indian Ocean Expedition final cruise report, Anton Bruun cruise 1
International Indian Ocean Expedition
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The following report, in two volumes, presents the reduced oceanographic, chemical,and biological data, bathythermograph positions, and station lists for biological collections taken during Cruise 1 of the ANTON BRUUN in the Bay of Bengal during March-May, 1963, as a part of the International Indian Ocean Expedition. The cruise track is shown in Figure 1. Tables 1-3 respectively give the cruise itinerary with port calls, a summary of the types of scientific activities carried out during the cruise, and a list of the techniques employed with references. A narrative report of Cruise 1 including the list of participants, related shore activities, and preliminary scientific results was issued as News Bulletin No. 2 of the U.S. Program in Biology, IIOE, dated July, 1963.
Suggested CitationWorking Paper: International Indian Ocean Expedition, "U.S. program in biology, International Indian Ocean Expedition final cruise report, Anton Bruun cruise 1", 1964-07, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/3878
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