Cruise Report W-134B : a report on the academic & scientific activities of the science at SEA program
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 New England, learning the ways of oceanography and of the Westward. Each and every one of you contributed to the overwhelming success of this week-long voyage, with your energy and enthusiasm as well as your brain and muscle power.
Woods Hole, MA - Woods Hole, MA, August 21 - August 27, 1994
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