Dissolved Organic Matter, nutrients and CTD data collected from the R/V Oceanus cruise OC404-01 and R/V Weatherbird II cruise WB0409 from the Sargasso Sea from June 11, 2004 to July 01, 2004 (EDDIES project)
Hansell, Dennis A.
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westlimit -68.7028; southlimit: 29.777524; eastlimit: -58.754; northlimit: 37.935
For observations and measurements reported in the dataset, see the Field Names document
Suggested CitationDataset: Hansell, Dennis A., "Dissolved Organic Matter, nutrients and CTD data collected from the R/V Oceanus cruise OC404-01 and R/V Weatherbird II cruise WB0409 from the Sargasso Sea from June 11, 2004 to July 01, 2004 (EDDIES project)", 2011-10-12, DOI:10.1575/1912/4847, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/4847
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