Biogeochemistry Data collected from the R/V Oceanus cruises : OC399-03, OC408-01 and OC408-02 from the Northwestern Sargasso Sea roughly 35-28°N and 58-68°W, in water depths exceeding 4200 meters, from February 14, 2004 to March 14, 2005 (New Production project)
Lomas, Michael W.
Bates, Nicholas R.
Nelson, David M.
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LocationNorthwestern Sargasso Sea roughly 35-28°N and 58-68°W
westlimit: -67.9328; southlimit: 28.6933; eastlimit: -57.1648; northlimit: 35.8337
KeywordNew Production During Winter Convective Mixing Events Project; CTD Sea-Bird 911 data; Niskin Bottle samples; Oceanus (Ship : 1975-) Cruise OC399-03; Oceanus (Ship : 1975-) Cruise OC408-01; Oceanus (Ship : 1975-) Cruise OC408-02
This New Production During Winter Convective Mixing Events (New Production) Project biogeochemistry dataset includes the following data: nutrients, dissolved oxygen, organic matter and alkalinity. Detailed methods for all data collected as part of this study can be found in one of four publications arising from this study. The references include information on analytical machines and certified standards where applicable. The references are listed in the complete dataset description in the supplemental file Dataset_description.pdf.
Suggested CitationDataset: Lomas, Michael W., Bates, Nicholas R., Knap, Anthony, Lipschultz, Fredric, Nelson, David M., "Biogeochemistry Data collected from the R/V Oceanus cruises : OC399-03, OC408-01 and OC408-02 from the Northwestern Sargasso Sea roughly 35-28°N and 58-68°W, in water depths exceeding 4200 meters, from February 14, 2004 to March 14, 2005 (New Production project)", 2011-10-17, DOI:10.1575/1912/4853, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/4853
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