Northwest Tropical Atlantic Station (NTAS) : velocity data report for deployments 1 to 5
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Northwest tropical Atlantic
KeywordOceanus (Ship : 1975-) Cruise OC365-5; Ronald H. Brown (Ship) Cruise RB02-02; Oceanographic buoys; Oceanography
This report presents velocity data from the Northwest Tropical Atlantic Station (NTAS) deployments 1 through 5, from March 30, 2001, to February 28, 2006. The NTAS project has maintained a series of moorings near 14°50'N, 51°00'W in the northwest tropical Atlantic for air-sea flux measurement. The moorings include a surface buoy outfitted with Air- Sea Interaction Meteorology (ASIMET) systems for determination of bulk air-sea fluxes and oceanographic sensors along the upper 120 m of the mooring line. This report describes and presents the velocity data recovered from current meters and Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) during the first five years of the NTAS project.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Duncombe Rae, Chris M., Plueddemann, Albert J., "Northwest Tropical Atlantic Station (NTAS) : velocity data report for deployments 1 to 5", 2012-09, DOI:10.1575/1912/5444, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/5444
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