Warm Core Ring Project 12-29 June, 1982
Phinney, David A.
Garside, Jean C.
Langton, Elizabeth W.
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KeywordWater masses; Ocean circulation; Marine biology; Chemical oceanography; Knorr (Ship : 1970-) Cruise KN95; Warm Core Rings
The main objective of the third warm core ring cruise was revisitation of ring 82-B and the surrounding water masses. Located off the Baltimore Canyon, 82-B continued to be \vell suited to the program. With activities aboard the three ships now well coordinated, the mobility of R/V Knorr continued to increase. Two cross section transects of the ring as well as Slope water, Gulf Stream and Sargasso Sea stations were occupied. Our interests are concerned with measuring the bio-optical properties of rings and surrounding water masses .in support of remote sensing. This is the third in a series of technical reports produced by Bigelow Laboratory in the present format as part of the Warm Core Rings Project.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Phinney, David A., Garside, Jean C., Langton, Elizabeth W., "Warm Core Ring Project 12-29 June, 1982", 1984-01, DOI:10.1575/1912/6976, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/6976
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