Hydrographic data from R. V. Endeavor cruise 129
Knapp, George P.
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Hydrographic and CTD data collected during R.V. Endeavor cruise 129 are presented. These data include temperature, salinity and dissolved oxygen observed at standard levels by a Neil Brown Instrument Systems' CTD-02 profiler and salinity, dissolved oxygen, silica, phosphate and nitrate values at the observed depths of the collected water samples. Ninety- two stations were occupied on two short sections within the Caribbean and one long meridional section at (nominally) 64° West from the British Virgin Islands to the 200 m depth contour south of Newfoundland. Also presented are a series of sectional profiles of the six observed parameters as a function of depth.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Knapp, George P., "Hydrographic data from R. V. Endeavor cruise 129", 1988-09, DOI:10.1575/1912/7492, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7492
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