Moored current meter data from the Canary Basin near 32°N, 24°W (1984-1986) Volume XL
Tarbell, Susan A.
Richardson, Philip L.
Price, James F.
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Data are shown from a two-year current meter mooring in the Canary Basin near 32°N, 24°W. Current meters were located at depths of 470 m, 970 m, 1070 m and 2970 m during the period October 19, 1984 to October 4, 1986. The mooring deployment is part of an 1984-1988 experiment to measure features of advection and diffusion of Mediterranean outflow water with neutrally buoyant SOFAR floats.
Suggested CitationTarbell, S. A., Richardson, P. L., & Price, J. F. (1987). Moored current meter data from the Canary Basin near 32?N, 24?W (1984-1986) Volume XL. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/7575
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