Biological and hydrographic station data obtained in the vicinity of Nantucket Shoals, May 1978-May 1979
Beardsley, Robert C.
Esaias, Wayne E.
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KeywordOceanography; Chemical oceanography; Marine biology; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS1; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS2; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS3; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS4; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS5; Edgerton (Ship) Cruise NS6
Six cruises were made from May, 1978 to May, 1979 to measure the regional distributions of chlorophyll, silicate, nitrate and nitrite, phosphate, temperature, and salinity in the vacinity of Nantucket Shoals on the New England continental shelf. A summary of the hydrographic observations made on the first three cruises has already been presented in Limeburner and Beardsley (1979). A summary of the biological data obtained on five of the six cruises and the hydrographic observations made during the last three cruises is presented here in graphic form.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Limeburner, Richard, Beardsley, Robert C., Esaias, Wayne E., "Biological and hydrographic station data obtained in the vicinity of Nantucket Shoals, May 1978-May 1979", 1980-01, DOI:10.1575/1912/7733, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7733
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