W.H.O.I. CTD MicroVAX II Data Acquisition System : part II. Operator’s guide
Allen, Julie M.
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AQUI89 is a real-time shipboard Conductivity Temperature Depth profiler (CTD) data acquisition system used at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to collect, preview and store (log) data from the WHOI/Brown Mark III CTD microprofiler on a MicroVAX II computer, running the VAX/VMS operating system, version 5.3. This manual contains the instructions for operation of the AQUI89 data acquisition system version 1.0.
Suggested CitationAllen, J. M. (1992). W.H.O.I. CTD MicroVAX II Data Acquisition System: part II. Operator’s guide. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/792
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