A compilation and description of hydrographic transects of the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf-break front
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Historical hydrographic transects of the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf-break front are compiled by month and described in this report. Interannual variability of the meteorological forcing and slope water mass properties are presented as an aid in interpreting the variability of the frontal structure. Descriptions of the significant features of the front, shelf and slope water masses precede the compiled transects. The sections are limited to the upper 350 m of the water column and a cross-shore extent of 280m.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Lyne, Vincent D., Csanady, Gabriel T., "A compilation and description of hydrographic transects of the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf-break front", 1984-04, DOI:10.1575/1912/8571, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8571
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