The long term upper ocean study (Lotus) : cruise summary and hydrographic data report, Oceanus 141, October 1983 and Oceanus 145, January 1984
Mongomery, Ellyn T.
Pennington, Nancy J.
Briscoe, Melbourne G.
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OCEANUS cruises 141 (28 October-4 November 1983) and 145 (22-29 January 1984) were the tenth and eleventh cruises to the Long Term Upper Ocean Study (LOTUS) area centered at 34°N, 70°W. During OCEANUS 141, a C. S. Draper Labs profiling current meter (PCM) was set, the fifth LOTUS surface mooring was recovered, and the deployment of the sixth LOTUS surface mooring was unsuccessfully attempted. The sixth surface mooring was finally deployed in January, on OCEANUS 145. This report provides details of the work accomplished on both cruises, as well as presenting the hydrographic data collected.
Title page erroneously reads "The long term upper ocean study (Lotus) : cruise summary and hydrographic data report, Oceanus 141, October 1984 and Oceanus 145, January 1984"
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Mongomery, Ellyn T., Pennington, Nancy J., Briscoe, Melbourne G., "The long term upper ocean study (Lotus) : cruise summary and hydrographic data report, Oceanus 141, October 1983 and Oceanus 145, January 1984", 1984-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/8616, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8616
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