Nantucket shoals flux experiment (NSFE79) : part 2, moored array data report
Beardsley, Robert C.
Alessi, Carol A.
Vermersch, John A.
Brown, W. Steven
Pettigrew, Neal R.
Irish, James D.
Ramp, Steven R.
Schlitz, Ronald J.
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The Nantucket Shoals Flux Experiment (NSFE79) was conducted across the continental shelf and upper slope south of Nantucket from March, 1979 to April , 1980 to measure the flow of shelf water from the Georges Bank/Gulf of Maine region into the Middle Atlantic Bight. Conceived as a cooperative field experiment involving the Northeast Fisheries Center (NMFS), U.S. Geological Survey (Woods Hole), University of New Hampshire, and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the experiment contained two principal components, a moored array of current meter and bottom instrumentation deployed at six locations across the shelf and upper slope spanning a depth range from 46 m to 810 m, and a series of 27 hydrographic surveys made along or near the moored array line during the experiment. A basic description of the NSFE79 hydrographic data has been given in Part 1 by Wright (1983). A description of the moored array components and the basic moored array data sets is presented here in Part 2.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Beardsley, Robert C., Alessi, Carol A., Vermersch, John A., Brown, W. Steven, Pettigrew, Neal R., Irish, James D., Ramp, Steven R., Schlitz, Ronald J., Butman, Bradford, "Nantucket shoals flux experiment (NSFE79) : part 2, moored array data report", 1983-11, DOI:10.1575/1912/8859, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8859
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