Warm core ring cruise #1 : R/V Endeavor cruise no. 74
Stalcup, Marvel C.
Joyce, Terrence M.
Schmitt, Raymond W.
Dunworth, Jane A.
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At 1300 hours on 12 September 1981 the research vessel ENDEAVOR departed Woods Hole on a 22 day cruise to study the physical, chemical and biological structure of warm core ring 81-D. The cruise was the first of 5 ENDEAVOR cruises planned as part of the NSF/NASA-sponsored Warm Core Ring study.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Stalcup, Marvel C., Joyce, Terrence M., Schmitt, Raymond W., Dunworth, Jane A., "Warm core ring cruise #1 : R/V Endeavor cruise no. 74", 1982-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/8992, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8992
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