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  1. Physical oceanography during Roger A. Revelle cruise KIWI-9

    Morrison, John M

  2. Physical oceanography during Roger A. Revelle cruise KIWI-8

    Morrison, John M

  3. Physical oceanography during Roger A. Revelle cruise KIWI-7

    Morrison, John M

  4. Physical oceanography during Roger A. Revelle cruise KIWI-6

    Morrison, John M

  5. Particle flux in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean

    Honjo, Susumu; Francois, Roger; Manganini, Steven J; Dymond, Jack R; Collier, Robert W
    An array of five bottom-tethered moorings with 19 PARFLUX time-series sediment trap at three depths (1 and 2 km below the surface, and 0.7 km above the sea-floor) was deployed in the western Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean, along 170°W. The five stations were selected to sample settling particles in the main hydrological zones of the Southern Ocean. The sampling period spanned 425 days (November 28, 1996-January 23, 1998) and was divided into 13 or 21 synchronized time intervals. A total of 174 sequential samples were recovered and analyzed to estimate fluxes of total mass (TMF), organic carbon, carbonate,...

  6. Vertical flux and lithologic material in the Ross Sea

    Collier, Robert W; Dymond, Jack R; Honjo, Susumu; Manganini, Steven J; Francois, Roger; Dunbar, Robert G
    As part of the USJGOFS-AESOPS program, we deployed an array of moored sediment traps and determined the composition and vertical flux of particulate matter through the water column of the continental shelf environment of the Ross Sea. We deployed two moorings, with two traps each. One mooring was located in the southcentral Ross Sea along the line of AESOPS process studies; the other mooring was located in the northcentral Ross Sea. The flux in the southern Ross Sea was generally double that in the north, and there was a significant increase in flux into the deep traps indicating horizontal transport...

  7. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS7a_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  8. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS6_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  9. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS5_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  10. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS4_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  11. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS3_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  12. Diatom assamblage in samples from sediment trap NBP96-04A_MS2_trap

    Grigorov, Ivo; Rigual-Hernandez, Andrés S; Honjo, Susumu; Kemp, Alan E S; Armand, Leanne K

  13. Physical oceanography from SeaSoar CTDs at line KIWI-8/SeaSoar_1-1

    Cowles, Timothy

  14. Physical oceanography from SeaSoar CTDs at line KIWI-6/SeaSoar_1

    Cowles, Timothy

  15. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP98-02

    Takahashi, Taro

  16. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP97-09

    Takahashi, Taro

  17. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP97-08

    Takahashi, Taro

  18. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP97-03

    Takahashi, Taro

  19. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP97-01

    Takahashi, Taro

  20. pCO2 from shipboard continuous surface system at cruise NBP96-06

    Takahashi, Taro

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