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RRS James Clark Ross Cruise 94, 01 Dec-15 Dec 2003. Drake Passage repeat hydrography: WOCE Southern Repeat Section 1b - Burdwood Bank to Elephant Island

RRS James Clark Ross Cruise 94, 01 Dec-15 Dec 2003. Drake Passage repeat hydrography: WOCE Southern Repeat Section 1b - Burdwood Bank to Elephant Island
RRS James Clark Ross Cruise 94, 01 Dec-15 Dec 2003. Drake Passage repeat hydrography: WOCE Southern Repeat Section 1b - Burdwood Bank to Elephant Island
This report describes the ninth occupation of the Drake Passage section, established during the World Ocean Circulation Experiment as repeat section SR1b. It was first occupied by Southampton Oceanography Centre in collaboration with the British Antarctic Survey in 1993, and has been re-occupied most years. Thirty-two full depth stations were completed, a test station, the RaTS station in Marguarite Bay, and the 30 stations for the SR1b Drake Passage section. The CTD was a Sea-Bird 911plus with dual temperature and conductivity sensors, an altimeter
and an SBE35 thermometer. Direct velocity (LADCP) measurements were also made, using a downward looking RDI Workhorse WH300 ADCP (WH) unit. Various underway measurements included navigation, VM-ADCP, sea surface temperature and salinity, water depth and meteorological parameters.
Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Antarctic Ocean, ADCP, Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler, cruise 94 2003, CTD Observations, Drake Passage, James Clark Ross, Lowered ADCP, LADCP, Southern Ocean, Vessel-Mounted ADCP, WOCE, World Ocean Circulation Experiment
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Southampton Oceanography Centre
Hawker, E.J.
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Hawker, E.J., King, B.A. and Sparrow, M. (2005) RRS James Clark Ross Cruise 94, 01 Dec-15 Dec 2003. Drake Passage repeat hydrography: WOCE Southern Repeat Section 1b - Burdwood Bank to Elephant Island (Southampton Oceanography Centre Cruise Report, 55) Southampton, UK. Southampton Oceanography Centre 56pp.

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Abstract

This report describes the ninth occupation of the Drake Passage section, established during the World Ocean Circulation Experiment as repeat section SR1b. It was first occupied by Southampton Oceanography Centre in collaboration with the British Antarctic Survey in 1993, and has been re-occupied most years. Thirty-two full depth stations were completed, a test station, the RaTS station in Marguarite Bay, and the 30 stations for the SR1b Drake Passage section. The CTD was a Sea-Bird 911plus with dual temperature and conductivity sensors, an altimeter
and an SBE35 thermometer. Direct velocity (LADCP) measurements were also made, using a downward looking RDI Workhorse WH300 ADCP (WH) unit. Various underway measurements included navigation, VM-ADCP, sea surface temperature and salinity, water depth and meteorological parameters.

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Published date: 2005
Keywords: Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Antarctic Ocean, ADCP, Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler, cruise 94 2003, CTD Observations, Drake Passage, James Clark Ross, Lowered ADCP, LADCP, Southern Ocean, Vessel-Mounted ADCP, WOCE, World Ocean Circulation Experiment

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/15510
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Date deposited: 18 Apr 2005
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 19:18

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Author: E.J. Hawker
Author: B.A. King
Author: M. Sparrow

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