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RRS James Cook Cruise 30, 26 Dec 2008-30 Jan 2009. Antarctic Deep Water Rates of Export (ANDREX)

RRS James Cook Cruise 30, 26 Dec 2008-30 Jan 2009. Antarctic Deep Water Rates of Export (ANDREX)
RRS James Cook Cruise 30, 26 Dec 2008-30 Jan 2009. Antarctic Deep Water Rates of Export (ANDREX)
This report describes scientific activities on RRS James Cook cruise 30, “ANDREX”, westwards from 30°E and in the vicinity of latitude 60°S, between late December 2008 and late January 2009. The cruise was terminated about halfway through by a medical emergency. Hydrographic work comprised 27 CTD/LADCP stations. Water samples were captured for measurement of salinity, dissolved oxygen, inorganic nutrients, oxygen isotope fraction, chlorofluorocarbons and sulphur hexafluoride, dissolved inorganic carbon and alkalinity, helium / tritium / noble gases and radiocarbon. Underway measurements comprised navigation, currents (ADCP), meteorology, and sea surface temperature and salinity. The remainder of the hydrographic section was executed a year later on RRS James Clark Ross, cruise JR239.
ADCP, ANDREX, CO2, CFC, CTD, helium, James Cook, LADCP, nutrients, oxygen, oxygen isotope, radiocarbon, SF6, Southern Ocean, tritium, Weddell Sea
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National Oceanography Centre Southampton
Bacon, S.
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Bacon, S. and et al, , Jullion, L. (ed.) (2011) RRS James Cook Cruise 30, 26 Dec 2008-30 Jan 2009. Antarctic Deep Water Rates of Export (ANDREX) (National Oceanography Centre Cruise Report, 8) Southampton, UK. National Oceanography Centre Southampton 97pp.

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Abstract

This report describes scientific activities on RRS James Cook cruise 30, “ANDREX”, westwards from 30°E and in the vicinity of latitude 60°S, between late December 2008 and late January 2009. The cruise was terminated about halfway through by a medical emergency. Hydrographic work comprised 27 CTD/LADCP stations. Water samples were captured for measurement of salinity, dissolved oxygen, inorganic nutrients, oxygen isotope fraction, chlorofluorocarbons and sulphur hexafluoride, dissolved inorganic carbon and alkalinity, helium / tritium / noble gases and radiocarbon. Underway measurements comprised navigation, currents (ADCP), meteorology, and sea surface temperature and salinity. The remainder of the hydrographic section was executed a year later on RRS James Clark Ross, cruise JR239.

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Published date: December 2011
Additional Information: New series incorporating reports from NOC Liverpool and Southampton Sites
Keywords: ADCP, ANDREX, CO2, CFC, CTD, helium, James Cook, LADCP, nutrients, oxygen, oxygen isotope, radiocarbon, SF6, Southern Ocean, tritium, Weddell Sea
Organisations: Marine Physics and Ocean Climate

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Local EPrints ID: 208983
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/208983
PURE UUID: fafe6845-041f-4d8e-9d12-528b1c54461d

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Date deposited: 24 Jan 2012 14:11
Last modified: 20 Dec 2018 17:32

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Author: S. Bacon
Editor: L. Jullion
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