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Detailed study for "ships of opportunity" programme to collect expendable bathythermograph observations in the North Atlantic

Detailed study for "ships of opportunity" programme to collect expendable bathythermograph observations in the North Atlantic
Detailed study for "ships of opportunity" programme to collect expendable bathythermograph observations in the North Atlantic
staffpub
252
Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
Fisher, A. E.
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Gould, W. J.
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Fisher, A. E.
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Gould, W. J.
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Fisher, A. E. and Gould, W. J. (1986) Detailed study for "ships of opportunity" programme to collect expendable bathythermograph observations in the North Atlantic (Institute of Oceanographic Sciences internal document, 252) Wormley, UK. Institute of Oceanographic Sciences 11pp.

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Published date: 1986
Keywords: staffpub
Organisations: National Oceanography Centre

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/392106
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