Hydrographic atlas of the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE). Volume 1, Southern Ocean / Alejandro H. Orsi and Thomas Whitworth 111; series edited by Michael Sparrow, Piers Chapman and John Gould.

By: Orsi, Alejandro H.
Contributor(s): Whitworth, Thomas | Sparrow, Michael | Chapman, Piers | Gould, John.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) hydrographic atlas series ; v.1.Publisher: Southampton, England : Southampton Oceanography Centre, 2005. Description: 1 atlas (xx, 223 p. ) : ill. , maps (color) ; 38 x 54 cm. + DVD.ISBN: 0904175499 (vol.1).Other title: World Ocean Circulation Experiment : Southern Ocean.Subject(s): ATLASES | SOUTHERN OCEAN | WORLD OCEAN CIRCULATION EXPERIMENT | HYDROGRAPHYHoldings: GRETA POINT: ATLASES 551.465(269) HYD | CHRISTCHURCH: REF (on filing cabinets) Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: A series of four atlases, concentrating respectively on the hydrography of the Pacific, Indian, Atlantic and Southern Oceans. The Southern Ocean is given a separate volume because of the importance of the circumpolar flow on the transport of heat, freshwater and dissolved components. The volumes each have three main components: Full-depth sections, horizontal maps of properties on density surfaces and depth levels, and property-property plots (see the sample plots section). The vertical sections feature potential temperature, salinity, potential density, neutral density, oxygen, nitrate, phosphate, silicate, CFC-11, d3He, tritium, 14C, 13C, total alkalinity and total carbon dioxide, against depth along the WOCE Hydrographic Programme one-time lines.
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A series of four atlases, concentrating respectively on the hydrography of the Pacific, Indian, Atlantic and Southern Oceans. The Southern Ocean is given a separate volume because of the importance of the circumpolar flow on the transport of heat, freshwater and dissolved components. The volumes each have three main components: Full-depth sections, horizontal maps of properties on density surfaces and depth levels, and property-property plots (see the sample plots section). The vertical sections feature potential temperature, salinity, potential density, neutral density, oxygen, nitrate, phosphate, silicate, CFC-11, d3He, tritium, 14C, 13C, total alkalinity and total carbon dioxide, against depth along the WOCE Hydrographic Programme one-time lines.

GRETA POINT: ATLASES 551.465(269) HYD

CHRISTCHURCH: REF (on filing cabinets)

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