PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA FOR A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC OCEAN EXTENDING FROM THE COASTS OF WASHINGTON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA WESTWARD TO 131 DEG W, APRIL 1956 - APRIL 1958
WASHINGTON UNIV SEATTLE
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Short offshore cruises were made to observe conditions off the coasts of Washington and Vancouver Island at various seasons of the year. Most of the cruises included a series of inshore stations which provided continuity of sampling from Puget Sound through Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and out across the continental shelf to deep water offshore. A cruise was undertaken to investigate Cobb Seamount and environs, 280 miles west of Willpa Bay. Two oceanographic stations were taken, both located 50 miles west of Cape Flattery, for the purpose of thermistor bridge measurements. Data obtained during the cruises are presented.