TRACK CHARTS, BATHYMETRY AND LOCATION OF OBSERVATIONS: R/V CHAIN CRUISE NO. 67. SUMMARY CRUISE REPORT PREPARED BY CHIEF SCIENTIST TRACK CHARTS, BATHYMETRY, AND LOCATION OF OBSERVATIONS NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN SOUTHWEST OF BERMUDA 10 MAY - 9 JUNE 1967.
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An Index Chart I shows the overall track of the cruise. Tracks for the oceanic front survey in the insert at 30N, 70W are shown on Index Chart II. This thermal front study from RV CHAIN was augmented by an aircraft infrared radiometer survey made by the weather reconnaissance squadron 4 out of Jacksonville, Florida. The flight pattern of SNOWCLOUD SIX is shown on Index Chart III. There are 35 charts 19 plotted on a Mercator Projection scale 1 degree longitude equals 4 inches and 16 plotted on a VLC 30-22 chart and enlarged showing the track of RV CHAIN over the entire cruise. Echo sounding records were taken during the cruise. They are shown only on the ships track to and from the work areas, at breaks in the slope. All soundings are based on sound velocity of 4800 ft.sec., and are corrected for depth of transducer. Loran A was used until 19 May 0724 and Loran C used for remainder of the cruise as noted on the charts. Included also is a Station Log, Regular and Expendable Bathythermograph Listings, and a Fish Tow Log. Author
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography
- Acoustic Detection and Detectors