R/V KNORR Cruise No. 13 October 7-21, 1970
WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION MA
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KNORR 13 was a scheduled buoy cruise, made during October, 1970. The objective of the cruise was to deploy and recover instrumented deep-sea moorings. Buoy stations 343, 344, 345, 348, and 349 were recovered. Stations 352, 353, 354, and 355 were set. In addition, one mooring at 35 deg 44 min N, 70 deg 37 min W was recovered for the University of Rhode Island. Mooring work was performed at Sites D, J, and L and on the Continental Slope in position 39 deg 50 min N, 70 deg 56 min W. A topographic survey was made in the immediate area of a three-mooring array located on the Continental Slope. Hydrographic stations were taken along the 71 deg W meridian between 39 degrees N and 40 degrees N. A 23-hour CCTD station was made in position 39 degrees N, 71 degrees W. Surface plankton tows were made daily.
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography