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RRS Charles Darwin Cruise 104 Leg 1, 12 Feb - 19 Mar 1997. Scheherezade: an interdisciplinary study of the Gulf of Oman, Strait of Hormuz and the southern Arabian Gulf

Roe, H.S.J.. 1997 RRS Charles Darwin Cruise 104 Leg 1, 12 Feb - 19 Mar 1997. Scheherezade: an interdisciplinary study of the Gulf of Oman, Strait of Hormuz and the southern Arabian Gulf. Southampton, Southampton Oceanography Centre, 77pp. (Southampton Oceanography Centre Cruise Report 9)

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Abstract/Summary

Scheherezade is a multidisciplinary survey of the Gulf of Oman, Strait of Hormuz and the southern Arabian Gulf. Leg 1 took place between 12 February to 19 March 1997, from Muscat to Abu Dhabi. It comprised a mix of hydrography, biology and remote sensing. CTD, meteorology, biology, multifrequency bioacoustics, hull mounted ADCP, surface thermosalinograph and multispectral irradiance surveys were carried out in all three areas. SeaSoar - fitted with an Optical Plankton Counter - was used in the Strait of Hormuz and Arabian Gulf.

Item Type: Publication - Report (Project Report)
Additional Keywords: acronym, sdcp, algal blooms, arabian gulf, bioacoustics, biology, charles darwin, conchoderma, cruise 104 leg 1 1997, ctd observations, gulf of oman, hydrography, irradiance, lightfish, meteorology, plankton counter, project, remote sensing, scheherezade, seasoar, strait Of hormuz, towed undulating bioacoustic sensor, tuba
Date made live: 03 Feb 2004 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/100312

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