Temperature data from the Marine Light - Mixed Layer Experiment 1991 (MLML91)Entry ID: mlml91_Temp
Abstract: The Marine Light - Mixed Layer Experiment took place in
the sub-Arctic North Atlantic ocean, approximately 275
miles south of Reykjavik, Iceland in 2822m of water.
Data is available from a mooring fielded from
April 29-September 6, 1991.
The experiment was funded by the Office Of Naval Research.
Temperature Data from this experiment include:
Sample Rate: 900 seconds (15 minute)
16 Depth Bins
Color contour plot of complete temperature dataset
Instruments: Vector Averaging Wind Recorder, Brancker Temperature
recorder, and Multi-Variable Moored System
(Click for Interactive Map)
This data set description is a member of a collection. The collection is described in
Start Date: 1991-04-30Stop Date: 1991-09-06
ISO Topic Category
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: gsfc-gcmduso at mail.nasa.gov
Plueddemann, A. J., R. A. Weller, T. D. Dickey, J. Marra,
G. H. Tupper, B. S. Way, W. M. Ostrom, P. R. Bouchard,
A. L. Oien, and N. R. Galbraith, The Marine Light-Mixed
Layer Experiment Cruise and Data Report, Woods Hole
Oceanographic Inst. Tech. Rep 93-33, Woods Hole, MA, 124 pp.
Stramska, M., T. Dickey, J. Marra, A. Plueddemann, C. Langdon, and
R. Weller, Bio-optical variability associated with phytoplankton
dynamics in the North Atlantic Ocean during spring and summer of
1991, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6621-6632.
Plueddemann, A. J., R. A. Weller, M. Stramska, T. D. Dickey, and
J. Marra, The vertical structure of the upper ocean during the
Marine Light-Mixed Layer experiment, J. Geophys. Res., 100,
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2001-12-20
Last DIF Revision Date: 2005-11-28