The South Channel Ocean Productivity Experiment

Project Description
The South Channel Ocean Productivity Experiment was a multidisciplinary study
of a whale-zooplankton predator-prey system in the southwestern Gulf of Maine
that focused on the oceanographic factors responsible for the development of
dense patches of the copepod Calanus finmarchicus, the major prey resource for
right whales.

See Robert D. Kenney and Karen F. Wishner. The South Channel Ocean
Productivity EXperiment. CSR, 15:-383, 1995.