Along-track, Near-surface Salinity, Temperature, Fluorescence and PAR Measured during the JGOFS North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE)Entry ID: JGOFS_NABE_LONGTRACK
Abstract: The Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) seeks to understand
the processes that control the transfer of carbon and other
biologically active elements in the ocean. In addition, JGOFS
hopes to improve global-scale predictions of the ocean's response to
human-inducded climate change.
The North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE) ... was a multidisciplinary,
multinational pilot study of JGOFS, studying the spring phytoplankton
bloom in the North Atlantic and its associated biogeochemical
processes. It took place from April until July, 1989, on two cruises
of the RV Atlantis II and one cruise of the RV Endeavor. The stations
in the North Atlantic were located from 18N to 72N and from 8W to 47W.
As the ship motored between stations, measurements were made along the
ship's track. These measurements include salinity, temperature,
fluorescence, and photosynthetically available radiation (PAR).
The data is public domain and can be retrieved on-line at
[This summary was derived from Oceanus vol. 35 and from the JGOFS WWW
pages at WHOI.]
Start Date: 1989-04-25Stop Date: 1989-07-07
ISO Topic Category
Distribution Media: Online (WWW)
Moss Landing Marine Laboratory
City: Moss Landing
Province or State: CA
Ducklow, H.W., and Harris, R.P. 1993. Introduction to the JGOFS North
Atlantic Bloom Experiment. Deep Sea Research II, Vol. 40, No. 1/2,
Livingston, H.D. and Bowles, M.C. 1992. U.S. Joint Global Ocean Flux
Study Program. Oceanus, Vol. 35, No. 1, p. 57-59.
Extended Metadata Properties
(Click to view more)
Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 2017-08-23