Mike McCartney, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
Part of the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) Hydrographic Program. The object of this cruise was to occupy a series of CTD-O2 (Conductivity- Temperature-Depth-Oxygen) stations along two, approximately north-south tracks. The first track started at 30°S. 95°E and ended at the edge of the ice of Antarctica at 82°E. The second track began at the ice edge at 111°E and proceeded north to the continental shelf of Australia at 115°E.
CTD data obtained from the WOCE data resource http://woce.nodc.noaa.gov/wdiu/index.htm
No reports known - if you know of any, please contact the Data Centre and we can add them.
|30° 00.0' S|
|81° 00.0' E||110° 00.0' E|
|64° 00.0' S|
No track has been constructed.
There is no weather data for this voyage.
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No Australian Antarctic Science Projects for voyage. See Current and Previous Projects for details on other projects.