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Atmospheric Administration
United States Department of Commerce


FY 1995

Chemical and hydrographic measurements from the Equatorial Pacific during boreal spring 1992

Lantry, T., M.F. Lamb, J.C. Hendee, R. Wanninkhof, R.A. Feely, F.J. Millero, R. Byrne, E.T. Peltzer, D. Wilson, and G. Berberian

NOAA Data Report ERL AOML-27, NTIS: PB95-227773, 134 pp (1995)

From February 24 to May 19, 1992, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Climate and Global Change Program sponsored a major cooperative effort with the U.S. Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (U.S. JGOFS) to study the role of equatorial processes on CO cycling in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific during the 1991-92 El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) event. The NOAA ship Malcolm Baldrige performed four transequatorial sections in the region and this report presents hydrographic and chemical data from that cruise including tables of the following data from each station: hydrography from each CTD cast at the bottle trip depths, dissolved oxygen, fCO, DIC, pH, TAlk, nutrients, and TOC. Descriptions of the sampling techniques and analytical methods used in the collection and processing of these data are also presented.

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