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Ship-based Repeat Hydrography: a Strategy for a Sustained Global Programme. A Community White Paper developed by the Global Ocean Ship-based Repeat Hydrographic Investigations Panel for the OceanObs ’09 Conference, Venice, Italy, 21–25 September 2009.
(UNESCO, Paris, France, 2009)
Ship-based hydrography is the only method for obtaining high-quality measurements with high spatial and vertical resolution of a suite of physical, chemical, and biological parameters over the full ocean water column, and ...
Guide to Best Practices for Ocean CO2 Measurements.
(North Pacific Marine Science Organization, Sidney, British Columbia, 2007)
The collection of extensive, reliable, oceanic carbon data was a key component of the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) and World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) and continues to be a cornerstone of the ...
The GO-SHIP Repeat Hydrography Manual: a Collection of Expert Reports and Guidelines, Version 1. [Web Document]
Global hydrographic surveys have been carried out approximately every decade since the 1970s through research programs such as GEOSECS, TTO/SAVE, WOCE / JGOFS, and CLIVAR. However, global repeat hydrography ...
Determination of Dissolved Nutrients (N, P, SI) in Seawater With High Precision and Inter-Comparability Using Gas-Segmented Continuous Flow Analysers. [SUPERSEDED by http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-555]
The Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP) brings together scientists with interests in physical oceanography, the carbon cycle, marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems, ...
Determination of Dissolved Oxygen in Seawater by Winkler Titration Using The Amperometric Technique.
This paper describes procedures to be used for the determination of dissolved oxygen in discrete samples of seawater. These procedures are based on the modified Winkler titration method ...
A User’s guide for selected autonomous biogeochemical sensors. An outcome from the 1st IOCCP International Sensors Summer Course, June 22 – July 1, 2015, Kristineberg, Sweden.
(IOCCP, Sopot, Poland, 2017)
Over the last decade, ocean observing technology has risen to the challenge of scientist by providing them with cost - effective tools that can take measurements of essential biogeochemical ...