The State of the California Current, 1996-1997: Mixed Signals from the Tropics
Schwing, Franklin B.
Mantyla, Arnold W.
Hayward, Thomas L.
Mascarenas, Affonso S. Jr.
Cummings, Sherry L.
Sakuma, Keith M.
Castillo, Sergio I. Larios
Chavez, Francisco P.
Ainley, David G.
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A large number of data sets from within the California Current region, and the large-scale fields that affect this region, are available for timely assessment of recent environmental conditions in this system. In addition to the long-running quarterly CalCOFI cruises, which featured the initial research cruise of RV Roger Revelle, several surveys off Baja California and central California have provided information on coastal areas adjacent to the present CalCOFI coverage. Conditions throughout the north Pacific and in the California Current are summarized and interpreted for the 1996-97 period.
Schwing et al.: The California Current, 1996-1997, CalCOFI Rep., Vol. 38, 1997
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