Physical, nutrient, and biological measurements of coastal waters off Central California in October 2005
Rago, Thomas A.
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The results of analyses of hydrographic, nutrient, and biological data collected in coastal ocean waters off Central California in October 2005 aboard the R/V Point Sur are presented in both tabular and graphical form. The cruise proceeded from Moss Landing, California, to Point Reyes, California, following CalCOFI line 67 to station 90, thence to CalCOFI line 60/station 90, and finally along CalCOFI line 60. Marine mammal observations taken during the cruise are also included.
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