Area of Operations: Georges Bank, United States, North America, North Atlantic
Dates: March 08, 1976 to March 13, 1976
Chief scientist: Brad Butman
Objectives: The objective of the cruise was to recover one current meter mooring and deploy five current meter moorings on Georges Bank.
Type of Activity: Mooring work;
Information to be derived: Time series data;
Summary: Severe weather was encountered. Several Coast Guard buoys were serviced during the cruise. In addition, two days were spent in search of a drifting buoy. Two moorings were deployed (4 instruments), and one mooring recovered. The HORNBEAM was kindly made available to USGS for the mooring work. Working days: 1; Ship track (excluding CG search pattern): 750 nm (1350 km); Current meter stations: 2; XBTs: 15; Moorings deployed: 2 (#108 and 111, both recovered FA 76031 OCEANUS 13 Aug. 12-24, 1976). Moorings recovered: 1 (#102 deployed FA 75020 HORNBEAM Sep. 16-18, 1975).
Contact: Brad Butman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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