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Data set name

Hydrographic data (plus nutrients and chlorophyll) from cruise ATLOR VII in upwelling region off NW Africa in 1975

Data holding centreInstitute of Marine Sciences. Mediterranean Marine and Environmental Research Centre (CMIMA-ICM-CSIC)
CountrySpain  Spain
Time periodFrom 4 to 30 November 1975
OngoingNo
Geographical area

Upwelling region off NW Africa

Observations 
Parameters

Alkalinity, acidity and pH of the water column; Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies; Dissolved oxygen parameters in the water column; Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column; Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column; Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column; Salinity of the water column; Silicate concentration parameters in the water column; Temperature of the water column

Instruments

Salinity sensor; pH sensors; autoanalysers; spectrophotometers

Description 
Summary

The data were collected on the cruise ATLOR VII carried out in the upwelling region of NW Africa from 4-30 November 1975 on board the R/V Cornide de Saavedra. On 35 stations located in the Atlantic, between 16° 30'N and 23° N and from the African coast to 22° W, were collected hydrographic and chemical data at different depths of the water column (generally between 0 and 1000 m).

OriginatorsInstitute of Marine Sciences. Mediterranean Marine and Environmental Research Centre (CMIMA-ICM-CSIC)
Availability 
OrganisationInstitute of Marine Sciences. Mediterranean Marine and Environmental Research Centre (CMIMA-ICM-CSIC)
AvailabilityMoratorium
ContactDr. Marta Estrada
Address

Institute of Marine Sciences. Mediterranean Marine and Environmental Research Centre (CMIMA-ICM-CSIC)
Paseo MarĂ­timo de la Barceloneta, 37-49
Barcelona

08003
Spain

Telephone+34 93 2216416
Facsimile+34 932 309555
Administration 
Collating centreIEO/Spanish Oceanographic Institute
Local identifier8008002
Global identifier2572
Last revised2009-02-11