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Part 3: Techniques of Investigation

14: Ocean Instruments and Experimental Design, D. James Baker, Jr., pp. 396-433

14.1 Observations and the Impact of New Instruments, pp. 396-397 
14.2 Instrument Development: Some Principles and History, pp. 398-401 
14.3 Examples of Modern Ocean Instruments, pp. 402-428 
14.4 Ocean Experiment Design, pp. 429-433

Chapter 14 - complete (PDF - 4.8MB)

Chapter 14 - sections:

14.1 - 14.2 (PDF
14.3 - 14.4 (PDF - 4.0MB)

15: Geochemical Tracers and Ocean Circulation, W.S. Broecker, pp. 434-461

15.1 Introduction, p. 434 
15.2 Water-Transport Tracers, pp. 435-447 
15.3 Water-Mass Tracers, p. 448 
15.4 Modeling Tracer Data, p. 448 
15.5 Current Applications, p. 449 
15.6 Ventilation of the Deep Sea, pp. 450-455 
15.7 Ventilation of the Main Oceanic Thermocline, p. 456 
15.8 Formation of Deep Waters, pp. 457-458 
15.9 Vertical Mixing Rates, pp. 459-461

Chapter 15 - complete (PDF - 2.7MB)

Chapter 15 - sections:

15.1 - 15.5 (PDF - 1.6MB
15.6 - 15.9 (PDF - 1.1MB)

16: The Origin and Development of Laboratory Models and Analogues of the Ocean Circulation, Alan J. Faller, pp. 462-480

16.1 A Brief Philosophy of Laboratory Experiments, p. 462 
16.2 Introduction, pp. 463-464 
16.3 The Experiments of W.S. von Arx, p. 465 
16.4 The SAF Model, pp. 466-467 
16.5 Experiments with Rotating Covers, pp. 468-471 
16.6 A Variety of Interesting Experiments, pp. 472-477 
16.7 Concluding Remarks, pp. 477-480

Chapter 16 - complete (PDF - 2.1MB)

Chapter 16 - sections:

16.1 - 16.4 (PDF
16.5 - 16.7 (PDF - 1.4MB)

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