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AMT1 Cruise Report

Published: 1996   |  DOI: 10.17031/p3tk-nw88

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The first AMT cruise took place from 21 September to 24 October 1995 on-board the RRS James Clark Ross. The ship sailed from Grimsby (UK) to Montevideo (Uruguay) and then continued on to Stanley (Falkland Islands).

During AMT1 a variety of instruments were used to map the physical, chemical, and biological structure of the upper 200m of the water column.  Ocean colour measurements were made using state-of-the-art sensors and new advances in fluorometry were used to measure photosynthetic activity, which was then used to further interpret primary productivity.  A unique set of samples and data were collected for the planktonic assemblages thoughout the transect. Data from the cruise was used as a primary input for basin-scale biological productivity models.

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Robins, DB 1996 AMT-1 cruise report and preliminary results. PML Publishing. 93pp. doi: 10.17031/p3tk-nw88.

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