The Marine Light-Mixed Layer Experiment took place in the sub-Arctic North Atlantic ocean, approximately 275 miles south of Reykjavik, Iceland. Data from two buoys, fielded in 1989 and 1991, are presented separately.
The experiment was funded by the Office Of Naval Research.
69 degrees 35.61 minutes N, 20 degrees 57.85 minutes E
Dickey, T., J. Marra, M. Stramska, C. Langdon, T. Granata, R. Weller, A. Plueddemann, and J. Yoder, Bio-optical and physical variability in the sub-arctic North Atlantic Ocean during the spring of 1989, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 22,541-22,556, 1994.
Stramska, M., T. Dickey, J. Marra, A. Plueddemann, C. Langdon, and R. Weller, Bio-optical variability associated with phytoplankton dynamics in the North Atlantic Ocean during spring and summer of 1991, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6621-6632.
Plueddemann, A. J., R. A. Weller, M. Stramska, T. D. Dickey, and J. Marra, The vertical structure of the upper ocean during the Marine Light-Mixed Layer experiment, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6605-6619, 1995.
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