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Winter waves in the northern North Sea at 57°30"N 3°00"E recorded by M. V. Famita

L. Draper

Winter waves in the northern North Sea at 57°30"N 3°00"E recorded by M. V. Famita

by L. Draper

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Published by NIO in Wormley .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementL. Draper and J. S. Driver.
SeriesN.I.O. Internal Report -- noA.48
ContributionsDriver, J. S., National Institute of Oceanography.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22147315M

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Winter waves in the northern North Sea at 57°30"N 3°00"E recorded by M. V. Famita by L. Draper Download PDF EPUB FB2

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FAMITA, a Norwegian rescue and meteorological vessel which is stationed in the North Sea in 40 fathoms of water miles east of Peterhead at 57°30'N 3 OO'E. The record* from one winter's operation, from October - March have been analysed, mainly.

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