Current patterns in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica and their relationship to local biotic communities

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Current speed and direction measurements collected during summer (January–February) and sping (November–December) of 1984 indicated that currents in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica were dominated by oscillatory flow associated with diurnal tidal components (O1, K1, P1). Net flow was southward in the eastern Sound, mixed in the central Sound, and northward in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00442028

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@article{Barry2004CurrentPI, title={Current patterns in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica and their relationship to local biotic communities}, author={J. P. Barry and Paul K. Dayton}, journal={Polar Biology}, year={2004}, volume={8}, pages={367-376} }