Ocean moorings measurements, Ryder Bay and Marguerite Bay, Rothera Time-Series (RaTS) sites, 2005
Two moorings were deployed and recovered using the James Clark Ross (cruise numbers: JR112/113, JR155). One was deployed in Ryder Bay at the Rothera Oceanographic and Biological Time Series (RaTS) oceanographic station mid way between Rothera Point and Leonie Islands. The other was deployed in deep water in northern Marguerite Bay. The moorings were used to monitor particle flux, currents, salinity and temperature. Two sediment traps on each mooring were used to measure biogenic flux from surface waters to the seafloor and quantify changes down the water column.
Marguerite Bay, Ryder Bay, currents, moorings, particle flux, salinity, sediment trap
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