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Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise 16

Edward Chin

Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise 16

by Edward Chin

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Published by Marine Laboratory, Texas A&M University in Galveston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anton Bruun (Ship),
  • Oceanography -- Observations -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • Marine fauna -- Pacific Ocean.,
  • Marine fauna -- Galapagos Islands.,
  • Peru Current.,
  • Galapagos Islands.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward Chin.
    SeriesSpecial report / Marine Laboratory, Texas A&M University, Galveston, Texas -- no. 6., Special report (Texas A & M University at Galveston. Marine Research Laboratory) -- no. 6.
    ContributionsTexas A & M University at Galveston. Marine Research Laboratory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGC63.A58 C5 1966
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36, [71] leaves :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15451201M

    The 'Anton Bruun' (named for the distinguished Danish scientist who did so much to start the International Program) has been in the Indian Ocean for about one year now, to carry out the U.S. Biological Program. Many scientists from many U.S. and foreign organizations have so far taken part in cruises on board the ship. Strange writing was carved on the columns and nearby, sonar detected strange lumps on the otherwise level bottom, indicative of possible building ruins. Menzies, from the research ship Anton Bruun, stated that the find suggested evidence of a sunken city, as reported in the New York Times, Ap

    U.S. National Research Foundation Research Vessel ANTON 3, × 3,; MB USS Williamsburg (AGC) in jpg 1, × ; MB USS Williamsburg jpg × ; 80 KB. tributions to Paleobiology, num 45 pages, 1 figure, 8 plates. —The collections described in this paper add significantly to the brachiopod fauna. Most of the specimens were collected on the following cruises of the Woods Hole Oceanographic research vessel Anton Bruun .

    familiar research programs that advanced understanding of the ocean (Holland, ). At that time (), IOC and its 50 member nations recognized that international cooperation was not an end in itself, but that, through coopera-tive research, the benefits of scientific, political, and economic endeavors would exceed their costs. In bringing. first cruise as PSO such a pleasure. There was a ‘70’s theme party during the cruise, and all were amused by Mike’s wilful misinterpretation of the invitation as over’s rather than ’s. He appeared with walking stick and pension book, and wearing a slightly disreputable tweed jacket, in anticipation of times to come, one supposes.


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Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise 16 by Edward Chin, unknown edition,Pages:   Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise 16 Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise 16 by Edward Chin Published by Marine Laboratory, Texas A&M University in : Get this from a library.

Cruise report, research vessel Anton Bruun, cruise [Robert J Menzies; Edward Chin; Texas A & M University at Galveston.

Marine Research Laboratory.]. Anton Bruun subsequently continued her oceanographic voyages until During that year, while laid up for repairs in a floating drydock, the ship suffered extensive damage when the drydock sank unexpectedly.

Anton Bruun was slated to be transferred to the Indian government. Restoration, in view of the apparent damage suffered in the drydock Builder: Bath Iron Works. On Octo the oceanographic ship R/V Anton Bruun was working off Callao, Peru in the Pacific Ocean over the Milne-Edwards Deep of the Peru-Chile Trench system.

The research scientists aboard were taking bottom cores, dredge samples, and bottom photographs in. Most of the specimens were collected on the following cruises of the Woods Hole Oceanographic research vessel Anton Bruun while participating in the biological program of the International Indian Ocean Expedition: Research vessel Anton Bruun 1, east side of the Indian Ocean and Andaman Sea; Cruise 4B, off the Gulf of Cutch in the Arabian Sea; Cruises 7 and 8, in.

43 p. 27 cm The collections described in this paper add significantly to the brachiopod fauna. Most of the specimens were collected on the following cruises of the Woods Hole Oceanographic research vessel Anton Bruun while participating in the biological program of the International Indian Ocean Expedition: Research vessel Anton Bruun 1, east side of the Indian Ocean and Andaman Sea; Cruise 4B, off the Gulf of.

Mead, G.: Cruise Report, Research Vessel Anton Bruun Cruise XIII. Spec. Rep. 3, mar. Lab. Texas, A & M University Galveston, Texas ().

Google Scholar Menzies, R. J.: General results of biological investigations on the deep-sea fauna made on the USNS Eltanin (USARP) during Cruise 13 between Panamá and Valparaíso, Chile, in MENZI~ R.

L and E. CsIN () Cruise Report, Research Vessel Anton Brunn, Cruise Spec~ Rept. Mar. Lab., Texas A & M Univ., Galveston, 1, 43 pp. (Unpublished manuscript). MENZIES R. L, L. SMIT~ and K. EMgRY () A combined underwater camera and bottom grab: a new tool for investigation of deep-sea benthos.

One must also know some facts regarding the abundance of other species in the fauna to provide a conclusive demonstration of dominance. Acknowledgements--This research was supported by NSF Grant GA The Anton-Bruun Cruise 11 to the Milne-Edwards Trench was sponsored by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

Additional work to be undertaken on each cruise will vary depending on each cruise. Intensive sampling will be done with different types of gear, as shown below in the cruise schedule established for the ANTON BRUUN. ANTON BRUUN Cruise I (Figure I3) Arrived Sailed 3. Scientist, Anton Bruun Cru for permission to publish this pre­ Cruise Report, Research Vessel Anton Bruun, Cruise Texas A 6 M Univ.

Mar. Lab. Spec. Kept. 1:text figs. (A preliminary report, not constituting a publication). NUfJEZ BARRON, SANTIAGO. Crustdceos de la Expedicion Arica Appendix 1 Stations Occupied by the R/V Anton Bruun as part of the IIOE The cruise reports from the R/V Anton Bruun are found in the references below.

The cruise reports provide the basic data from the 11 cruises of the Bruun that were part of the U.S. Program in Biology that contributed to the International Indian Ocean Expedition. At hours on 12 September (day } the research vessel ENDEAVOR departed Woods Hole for a 22 day cruise to study the physical, chemical, and biological structure of warm core ring D.

The cruise was the first. Fig. 1 _ United States National Science Foundation research vessel Anton Bruun at anchor off PhuiCruise 1 in the Bay of Bengal.

gest fish catches were taken off Muscat and Oman (Arabia). The precipitous and uneven ean bottom at depths greater than about fathoms in both the Bay of Bengal and the Ara­. ANTON BRUUN Cruise Nine, I.I.C December, is 30* FIGURE 1.—Map of Cruise 9, Decemberof the research vessel Anton Bruun for the Interna-tional Indian Ocean Expedition, under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, showing the collecting stations listed in Table I.

Bitentaculate Cirratulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) collected chiefly during cruises of the R/V Anton Bruun, USNS Eltanin, USCG Glacier, R/V Hero, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer, and R/V Polarstern from. hrs on 3 June by the RN Anton Bruun, cruise 16 (Chin ).

The specimen was not formally documented until now. Identification was based on comparisons and morphological descriptions in Compagno (). This specimen is housed in the research collections Douglas J.

Long of the Department of Ichthyology, California Academy of Sciences (CAS. The object of the cruise, on the research vessel Anton Bruun, was to study distribution and collect samples of fish from shore depths to the bottom of the Peruvian Trench (6, meters).

Ex- tensive collections were made at San Felix Island and Juan Fernan- dez Islands, several hundred miles off. Cruise Report, Research Vessel "Anton Bruun," Cru June Box 1 of 8. Reviews of Research Proposals and Other Applications, (5 folders) Scientific Equipment and Book Fund, Box 2 of 8.

NSF Final Report, #16 Harper and Row, Publishers, Polar Environments. The collections described in this paper add significantly to the brachiopod fauna. Most of the specimens were collected on the following cruises of the Woods Hole Oceanographic research vessel Anton Bruun while participating in the biological program of the International Indian Ocean Expedition: Cruise 1, east side of the Indian Ocean and Andaman Sea; Cruise 4B, off the Gulf of Cutch in the.The ship's engines, too, were reconditioned, and her bilge keels were modified to make the ship more stable.

Renamed Anton Bruun, in honor of the noted Danish marine biologist, the ship made 10 scientific cruises in the Indian Ocean, conducting broad sample studies of bottom, midwater, and surface life.

She caught specimens of plankton; did. Anton Dohrn, Anton Dohrn was given to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in June for local-area scientific work. The vessel made at least 40 cruises from the Gulf of Maine to the coast of New Jersey, testing bathythermographs, underwater cameras, and other newly designed instruments, and conducting underwater sound transmission experiments and harbor studies.