Sustained monitoring of the southern ocean at Drake Passage: Past achievements and future priorities
Meredith, Michael P.; Woodworth, Philip L.; Chereskin, Teresa K.; Marshall, David P.; Allison, Lesley C.; Bigg, Grant R.; Donohue, Kathy; Heywood, Karen J.; Hughes, Chris W.; Hibbert, Angela; Hogg, Andrew; Johnson, Helen L.; Jullion, Loic; King, Brian A.; Leach, Harry; Lenn, Yueng-Djern; Maqueda, Miguel A Morales; Munday, David R.; Garabato, Albert C. Naveira; Provost, Christine; Sallee, Jean-Baptiste; Sprintall, Janet
Drake Passage is the narrowest constriction of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) in the Southern Ocean, with implications for global ocean circulation and climate. We review the long-term sustained monitoring programs that have been conducted at Drake Passage, dating back to the early part of the twentieth century. Attention is drawn to numerous breakthroughs that have been made from these programs, including (1) the first determinations of the complex ACC structure and early...[Show more]
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