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 P ublications on ARGO Project in Russia

  1. Meteorologists promise to rise the forecast accuracy in 1.5 times. Izvestia, 11.1.2000
  2. Oceanography of the Japan Sea. Ed. Danchenkov M.A. Vladivostok, DALNAUKA, 2001:
    • Aubrey D.G., Danchenkov M.A., Riser S.C. Belt of salt water in the north-western Japan sea, p.11-20 (PDF, 0.4 Mb)
    • Danchenkov M.A., Riser S.C. Observations of currents, temperature and salinity in the Japan sea in 1999-2000 by PALACE floats, p.33-40 (PDF, 0.5 Mb)
    • Danchenkov M.A., Togawa O., Hong G.H. Water structure and currents in the north-west Japan sea in may of 1999, p.188-192 (PDF, 0.4 Mb)

 S ome publications on ARGO project abroad

  1. Argo Science Team. On the design and implementation of Argo: An initial plan for a global array of profiling floats.
  2. International CLIVAR Project Office Report 21, GODAE Report 5. GODAE International Project Office, 1998, Melbourne, 32 pp.
  3. Curtin T.B., Bellingham J.B., Catipovic J., Webb D. 1993: Autonomous oceanographic sampling networks. Oceanography, 1993, v.6, N 3, 86-94.
  4. IOC Resolution on the ARGO project, XX-6 2000.
  5. Radhakrishnan K. Indian Ocean ARGO implementation planning. GOOS News, 2000, p.5-6.
  6. D. Roemmich. The ARGO project. GOOS News, 2001, N8, p.5-6.
  7. D. Roemmich. ARGO Science Team 3-rd Meeting (AST-3). PICES News, 2001, N *, p.24-25, 27.
  8. Smith N. GODAE & ARGO. GOOS News, 2000, N11, p.3.
  9. S. Wilson. Launching the ARGO Armada. Oceanus, 2000, N17 (PDF, 1.15 Mb)
    • NWP Gazette (3.2000)
    • BBC Online (27.3.2000)
    • Daily Telegraph (30.3.2000)
    • Physics Today (7.2000)
    • BBC Tomorrow's World (18.4.2001)
    • The Hindu (27.7.2001)
    • PC Advisor (21.11.2001)

 S ome publications on palace floats

  1. Davis R.E., Webb D.C., Regier L.A., Dufour J. J. The Autonomous Lagrangian Circulation Explorer (ALACE). Atmospheric & Oceanic Technology, 1991, v.9, N3, p.264-285.
  2. Davis R.E., Killworth P.D., J. R. Blundell J.R. Comparison of autonomous Lagrangian circulation explorer and fine resolution Antarctic model results in the South Atlantic. J. Geophysical Research, 1996, v.101, N C1, 855-884.
  3. Davis R.E. Preliminary results from directly measured middepth circulation in the tropical and South Pacific. J. Geophysical Research, 1998, v.103, p.24619-24639.
  4. Davis R.E. Observing the general curculation with floats. Deep Sea Research, 1991, v.38, Suppl.N, p.531-571.
  5. Freeland H. Who is ALACE ? What is she ? Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society B., 1996, v.24, N2, p.28-30.
  6. Freeland H. Calibration of the conductivity cells on PALACE floats. US WOCE Report, 1997, p.37-38.
  7. Ollitrault M., Loarc G., Dumortier C. MARVOR: a multi-cycle RAFOS float. Sea Technology, 1994, v.35, N2, 39-40, 43-44.
  8. Price J.F. Bobber floats measure currents' vertical component in the Subduction Experiment. Oceanus, 1996, v.39, N 1, p.26.
  9. Rossby H.T., E. R. Levine E.R., Connors D.N. 1985: The isopycnal swallow float - a simple device for tracking water parcels in the ocean. Progress in Oceanography, 1985, N 14, 511-525.
  10. Swallow, J. C., 1955: A neutral-buoyancy float for measuring deep currents. Deep-Sea Research, 1955, v.3, N 1, 93-104.
  11. Swallow J.C., McCartney B.S., Millard N.W. The Minimode float tracking system. Deep-Sea Research, 1974, v.21, 573-595.
  12. Wong A.P.S., Johnson G.C., Owens W.B. Delayed-mode calibration of profiling float salinity data by historical hydrographic data. Proc.5th Symp.Integrated Observing System. Boston, 2001, 4 pp.