CTD profile and MMS data from P-MoVE cruise
|Author(s)||Cao Anzhou1, Liu Cong1, Chen Juan1, Li Peiliang1, Song Jinbao1|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Ocean college, Zhejiang University, China|
|Keyword(s)||Turbulence mixing rate, mesoscale eddy, MSS, CTD, Northwestern Pacific, P-MoVE|
Aimed at understanding the mesoscale eddy’s effect on the subduction and dissipation of the North Pacific Subtropical Mode Water, a field experiment namely the Pacific Mode Water Ventilation Experiment (P-MoVE) was carried out in the northwestern Pacific Ocean (Xie et al., 2013; Xu et al., 2016). During 27 March to 5 April 2014, we conducted 54 station surveys in an anticyclonic eddy (AE) and a nearby weak cyclonic eddy (CE) with a spacing of 0.25° (Figure 1). The conductivity-temperature-depth system (CTD 911plus, Sea-Bird Electronics) and microstructure probe (MSS-90, Sea & Sun Technology) were deployed to obtain temperature-salinity profiles and microscale velocity shear at these stations.
CTD 911plus, Sea-Bird Electronics
MSS-90, Sea & Sun Technology, 1024 frequency