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    • A deep stepped thermohaline structure deep in the Mediterranean 

      Johannessen, Ola M.; Lee, Owen S. (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 1972/09)
      A deep stepped thermohaline structure has been observed in the Tyrrhenian Sea below the Levant ine water salinity maximum. The layers are remarkably homogeneous starting with a thickness of 10 m - 20 m at 600 m and thereafter ...
    • Directional measurements of low-frequency acoustic backscattering from the seafloor 

      Berkson, Jonathan M.; Akal, Tuncay; Kloosterman, Hendrik J.; Berrou, Jean-Louis (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 1986/06)
      Long-range, low-frequency directional measurements of acoustic backscattering from the seafloor were made in the Tyrrhenian Sea using explosi ve sound sources. The signals were received by a horizontal towed array of ...
    • The steady state of the step structure in the Tyrrhenian Sea 

      Molcard, Robert; Tait, Robert I. (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 1978/10)
      A deep step structure, in which mixed layers alternate with high gradient interfaces, is a characteristic feature of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Three oceanographic cruises (May 1972, May 1973 and October 1974), supported by the ...