. Fig. 1. The Atlantic sector of the Antarctic, showing stations at which N 100 B samples were taken. Stations included in intensive work around South Georgia and in the Bransfield Strait, and a line of close stations off Adelaide Island, are omitted. Surface currents are indicated by arrows. indebted to him and to Mr A. J. Clowes for much valuable information. There are four primary divisions of the oceans of the southern hemisphere: the Antarctic, sub- Antarctic, sub-Tropical and Tropical Zones. The Antarctic Zone is characterized by a cold, poorly saline surface layer of an average depth of

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. Fig. 1. The Atlantic sector of the Antarctic, showing stations at which N 100 B samples were taken. Stations included in intensive work around South Georgia and in the Bransfield Strait, and a line of close stations off Adelaide Island, are omitted. Surface currents are indicated by arrows. indebted to him and to Mr A. J. Clowes for much valuable information. There are four primary divisions of the oceans of the southern hemisphere: the Antarctic, sub- Antarctic, sub-Tropical and Tropical Zones. The Antarctic Zone is characterized by a cold, poorly saline surface layer of an average depth of
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. Fig. 1. The Atlantic sector of the Antarctic, showing stations at which N 100 B samples were taken. Stations included in intensive work around South Georgia and in the Bransfield Strait, and a line of close stations off Adelaide Island, are omitted. Surface currents are indicated by arrows. indebted to him and to Mr A. J. Clowes for much valuable information. There are four primary divisions of the oceans of the southern hemisphere: the Antarctic, sub- Antarctic, sub-Tropical and Tropical Zones. The Antarctic Zone is characterized by a cold, poorly saline surface layer of an average depth of about 200 m. This surface water flows away from the melting pack-ice to which its low temperature and low salinity

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