Wednesday, May 2, 2012


date: Fri, 13 Jul 2007 10:34:08 +0100
from: International CLIVAR Project Office <>

With apologies for any cross postings



The second volume of the WOCE Atlas Series (The Pacific Ocean
prepared by Lynne Talley at SIO) is about to be printed.

It contains 347 pages of:

-introductory material
- vertical sections of up to fifteen parameters along the WOCE
One-Time Hydrographic survey lines
- horizontal property maps on depth and density surfaces
- property-property plots

The atlas also includes a DVD containing all the printed plates plus
additional material. The contents can be seen online at

If you are interested in receiving a copy of this or of Volume 1 (the
Southern Ocean prepared by Alex Orsi of TAMU see please email Mrs Jean Haynes
( or fax +44 (0)23 8059 6204 .

Thanks to support from BP the printing costs for atlases have been
provided, but in most cases a contribution to the distribution costs
will need to be made. In order to minimize these costs a number of
regional distribution centres will be used.

We encourage bulk orders and ask for the number of copies required
and the mailing addresses. Please note that there are only a limited
number (800/volume) of the atlases available.

The list for the main mailing of the Pacific Atlas will compiled at
the end of July and so requests for copies should be made before

Regards ,

Mike Sparrow, Piers Chapman and John Gould (atlas editors)

International CLIVAR Project Office
Room 256/20 National Oceanography Centre
University of Southampton Waterfront Campus, SOUTHAMPTON SO14 3ZH, UK
tel: +44 (0)23 8059 6777 fax: +44 (0)23 8059 6204

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of the World Climate Research Programme

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