Benthic storms: temporal variability in a deep-ocean nepheloid layer.
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Time series measurements of light scattering were made for 2(1/2) months at 20 meters above the bottom in the western North Atlantic. The highest values recorded with the nephelometer exceeded all previous measurements worldwide. Rapid changes indicated a high degree of activity near the sea floor, and some increases may have been related to atmospheric storms.
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Gardner, W. D., & Sullivan, L. G.
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Gardner, WD||Sullivan, LG