Excerpt from Oceanographic Observations: North Pacific Ocean Station November, 30°00' N., 140°00' W., March, 1967-March, 1968
Salinity samples were drawn from each Nansen bottle and the salinity content of each sample determined aboard ship using inductivesalinometers. Duplic... ate water samples were drawn from the surface and 1500 meter Nan sen bottle at each station and delivered to the Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit for quality control when the vessels returned to port. These samples were run by a different operator and on a different instrument and it was found that, on the average, 89 percent of the samples differed from the ship's values by less than The samples were higher in salinity than the ship's values by an average of only 004 after about a month's period.
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