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This report focuses on data collected from four current meter equipped pressure inverted echo sounders (CPIES), two with respectively two and one Popeye Data Shuttles (PDS) on them, and two dual-pressure CPIES each with a Paroscientific stable oceanographic sensor (SOS) and a 46K sensor that has a long track record of previous deployments with low-drift, deployed from June 2016 to June 2017 near Hydrostation S, 25 km southeast of Bermuda (Figure 1). The CPIES were moored at similar depths, ranging from approximately 3400 to 3600 m, at sites numbered clockwise around Hydrostation S as P1, P2, P3, and P4.
Kennelly, Maureen; Watts, D. Randolph; and Donohue, Kathleen A., "CPIES Data Collected Near Hydrostation S Southeast of Bermuda from June 2016 to June 2017" (2019). Physical Oceanography Technical Reports. Paper 36.