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Michael P. Meredith, Philip L. Woodworth, Teresa K. Chereskin, David P. Marshall, Lesley C. Allison, Grant R. Bigg, Kathy Donohue, Karen J. Heywood, Chris W. Hughes, Angela Hibbert, Andrew McC. Hogg, Helen L. Johnson, Loïc Jullion, Brian A. King, Harry Leach, Yueng-Djern Lenn, Miguel A. Morales Maqueda, David R. Munday, Alberto C. Naveira Garabato, Christine Provost, Jean-Baptiste Sallée and Janet Sprintall SUSTAINED MONITORING OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN AT DRAKE PASSAGE: PAST ACHIEVEMENTS AND FUTURE PRIORITIES Reviews of Geophysics 49

Version of Record online: 2 DEC 2011 | DOI: 10.1029/2010RG000348

Key Points

  • The Southern Ocean exerts fundamental controls on planetary-scale systems
  • Drake Passage observations have led to many key advances in understanding this
  • Sustained monitoring is still needed but with improved focus and implementation

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