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TABLE I. Specific volume of sea water of salinity 35 ‰ and temperature O°C, and at stated pressure, α35,0,p exprwsed in cm2/g or m3/ton. (From Bjerknes and Sandstrilm, 1910.)
TABLE II. Geopotential distances from the sea surface to stated isobaric surfaces in sea water of salinity 35 ‰ and temperature O°C, D35,0,p, expressed in dynamic meters. (From Bjerknes and Sandström, 1910, expanded by ms. data.)
TABLE III. 105Δs as function of σ. (From Sverdrup, 1933.)
TABLE IVa. 105Δs,p as function of salinity and pressure. (From Sverdrup, 1933.)
TABLE IVb. 105Δs,p as function of salinity and pressure. (From Sverdrup, 1933.)
TABLE Va. 105Δϑ,p as function of temperature and pressure. (From Sverdrup, 1933.)
TABLE Vb. 105Δϑ,p as function of temperature and pressure. (From Sverdrup, 1933.)

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