This work was supported by a Canadian NSERC CRD grant, a British Columbia Advanced Systems Institute Strategic Project grant, and by International Submarine Engineering Research Ltd. The authors would like to thank Harry Bohm for piloting the support vessel and working out logistics. We thank Dr. Greg Lawrence for providing us with the thermistor chains. We would like to express gratitude to Dr. Craig Stevens for his many helpful suggestions. We are grateful to the people at Sea-Bird Electronics Inc. for their advice and suggestions for this nonstandard application of their CTD.
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