Figure 35. Hamberg bottle for sampling intermediate waters devised by Doctor Alex Hamberg at the Institute of Meteorology of the Hogskola at Stockholm in 1898. It was taken on the ANTARCTIC by the Swedish scientist Alfred G. Nathorst and used about Spitzbergen and to the north of Norway. Left: descending. Right: ascending. It sampled both water and temperature.
Photo Category: Oceanography - Historical instruments
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