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Oceans MWP Tables

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Level 1 Studies
   Bermuda Rise, Northern Sargasso Sea
   Carolina Slope, Western North Atlantic Ocean
   Continental Margin Off Southern Mauritania
   Eastern Norwegian Sea
   Feni Drift, Rockall Trough, Northeast Atlantic Ocean
   Fram Strait, Atlantic Ocean
   Indo-Pacific Warm Pool
   Makassar Strait, Sulawesi Margin, Indo-Pacific Warm Pool
   Mixing Zone of the Kuroshio and Oyashio Currents, Off the Coast of Japan
   Northeastern Caribbean Sea, South of Puerto Rico
   Northern East China Sea
   Pigmy Basin Mg/Ca Proxy, Northern Gulf of Mexico
   Pigmy Basin TEX86 Proxy, Northern Gulf of Mexico

Level 2 Studies
   Carmen Basin, Gulf of California
   Guaymas Basin, Gulf of California
   Kattegat Region of North Sea
   Pescadero Basin, Gulf of California, Mexico
   Rockall Trough, Northeast Atlantic
   Southeastern Shelf of the Laptev Sea, Arctic Ocean
   Storegga Slide, Southwestern Norwegian Continental Margin
   Tropical Pacific Ocean
   Western Slope of the Northern Okinawa Trough, East China Sea

Level 3 Studies
   Alfonso Basin, Gulf of California, Mexico
   European Margin of the North Atlantic
   Fournier Swamp, New Caledonia
   Kaldbaksfjord, Faeroe Islands
   Kealia Pond, Maui, Hawaii, USA
   Lake Caveiro, Pico Island, Azores
   North End of Makassar Strait, Indo-Pacific Warm Pool
   Sea of Azov
   Skagerrak, Northeast North Sea
   Skalafjord, Faroe Islands
   South China Sea
   South End of Makassar Strait, Indo-Pacific Warm Pool
   Southern Okinawa Trough, East China Sea
   Southern Okinawa Trough, East China Sea (Salinity)