Abstract

A light-weight oceanic thermal gradient probe was used for heat flow studies in Bras d'Or Lake, Nova Scotia. The measurements were made in St. Andrew's Channel, an elongated trough 270 m deep and 540 m wide. The heat flux of 1.50 μcal/cm2 s (63 mW/m2) is corrected for sedimentation, conductivity contrast, topography, and surface temperature differences.

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