Grampus-Bache Expedition

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The US Fish Commission conducted field work aboard the Grampus and Bache in the northwest Atlantic Ocean, between January and March of 1914. Participants include US Fish Commission staff member William W. Welsh. The expedition studied a variety of marine life including jellyfish, fish, and squid, and measured various types of data relating to water conditions.

Date Range

1914 - 1914


  • Zoology
  • Ichthology


Atlantic Ocean


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