What is swallow float?

Swallow float is a method of measuring internal waves in a body of water. It was named for Sir John Swallow. It's also called the "neutrally buoyant float."

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McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, p. 329 (551.46003 Mac).

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