The first long-term (250 d) current measurements from the southern trough of the CharlieGibbs Fracture Zone indicate persistent westward flow along the north wall and a steady eastward drift along the lower south wall. Net volume transport varies from westerly to easterly with a 2-3 month periodicity, but no seasonal cycle is evident. Overall, the separate westward and eastward transports are in balance....
Dickson, Robert R., Paul A. Gurbutt, and Kenneth J. Medler. 1980. "Long-term water movements in the southern trough of the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone." Journal of Marine Research 38, (3). https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal_of_marine_research/1519