Consequences of artificial deepwater ventilation in the Bornholm Basin for oxygen conditions, cod reproduction and benthic biomass – a model study
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Approach: Numerical Models | Depth range: Shelf-sea depth | Geographical range: Baltic Sea | Phenomena: Current FieldSeasonal renewal time variability in the Curonian Lagoon caused by atmospheric and hydrographical forcing
Ocean Sci., 12, 391–402,2016
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