Articles | Volume 5, issue 3
Ocean Sci., 5, 303–312, 2009

Special issue: Deep ocean exchange with the shelf

Ocean Sci., 5, 303–312, 2009

  03 Aug 2009

03 Aug 2009

The Kuroshio exchange with the South and East China Seas

T. Matsuno et al.

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