Articles | Volume 6, issue 1
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17 Feb 2010
 | 17 Feb 2010

Characterization of mixing errors in a coupled physical biogeochemical model of the North Atlantic: implications for nonlinear estimation using Gaussian anamorphosis

D. Béal, P. Brasseur, J.-M. Brankart, Y. Ourmières, and J. Verron

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