Articles | Volume 6, issue 3
23 Jul 2010
 | 23 Jul 2010

Short-term impacts of enhanced Greenland freshwater fluxes in an eddy-permitting ocean model

R. Marsh, D. Desbruyères, J. L. Bamber, B. A. de Cuevas, A. C. Coward, and Y. Aksenov

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