Articles | Volume 7, issue 3
01 Jun 2011
 | 01 Jun 2011

The effects of biogeochemical processes on oceanic conductivity/salinity/density relationships and the characterization of real seawater

R. Pawlowicz, D. G. Wright, and F. J. Millero

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Numerical implementation and oceanographic application of the thermodynamic potentials of liquid water, water vapour, ice, seawater and humid air – Part 1: Background and equations
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