Articles | Volume 7, issue 1
Ocean Sci., 7, 63–73, 2011
Ocean Sci., 7, 63–73, 2011

  20 Jan 2011

20 Jan 2011

Salinity-induced mixed and barrier layers in the southwestern tropical Atlantic Ocean off the northeast of Brazil

M. Araujo et al.

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