Predictions for oil slicks detected from satellite images using MyOcean forecasting data
G. Zodiatis et al.
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Depth range: Surface | Approach: Operational Oceanography | Geographical range: Mediterranean Sea | Phenomena: Current FieldSupport to oil spill emergencies in the Bonifacio Strait, western Mediterranean
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