Observations of water masses and circulation with focus on the Eurasian Basin of the Arctic Ocean from the 1990s to the late 2000s
B. Rudels et al.
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Depth range: All Depths | Approach: In situ Observations | Geographical range: Deep Seas: Arctic Ocean | Phenomena: Temperature, Salinity and Density FieldsTime and space variability of freshwater content, heat content and seasonal ice melt in the Arctic Ocean from 1991 to 2011Recirculation in the Fram Strait and transports of water in and north of the Fram Strait derived from CTD dataArctic Ocean circulation and variability – advection and external forcing encounter constraints and local processes
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