The transient distributions of nuclear weapon-generated tritium and its decay product 3 He in the Mediterranean Sea, 1952–2011, and their oceanographic potential
W. Roether et al.
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Depth range: All Depths | Approach: In situ Observations | Geographical range: Mediterranean Sea | Phenomena: Chemical TracersVentilation of the Mediterranean Sea constrained by multiple transient tracer measurements
Ocean Sci., 10, 439–457,2014
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