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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 57, Number 1, April 2003

Long-term monitoring of the sedimentary processes in the central part of Sagami Bay, Japan: rationale, logistics and overview of results
pp. 3-16(14)
Authors: Kitazato, H.; Nakatsuka, T.; Shimanaga, M.; Kanda, J.; Soh, W.; Kato, Y.; Okada, Y.; Yamaoka, A.; Masuzawa, T.; Suzuki, K.; Shirayama, Y.

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Seasonal and annual variation in the primary production regime in the central part of Sagami Bay
pp. 17-29(13)
Authors: Kanda, J.; Fujiwara, S.; Kitazato, H.; Okada, Y.

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Particle dynamics in the deep water column of Sagami Bay, Japan. I: origins of apparent flux of sinking particles
pp. 31-45(15)
Authors: Nakatsuka, T.; Masuzawa, T.; Kanda, J.; Kitazato, H.; Shirayama, Y.; Shimanaga, M.; Yamaoka, A.

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Temporal variation in mass fluxes and the major components of sinking particles in Sagami Bay, off Japan
pp. 59-75(17)
Authors: Masuzawa, T.; Li, T.; Duan, Y.; Yamamoto, M.; Hibi, Y.; Nakatsuka, T.; Kitazato, H.; Kato, Y.

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210Pb and 137Cs in sediments from Sagami Bay, Japan: sedimentation rates and inventories
pp. 77-95(19)
Authors: Kato, Y.; Kitazato, H.; Shimanaga, M.; Nakatsuka, T.; Shirayama, Y.; Masuzawa, T.

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