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Application of approximate formulae to analyse the spectral distribution of the light attenuation coefficient
Kopec, J.; Pawlak, B.
Isotopic study (Sr-Nd) of the origin of Holocene fine-grained deposits on the Atlantic littoral, SW France
Parra, M.; Trouky, H.; Jouanneau J.-M.; Grousset, F.; Latouche, C.; Castaing, P.
Distribution and characterisation by fluorescence of the dissolved organic matter within the central Channel waters
Ismaili, M.M.; Belin, C.; Lamotte, M.; Texier, H.
Microphytobenthic biomass in the Bay of Brest and the western English Channel
Sagan, G.; Thouzeau, G.
Characteristics of epilithic and endolithic algal turf exposed to different levels of bioerosion in French Polynesian coral reefs
Le Bris, S.; Le Campion-Alsumard, T.; Romano, J.
Comments on ''the Kuroshio intermediate water is the major source of nutrients on the East China Sea continental shelf'' by Chen (1996)
Response to Liu's comments on ''The Kuroshio Intermediate Water is the major source of nutrients on the East China Sea continental shelf'' by Chen (1996)
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